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Mon Jan 10, 2022, 09:20 AM

The Committee is tracking the demon conduct, the DOJ the demon money?

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Two independent but related investigative tracks leading to a merging of indictments on a single bombshell Indictment Day, that’s ok. Shock and Awe.

Believe history will record what is happening now, both publicly known, and privately unknown, as the most complex criminal investigations in history. And the most rapid for the given complexity.

On the this mob prosecution ladder over 700 small fry criminally charged to date, over 100 convicted. From a single event, but with many tentacles in the planning and deliberation…the investigative manpower needed is mind boggling for just that, but more rungs, higher up. As AG Garland said.

The legal and investigative brainpower needed to now move up that ladder to the highest rungs…including the spousal rung of a senior scotus justice apparently… has to be exponentially higher.

Just my personal reading of the tea leaves to date.

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Response to Alexander Of Assyria (Original post)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 09:45 AM

1. "Do I look like a scumbag who would fund Repube attacks on America?" - Pooty

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Response to Achilleaze (Reply #1)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 09:49 AM

2. Alex, answer is What is an autocrat with even more blood on his hands in Kazakhstan?

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Response to Alexander Of Assyria (Original post)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 09:52 AM

3. What's so complex?

Investigative reporters have uncovered tons of evidence. The select committee with limited power and resources has uncovered tons of evidence. DOJ has a lot more clout and manpower.

Half of the people convicted do no jail time. People who were a part of obstructing the official proceedings of Congress are being charged with, entering or remaining in a restricted federal building, parading, demonstrating, picketing in the Capitol.

The people who have gone to jail are separated into their own area where they can shoot the breeze and plan the next event.

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Response to gab13by13 (Reply #3)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 10:01 AM

4. +1

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Response to gab13by13 (Reply #3)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 10:15 AM

7. Familiarity with how to handle mob like investigations and prosecutions is what professionals have.

Professionalism is what is happening. Trusting the trusted professionals is same as trusting the trusted scientists, in my book.

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Response to gab13by13 (Reply #3)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 10:40 AM

8. The complexity comes from the difference between investigative reporters and DOJ.

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Investigative reporters have no professional interest or responsibility in building the case to the level that woul allow the courts to authorize a grand jury, or presenting evidence that will yield indictments, or proving their case in court beyond reasonable doubt, or see through a conviction to fit the crime.

The threshold for investigative reporters is whether their evidence is "fit to print", as determined by their media outlets. Other than bruised egos and, in exceptional cases, losing their jobs, they suffer no consequences for being wrong.

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Response to Alexander Of Assyria (Original post)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 10:05 AM

5. That's a nice story but there's been absolutely no evidence that DOJ is building cases

Against the upper rung people, in fact Adam Schiff said that just last Friday.

The House Committee is doing its best with limited tools but DOJ has every tool needed to get to the bottom (or top in this case) but does nothing.

Garland's presser was just to take some heat off, and it worked .

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Response to dem4decades (Reply #5)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 10:12 AM

6. Frankly that something that not occurred to me, that Garland would hold a rare public speech

so could take heat off him for something he is not doing.

My perception is simply if he wasn’t investigating would have said so.

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Response to Alexander Of Assyria (Reply #6)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 11:33 AM

9. Standard DOJ protocol is to neither admit to nor deny ongoing investigations, unless of course

you're James Fucking Comey, then you announce an investigation against Clinton and say nothing about the investigation into Trump.

Do you really think this DOJ is any different, it's always protecting Pukes.

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Response to dem4decades (Reply #9)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 12:46 PM

10. DOJ under Biden's selection versus the guy the former guy selected?...yes, much different.

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Response to Alexander Of Assyria (Reply #10)

Mon Jan 10, 2022, 01:15 PM

11. Biden's selection has shown no interest in tipping over the apple cart.

There's starting to be a growing chorus of former DOJ officials that are saying there's no evidence of a DOJ investigation of those responsible for Jan 6.

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