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Response to Takket (Original post)

Thu Jan 14, 2021, 09:34 AM

12. Defense lawyers fight it all the time but rarely win

The few times that I have seen it 'work' on the news reports was when an execution state like Texas wanted to extradite someone from a state with no death penalty. Then the original state might try to hold onto the person or try to work out a plea agreement with no death penalty if the original prosecutor was so inclined.

Best case scenario is someone is picked up about 1 block away from the white house or at the airport before boarding a plane.

Rumor has it that there are more than a dozen sealed NY indictments waiting for him. I hope Mueller's crew were able to seal some as well before Bill Barr killed the investigation (there could be at least one with several counts from the Cohen documents with Individual A).

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