Trump files demand to review his documents seized in Cohen raid

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  1. Trotsky

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    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/poli...s-seized-in-raids-on-michael-cohen/ar-AAvVsuf


    My favorite part is the "aggressive, intrusive, and unorthodox manner" that is "disquieting to lawyers, clients, citizens, and commentators alike."

    These fucking guys. Strangely, since the agency did everything pretty clearly by the book, I haven't seen any lawyers groups or citizens rights groups express that outrage. I must not be paying attention to the real newz.
     
  2. MC OverPressure

    MC OverPressure I teabagged your drum set

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    Rationalize, project, minimize --the three things guilty parties tend to do.

    Muddy the waters. Make the conduct of the press the issue. Deflect from legitimate questions about your own conduct and make the conduct of everyone else more important than your own. Attack the law and those who enforce it.
     
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  3. Neph

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    I would too
     
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  4. KaNesDeath

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    Hey, Trump comes across as a scumbag and conman. He does have the right to due process though.
     
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    for someone that has repeatedly stated that there was no collusion or illegal activity, he sure seems worried about what they might find
     
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    I agree

    Due process does not include trying to interrupt and preempt a criminal investigation.

    He'll get his chance: if they file charges.
     
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    M3t4tr0n Globalist Deep State Soros Bot

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    Probably just wants to jerk to the pee tape one last time.
     
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    Is it commonplace in the USA to let the "suspect" decide which documents fall under the attorney-client privilege?
     
  9. kahiljabroni

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    Considering how many scumbag leakers there are, I’d be very concerned if years of my privileged info fell into their hands
     
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    I don't think Kellyanne Conway is going to be allowed to look into the files.
     
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    Ok thanks
     
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    Who says he ain't getting due process? The TV had attorneys cite an exception to attorney client privilege for crimes and something else I forgot. A legit non-Chump appointed judge ain't gonna sign off on searching attorney's office for nothing.
     
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    no, that has never happened before.
     
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    Was a semi-rhetorical question.
     
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    Yeah riiight. We'll let you decide what is privileged and what is okay for the FBI to read. That's not how the law works Trumpie. I bet there is a tweet somewhere where Trump criticized Clinton's self-selecting emails - and she has a team of state department lawyers separating official vs private emails. And that was how that process is done and always has been.
     
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    this is the same guy that wanted a judge removed because he was of mexican descent and he was "building a wall."
     
  17. rearnakedchoke

    rearnakedchoke Suck it!

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    Just fire Mueller already.
     
  18. MC OverPressure

    MC OverPressure I teabagged your drum set

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    No one disputes that. He'll get more than you or I.
     
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  19. MC OverPressure

    MC OverPressure I teabagged your drum set

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    I'm guessing the "leakers" are in some part Trump himself or one of his stooges
     
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    “I like taking the files early, like in this crazy man’s case that just took place in Washington DC... to go to court would have taken a long time,”

    “Take the files first, go through due process second,”
     

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