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Lawsuit Against Clintons, Podesta and Soros
FINALLY!  The day some of us have been waiting for, and I promise you, this is just the beginning. All kinds of things will come out (called discovery) during this. If not this, then in the Hillary U1 investigation.   smallgreendancer

Obummer, get in line... you're next. tinysure

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Quote:Gary Byrne, an author and former Secret Service Agent, has filed a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) suit against Bill and Hillary Clinton, George Soros, John Podesta and David Brock, among others.

A summary of the RICO suit says in part: “For the past decade in which relevant predicate acts were corruptly carried out by the named defendants as “payback” for Plaintiff Gary Byrne’s role in the Clinton impeachment and his status as a “Clinton enemy” (for his temerity in telling the truth concerning obstruction of justice and gross abuse of power), along with their corrupt surrogates and collaborators (referenced individually and collectively as the “Enterprise”), David Brock and William and Hillary Clinton have been synonymous with criminal behavior, malicious baseless attacks (using mainly the illicit and vicious defamatory tactics against perceived political enemies (like Officer Gary Byrne, the Plaintiff here) of those willing to compensate participants like Brock) – and coordinating by mail and wire to violate myriad Federal and State laws in the exploitation of Enterprise nonprofit entities they use for purely partisan purposes.

This Enterprise has taken such attacks to an unprecedented and chilling new level – involving illegal domestic human and electronic surveillance, and tradecraft such as “lures” run at Byrne in order to obstruct the Hillary Clinton e-mail and Clinton Foundation Investigations by the agencies of the Obama government, all against private citizens in order to assist Hillary Clinton become the 45th President of the United States, destroy Gary Byrne, and enrich themselves. According to investigations of the United States Congress, and as anticipated to emerge from numerous ongoing government investigations, Hillary Clinton and certain other Enterprise named and unknown named, and high-level surrogates, colluded with Russian intelligence (SVR and FSB) and a disgraced (and according to a referral from the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, a putative criminal) former British intelligence officer (Christopher Steele) to accomplish their illicit and unconstitutional objectives. These Enterprise defendants, surrogates and participants have their opportunity to properly respond before a court they knowingly misled many times using the most powerful counterintelligence tools available. Let them do so now.” Read More
The suit essentially alleges that the the Clintons and their associates run an organized crime syndicate.
Read the actual document on the Source Article
I found the site with the Court Docket.
Here: Link to actual Court Docket

We all can only hope this case is followed through to the end.
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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Is trump and his pedophile friends next?
(06-22-2018, 03:10 AM)DuckforcoveR Wrote: Is trump and his pedophile friends next?

Well, it is a swamp. So I guess there'll be another massive cover-up or they'll all go to jail!

Quote:The one weird court case linking Trump, Clinton, and a billionaire pedophile.

A woman suing in connection with Jeffrey Epstein’s underage sex ring claims she was first approached
while working as a towel girl at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.

'NEW YORK—A woman who claims in a lawsuit that she was lured into a sex-trafficking ring run by billionaire
Jeffrey Epstein contends that the depravity began at a Florida resort now known as the winter White House:

Virginia Giuffre’s civil suit, scheduled to go to trial here later this month, threatens to expose new details of a
long-running saga tying together President Donald Trump, former President Bill Clinton, Labor Secretary
Alexander Acosta, and other prominent figures, including Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz.

Epstein, a well-connected Manhattan money manager and philanthropist, was once a regular at Mar-a-Lago
and an active supporter of the Clinton Foundation -repeatedly lending his 727 jet to Clinton for trips overseas.

Dershowitz defended Epstein amid an investigation into his involvement with underage girls more than a
decade ago, and it was Acosta -then the U.S. attorney overseeing south Florida -who allowed Epstein’s case
to be resolved in state court in 2008.

The scandal has spawned a series of drawn-out civil suits, including Giuffre’s.
Giuffre, formerly Roberts, claims she was 15 and working as a towel girl at Trump’s posh Palm Beach club
when she was recruited nearly two decades ago into sexual slavery by socialite Ghislaine Maxwell,
then Epstein’s girlfriend.

A lawyer for Trump says the president was unaware of any wrongdoing by Epstein.
The case is scheduled for a May 15 trial, but a final pretrial conference was abruptly canceled Thursday.
The development raised suspicions that some type of settlement could be in the works.

In recent months, the suit attracted the attention of pro-Trump blogger Mike Cernovich, who intervened in the
case in an unsuccessful push to release a large volume of blacked-out court filings.
“I want to know what’s really going on and we can’t get it,” Cernovich told POLITICO.
“This is a big story. My people care.”

Epstein pleaded guilty to two charges: solicitation of prostitution and soliciting a minor for prostitution.
He served 13 months in a county jail and paid financial settlements to many of the roughly 40 women the
FBI deemed to be his victims, including Giuffre.

