Based on Corrupt Judge Amy Berman Jackson’s Ruling in Bill 'Slick Willy' Clinton Case, FBI (Gestapo)
Broke the Law When It Stole President Trump’s Documents at Mar-a-Lago
Judge Jackson was not only wrong in her judgments, she was also overly abusive to Manafort. She scolded Manafort and his team for a statement his spokesman issued maintaining his innocence and said the comments appeared to run afoul of the order she issued limiting public statements about the case by lawyers involved and by the defendants. Of course she said nothing about the many leaks from the corrupt Mueller team.
In May 2018 Judge Jackson addressed another argument from the Manafort team and basically threw it out as well. (Back then it was more than clear that there’s no way Manafort was getting a fair trial with Judge Jackson overseeing his case.)
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Berman handled a similar case against Bill 'Slick Willy' Clinton as the one lodged against President Trump. Clinton had 79 audio tapes made during his presidency, but Berman ruled that he did not have to give them up. Some of those tapes included phone calls with foreign leaders. It would seem that using Berman’s ruling, in that case, should be also used with Trump. But….. Again later in 2018, corrupt Judge Jackson – …denied a request by President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort to suppress evidence seized by the FBI (Gestapo) from his home as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing probe into whether Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign colluded with Russia. Manafort’s lawyers had sought to limit the scope of evidence that prosecutors can rely on for his upcoming September trial in Washington, D.C., claiming that the search warrant was overly broad and unconstitutional. “Given the nature of the investigation, the warrant was not too broad in scope,” wrote Judge Amy Berman Jackson for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in her ruling. The post Based on Corrupt Judge Amy Berman Jackson’s Ruling in Bill 'Slick Willy' Clinton Case, FBI (Gestapo) Broke the Law When It Stole President Trump’s Documents at Mar-a-Lago appeared first on DJHJ Media.
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