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Lil' Pauli seems to be Somewhat Outta Luck as they say. This, and the fact he'll serve time for crimes being prosecuted by the State of New York crimes that Der Trumper CANNOT pardon, may be weighing heavily on him these days. If he doesn't flip soon, Mueller will not need his help to indict Trump, and then he's got nothing to bargain with.

 

I would not be surprised if Pauli uses Der Trumpers rash of kidnapping innocent children and insuring their parents will NEVER be able to ransom their return as a "justification" for flipping on the Twit-in-Chief and telling all he knows about Der Trumpers criminal activity and indebtedness to the Russian Mob.

 

VOTE OUT THE NRAGOP IN NOVEMBER

REMOVE DER TRUMPER IN JANUARY

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Trump Lovers used to defend the FBI and the rule of law. But whenever their idol and hero in the White House is involved, they always side with the pathological liar over the FBI. Thankfully Judges are guided by the rule of law.

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Yep - all properly done, constitutionally valid...

 

 

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Looks like criminals do get justice after all. 

 

U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson sided with special counsel Robert Mueller and against a motion from Manafort lawyers who argued that materials the FBI seized last May from a self-storage owned by Manafort’s firm were taken in violation of Manafort’s constitutional rights.

 

The FBI initially entered Manafort’s storage unit in Alexandria, Virginia, with consent from one of his employees but without a warrant. An agent the same day then described what he saw in his application to a magistrate judge for a warrant, noting there were “approximately 21 bankers’ boxes that could contain documents, as well as a five-drawer metal filing cabinet” that might be relevant to the investigation.

 

 

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/06/21/paul-manafort-search-evidence-trial-662748

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