Giuffre asserts in her complaint that Maxwell, the sole defendant in the suit and the daughter of late publishing
magnate Robert Maxwell, routinely recruited underaged girls for Epstein and was doing so when she approached
the $9-an-hour locker room attendant at Mar-a-Lago in 1999 about giving massages to the wealthy investment

Giuffre alleges that Maxwell ultimately trained her in how to give “massages” to Epstein that involved sex acts and,
essentially, prostitution. When Maxwell publicly denied the allegations and called Giuffre a liar in 2015, that gave her
the opening to head to federal court and file the defamation suit now headed for trial.

An attorney for Giuffre, Brad Edwards, indicated her lawyers plan to keep the focus on the central allegation in the case.
“We are trying to vindicate Virginia. What she said all along is she was recruited by Maxwell and abused by Epstein,”
Edwards said. “That’s what this trial is going to be about and that’s what is going to be proven beyond any doubt.
We’re looking forward to proving that.”

An attorney for Maxwell did not respond to requests for comment. In court papers, Maxwell has denied knowledge of or
involvement in any illegality. A lawyer for Epstein did not return messages seeking comment; he’s repeatedly invoked his
5th Amendment rights in depositions in the Giuffre suit and other cases.

Epstein, 64, was a regular for several years at Mar-a-Lago.
Testimony in a prior court case indicated that Trump flew at least once on one of the planes Epstein owned and Trump’s
phone numbers were in Epstein’s personal phone directory.

Trump has also indicated publicly he knew of Epstein’s interest in “younger” women, although he never suggested the
financier crossed any legal lines. “I’ve known Jeff for 15 years. Terrific guy,’’ Trump told New York Magazine back in 2002
“He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the
younger side. No doubt about it -Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

On Monday, lawyers for Maxwell informed the judge that they wanted to ask potential jurors about their knowledge of rape
and sexual harassment allegations leveled at Trump during the presidential contest.
Maxwell’s legal team wants to ask the jury pool if they know about suits filed -then dropped or dismissed -alleging that
Trump and Epstein raped a teen at Epstein’s Manhattan residence.

Trump denied the charges.
The suits were withdrawn amid media scrutiny, although one attorney for an unnamed accuser said she backed out due
to threats.

When the pretrial hearing was scuttled, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Sweet -a 94-year-old Carter appointee
-overseeing Maxwell’s suit -appeared to be on the verge of making a decision on what both sides would be allowed to
ask jurors about Trump, Clinton, Dershowitz and others.

Trump Organization attorney Alan Garten said Trump had no relationship with Epstein.
“As I have previously explained, he had no relationship with Mr. Epstein and had no knowledge whatsoever of his conduct,”
Garten said Tuesday. “This has all been reported countless times in the press.”

Maxwell’s lawyers appear likely to try to discredit Giuffre by painting her as a fabulist and serial liar -and have signaled they
may drag other prominent figures into the proceedings.

Over the years, Giuffre has claimed that while traveling with Epstein she saw Clinton on Epstein’s private island and once
ate with Vice President Al Gore and his then-wife Tipper. Maxwell’s attorneys have signaled plans to explore both claims
at the trial.

A Freedom of Information Act request for Secret Service records of visits Clinton may have made to Epstein’s Little
St. James Island produced no such evidence. However, Epstein’s own lawyers once sought to capitalize on his ties to
the former president, claiming during plea negotiations a decade ago that the financier “was part of the original group
that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative"

In addition, Clinton and Hollywood guests including Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker toured AIDS projects in Africa in 2002
aboard a 727 jet Epstein owned. A spokeswoman for Clinton did not respond to a request for comment.

Clinton’s ties to Epstein became an issue during the recent presidential race. Reince Priebus, then chairman of the Republican
National Committee, was among Republicans who demanded a full accounting of the former president’s dealings with Epstein.

“When you hang out with a guy who has a reputation like Jeffrey Epstein, multiple times, on private jets, on weekends, on trips,
on places at least where it’s been reported not very good things happen, it would be good to know what our former president
was doing, especially because it appears he’s going to be part of a campaign ticket on the other side of the aisle,” Priebus
told Bloomberg in 2015.

Priebus is now Trump’s White House chief of staff. Trump has never offered a similar chronicle of his contacts with Epstein.
The White House did not respond to a request for comment.

Trump’s ties to Epstein have triggered speculation that Cernovich might be gathering information on those who’ve leveled
sex-related accusations at Trump or trying to collect information damaging to Trump for his own purposes. The blogger
warned last month that he might release a “motherlode” of dirt on top White House officials if Trump adviser Steve Bannon
was fired.

Cernovich insists his interest in the Epstein saga has nothing to do with the president. “The only Trump hook, in theory is that
a lot of Trump supporters, including me, do believe there is some shady s -going on as far as child trafficking,” the blogger said.
He was among those who fanned conspiracy theories online about high-profile Democrats operating a child-sex ring out of a
Washington pizzeria, which resulted in an armed North Carolina man who claimed he was trying to investigate the claims firing
shots inside the restaurant.

