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June 13, 2024 08:05 AM UTC

Thursday Open Thread

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  • by: Colorado Pols

“Hope will never be silent.”

–Harvey Milk

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    1. Wow Dave Barnes ! I mean like Gettysburg wow. Jon Caldara making actual sense ! Good article. 

      Dave Williams is the Ted Cruz of Colorado. He's a complete weasel, everybody hates him, but somehow he stays in elective office.

  1. I'm not an attorney, but this little item in the New York Times just blows my mind.  Apparently, Judge Cannon in the classified documents case has proven herself such a soft-headed patsy, willing to entertain the most outrageously absurd legal motions, Trump's attorneys are hopeful this latest one might result in dropping the case.

    The motion, filed on Monday night, makes a weighty accusation.

    It claims that prosecutors working for the special counsel, Jack Smith, who brought the indictment, failed to properly preserve the evidence at the heart of the case: the 45 boxes of documents the F.B.I. seized two years ago during a search of Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s private club and residence in Florida.

    Trump’s lawyers also made a big request of Judge Aileen Cannon, who is handling the case. They asked her to dismiss the charges altogether or, barring that, to do something that would have the same effect: toss out the evidence found during the Mar-a-Lago search, including the trove of 32 classified documents that Trump has been charged with removing from the White House.

    Apparently they're counting on the fact that Trump is such a messy hoarder, the precise order of the junk comingled among the highly classified documents is significant.  Trump can't get a fair trial since the FBI likely didn't replace the crap along with the documents back into the respective boxes in the same order they were found in.  Hey, you try sorting a junk drawer sometime!

    Their claim is not that evidence was damaged or went missing from the boxes seized at Mar-a-Lago; it’s not even that evidence was moved from box to box.

    The claim is that the order of individual items inside each of the boxes has shifted slightly over time.

     

      1. Spaghetti, meet wall. His poor lawyers, they’re doing the best they can with what they’ve got; and they probably won’t even get paid.

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