Category Archives: Justice

The UN International Court of Justice will issue its order January 26 on South Africa’s complaint against Israel about genocide in Gaza, Palestine

By Robert Willmann The International Court of Justice (ICJ), part of the United Nations organization, is going to make public a decision and opinion on Friday, 26 January 2024, at 1:00 p.m. Netherlands time (6:00 a.m. central time). The case … Continue reading

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Capitol Police arrest Gaza ceasefire protesters who entered House office building

Protesters calling for a ceasefire in Gaza shut down parts of Independence Avenue and demonstrated for several hours in the Cannon House Office Building rotunda Wednesday. More than 300 people were arrested, a Capitol Police spokesperson said around 6:30 p.m., … Continue reading

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Massive fraud or the American way?

WASHINGTON (AP) — A judge’s ruling that Donald Trump committed fraud as he built his real-estate empire tarnishes the former president’s image as a business titan and could strip him of his authority to make major decisions about the future … Continue reading

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“The shit’s on, good buddy!”*

The DOJ just unsealed the indictment. There are 38 counts, mostly willful retention of NDI with many of the documents described. His lawyers just resigned. I’m sure Willmann will have more to say in the coming days. TTG *My … Continue reading

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Trump’s lawyers met with the Department of Justice, but the political prosecution of him will continue

By Robert Willmann On Monday, 5 June 2023, lawyers for former president and current candidate Donald Trump went to the main building of the Department of Justice in Washington DC to meet with the special counsel John L. “Jack” Smith … Continue reading

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Trump’s White House lawyer predicts ex-president will end up in jail.

Donald Trump’s former attorney has boldly predicted that the former president is going to jail as the criminal investigation into the trove of classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago continues to heat up. Ty Cobb, who worked as a White House … Continue reading

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“Stand back and stand by”

With Thursday’s criminal convictions of five Proud Boys, including leader Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, a third jury has stamped history’s judgment on January 6 as an organized, violent uprising meant to overturn the 2020 election. In courtrooms, it’s now established beyond … Continue reading

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The court system is being pulled off a cliff. An example is the state criminal charge against former president and current candidate Donald Trump.

By Robert Willmann In what are usually called totalitarian governments or dictatorships, an order is given to the police or the internal security organization — the country’s “Interior Ministry” or “Department of Homeland Security” — to go arrest and detain … Continue reading

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The Ohio train derailment with toxic chemicals is a serious situation with little reporting

By Robert Willmann After a train derailed at East Palestine, Ohio on 3 February 2023, and toxic chemicals were released and burned, there was little reporting on what was and is a dangerous situation. Finally, after 11 days of virtual … Continue reading

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A retired FBI agent is charged with crimes along with a former Soviet diplomat, and separately after getting mixed up with men from Albania and Bosnia

By Robert Willmann Before retiring from the FBI in September 2018, Charles McGonigal was the Special Agent in Charge of the Counterintelligence Division of the New York Field Office, after being appointed by former Director James Comey on 4 October … Continue reading

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