Many of the court filings in the Giuffre case have been almost completely blacked out in public court files.
First Amendment advocates say the degree of secrecy is both uncommon and disturbing. “This is pretty unusual to see this
level of redaction,” said Katie Townsend of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.

On Wednesday, Judge Sweet turned down Cernovich’s motion to unseal the court records. “Because of the sensitive nature
of the materials designated as confidential, involving allegations of sexual abuse and trafficking of minors, and because we
are mere weeks from assembling a jury for trial , the importance of leaving these materials protected…outweighs any public
interest in their publication at this time,” the judge wrote.

Critics say the wholesale sealing goes far beyond what’s necessary to address that concern.
“When these things are eventually opened, I hope we see the nuclear launch codes in there because I’ve never seen anything
like this,” Cernovich attorney Marc Randazza said. A lawyer for the New York Post and Daily News tabloids also sent a letter to
the judge Thursday complaining about the secrecy.

Dershowitz, a former Epstein attorney, is among those who welcomed Cernovich’s efforts. POLITICO reported in 2014 that
Giuffre had filed court papers accusing several prominent Epstein acquaintances of taking part in her sexual abuse, including
Dershowitz and British royal Prince Andrew.

Dershowitz and the prince flatly denied the allegations. The Harvard professor and renowned attorney accused Epstein’s
lawyers-including a former federal judge -of unethical conduct, prompting them to sue Dershowitz for defamation.
The case was settled last year after Giuffre’s attorneys admitted it was a “mistake” to level the charge in a court filing, although
they said their client stood by the allegation.

Dershowitz said Tuesday he wants evidence in the Maxwell suit made public because it supports his claims that Giuffre made
up the story about him. “I would like [the] discovery unsealed. My deposition is already unsealed. I have nothing to hide.
The other side is trying to hide the truth,” he said in response to a query from POLITICO.

The same 2014 court filing also accused Maxwell of a being “a co-conspirator in Epstein’s sexual abuse” and of taking “numerous
sexually explicit pictures of underage girls involved in sexual activities, including” Giuffre.
That filing prompted Maxwell to issue a press statement dismissing Giuffre’s accusations as “obvious lies.”

While the accusations against Maxwell are key to the pending suit, it is framed as a defamation case, alleging that Maxwell’s
denials were false and that they wrongfully damaged Giuffre’s reputation...'

The main problem is that if a person does something for long enough, the action moves from being unusual,
negative or even unlawful, into a begrudging acceptance and then into the arena of the norm.
Washington DC has become just that.

If everyone's doing it and not being held accountable, then it's fine.
Today's political credo is: "I'm only do wrong if I get caught doing it"

Quote:FBI: Hundreds of Bureau Agents Took Bribes from CNN, NY Times, NBC News and More;
Wray Looks the Other Way to Protect Media Partners.

'Concert tickets. Expensive private dinners. NFL tickets. Parties on booze cruises. Discounts on travel.
FBI insiders said more than 60 agents in D.C. alone have been nailed for taking gifts from the news media.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz said earlier this week about 50 FBI agents took 300 free gifts from
news media.

However, Horowitz failed to stipulate that number is ONLY in Washington D.C. which covers one field office
and FBI headquarters. The Inspector General did not examine the FBI’s other field offices, officials said.
And the problem of taking free gifts for Intel is rampant, officials said.

New York. Los Angeles. New Haven. Philadelphia. The list goes on in the FBI’s 55 other field offices.
And so does the corruption. Outright bribery.

FBI sources who spoke to True Pundit divulged the names of three media outlets: NY Times, CNN and NBC
News as having surfaced in recent external investigations. But there are dozens more, large and small.

FBI Director Christopher Wray wants this the issue of bribery and the FBI to disappear from news headlines,
yet he has not launched an internal review nationwide to determine how rampant this problem is inside the
FBI, sources said.

Why no national review by the Inspector General’s office?
Wray doesn’t want to go there, officials said.
In fact, high-ranking FBI officials do not want the list of FBI agents and news media divulged publicly either.

Wray and Horowitz are protecting the agents who took bribes, as well as their media enablers.
Just business as usual in The Swamp.
If Wray cared, he would find thousands of bribes and favors changing hands inside the FBI across the country.

But that would likely include FBI brass who may make a nice dime on the side selling access to FBI Intel and
policy outright as well. Agents like Robert Hanssen. Or like a deputy director’s wife getting $1.25 million in
campaign contributions while her husband was investigating -and clearing -the source of the funds from a
criminal investigation. Rigging an investigation for cash.Is that considered a gift? Or is that a new category?

And Wray certainly recognizes that is a place he does not want to venture.
It is ugly and Wray -as he has done since taking office -wants to pretend it’s not an epidemic.

And what would Wray do if some of the involved media organizations turned around and said the payoffs for
Intel were a trade off for placing stories the FBI wanted in their publications and newscasts?...'
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