Category Archives: Justice

Attorney Michael Sussmann’s criminal trial begins related to the 2016 presidential campaign

By Robert Willmann Testimony began in the criminal trial of attorney Michael Sussmann on one charge of making a false statement, in a case brought by special counsel John Durham, who is authorized to “investigate whether any federal official, employee, … Continue reading

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Careful thought is needed about an alleged leak of a Supreme Court opinion on abortion (update)

By Robert Willmann At 8:32 p.m. on Monday, 2 May 2022, the Politico Internet website published a story that the U.S. Supreme Court voted to overturn the prior opinions and decisions that made abortion a federal constitutional right, and included … Continue reading

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“In outcome of Whitmer case, some see freedom, others danger” – TTG

Outside the Michigan courthouse where a jury did not convict any of the four men charged with planning to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a defense lawyer said jurors saw the alleged plot as what it was: Dirty FBI tactics and … Continue reading

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The fix is in at the Senate to push Katanji Brown Jackson into the Supreme Court

By Robert Willmann The countdown clock on the Senate vote to have “cloture” on the nomination of Katanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court has reached zero. A vote on cloture is a vote to end debate on a proposed … Continue reading

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Material about child pornography to use to oppose the confirmation of Katanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court

By Robert Willmann Supreme Court Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. took the oath of office in December 1902 and retired in January 1932. He became known for writings on the philosophical foundation of certain legal doctrines and governmental law. From … Continue reading

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Refugees

As Pliny put it: “Graves offensae, levis gratia.” So let me begin, with song! Because, why not. Ain’t no real big secret all the same.…Ain’t no real big secret all the same…. Somewhere, somehow somebody, must have kicked you around … Continue reading

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Move over Durham! Trump has sued over the Russia hoax.

“Donald Trump on Thursday sued his rival in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Hillary Clinton, and several other Democrats, alleging that they tried to rig that election by tying his campaign to Russia. The lawsuit covers a long list of … Continue reading

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” … Judge rejects Sussmann request to ‘strike’ special counsel’s ‘factual background’”

“The federal judge presiding over the case of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann rejected his motion to “strike” the “factual background” section of Special Counsel John Durham’s February filing Thursday. Sussmann’s legal team last month filed a motion demanding … Continue reading

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How does this not lead to prison for Hilly, and friends?

“Russiagate, the collective delusion that Donald Trump was secretly a Russian agent aided and abetted by the Kremlin, the topic of uncountable inches of Washington Post and New York Times copy and the entire primetime lineup of MSNBC, was a dirty trick by … Continue reading

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There will be more Durham indictments …

“Durham’s filing on Feb. 11, in a section titled “Factual Background,” reveals that Sussman “had assembled and conveyed the allegations to the FBI on behalf of at least two specific clients, including a technology executive (Tech Executive 1) at a … Continue reading

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