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6 days ago  
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6 days ago  
Oh hey, another Republican crook so dirty that even his lawyers will need lawyers.
Yes, I know. I'm sorry, "Republican crook" is redundant.
 
6 days ago  
So what are they going to do to him about it?
 
6 days ago  

Benevolent Misanthrope: So what are they going to do to him about it?


I think we both know the answer to that question.

Nothing.
 
6 days ago  
BUT HIS EMAILS!

SUBPOENA THE LAPTOP!
 
6 days ago  

Benevolent Misanthrope: So what are they going to do to him about it?


Him? It's another brick in the wall.

His lawyers? Fitting them for orange jumpsuits, too. Helping your client commit a crime is a crime.
 
6 days ago  
And he admitted that in phone calls he knew were monitored?

God, but the Redcaps are dumb.
 
6 days ago  

Tr0mBoNe: His lawyers? Fitting them for orange jumpsuits, too. Helping your client commit a crime is a crime.


Not only that, but essentially that makes the lawyers co-conspirators and is a route to pierce attorney-client privilege.

/Paging ADA Jack McCoy. Paging ADA McCoy. Mr. McCoy, please explain the crime-fraud exception.
 
6 days ago  

imashark: Tr0mBoNe: His lawyers? Fitting them for orange jumpsuits, too. Helping your client commit a crime is a crime.

Not only that, but essentially that makes the lawyers co-conspirators and is a route to pierce attorney-client privilege.

/Paging ADA Jack McCoy. Paging ADA McCoy. Mr. McCoy, please explain the crime-fraud exception.


You misunderstand my question.  Not "what could they do", nor "what crime does this constitute", but "What will they do?".  To which ecmorandomnumbershas responded correctly.

Nothing.  They will do nothing.
 
6 days ago  

bloobeary: Oh hey, another Republican crook so dirty that even his lawyers will need lawyers.
Yes, I know. I'm sorry, "Republican crook" is redundant.


Maybe instead of putting two ankle monitors on him, one should go on his lawyer.
 
6 days ago  
Manafort is a sociopath, and a dumb one.

Saying every Republican is a crooked as Manafort is like saying every Democrat is a sex addict/predator like Bill Clinton.
 
6 days ago  

Benevolent Misanthrope: So what are they going to do to him about it?


They're moving him to a different jail.

A federal judge in Alexandria has ordered Paul Manafort to be moved to the city jail, although Manafort has asked to stay in a Northern Neck facility where prosecutors say he is receiving special treatment.

Judge T.S. Ellis wrote in a filing published Wednesday that Manafort's "access to counsel and his ability to prepare for trial trumps his personal comfort."

[...]

He noted that the Alexandria jail has housed many high-profile detainees, "including foreign and domestic terrorists, spies and traitors."

Alexandria Sheriff Dana Lawhorne said he was "aware that he's been remanded to our custody and when he arrives he'll go through the proper classification process. We'll house him properly in order to meet everyone's needs."
 
6 days ago  
LOCK HIM UP!

Wait, what?
 
6 days ago  

Benevolent Misanthrope: So what are they going to do to him about it?


I recommend sending him to GITMO.
 
6 days ago  
The best people!
 
6 days ago  
Is "manafort" a verb yet?
 
Juc
6 days ago  
Man, they're going to have to put him in solitary confinement within a faraday cage at this rate.
He can't seem to help himself.
 
6 days ago  
Is this an actual crime? It's shady for sure but was he prohibited from communicating from the outside world?
 
6 days ago  
See, when you spend your entire existence making legal exceptions for the privileged elite, they gain this feeling of invincibility, and use it to further their criminal endeavors.
 
6 days ago  
Well, he's a rich white guy. He's gotten used to not having any accountability.

It's why so many other white guys voted for the dementia patient in the White House. They don't like being responsible for shiat. Even the shiat they actually did. They want other people to be punished, not them. Duh. It's why they cheer like a bunch of farking morons when the dementia patient in the White House does or says something stupid. White guys really miss having everyone else treat them like the smartest people on earth just because they're white and a have a dick. They really want that feeling back.
 
6 days ago  

Benevolent Misanthrope: imashark: Tr0mBoNe: His lawyers? Fitting them for orange jumpsuits, too. Helping your client commit a crime is a crime.

Not only that, but essentially that makes the lawyers co-conspirators and is a route to pierce attorney-client privilege.

/Paging ADA Jack McCoy. Paging ADA McCoy. Mr. McCoy, please explain the crime-fraud exception.

You misunderstand my question.  Not "what could they do", nor "what crime does this constitute", but "What will they do?".  To which ecmorandomnumbershas responded correctly.

Nothing.  They will do nothing.


Judges and the Bar do not take attorney misconduct lightly.  If this is true, they're in big trouble.
 
6 days ago  

lordjupiter: Is "manafort" a verb yet?


I can get behind this idea.

"He would've been granted parole, but he manafortted himself into five more years in jail."
 
6 days ago  
- He doesn't realize his e-mails are still being monitored despite being in prison; they didn't say "welp, no way he can e-mail now. Let's stop checking it."

- He doesn't realize that you don't say anything on the prison phone you don't want prosecutors to know.

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6 days ago  
simplest solution- no lappy during visits. His lawyers assistant can take notes^.


"Notes" , kids, are old skool handwritten emails that rarely suffer packet loss and are not subject to anything except fire or spilled drinks, possibly the occasional animal that eats paper
 
6 days ago  

bloobeary: Oh hey, another Republican crook so dirty that even his lawyers will need lawyers.
Yes, I know. I'm sorry, "Republican crook" is redundant.


Is this what they mean by "hard-on crime"?
 
6 days ago  
Using a laptop for emails? I'd be mad fapping to emojis in jail.

(  .  ) (  :  )
 
6 days ago  
He needs to have his laptop confinscated. Pen and paper from here on out.
 
6 days ago  
The man is going to insist on being a special case right up until they strap him down to the execution gurney.
 
6 days ago  

Grungehamster: - He doesn't realize his e-mails are still being monitored despite being in prison; they didn't say "welp, no way he can e-mail now. Let's stop checking it."

- He doesn't realize that you don't say anything on the prison phone you don't want prosecutors to know.


Please keep in mind that his password was Bond007. He's a giant man-child idiot.
 
6 days ago  

wax_on: Is this an actual crime? It's shady for sure but was he prohibited from communicating from the outside world?


I don't know about the US, but in many jurisdictions communications are severely restricted pre-trial (in theory) to avoid things like witness intimidation and collaboration between defendants in the same case.

Even after being sentenced, incoming and outgoing mail is read, calls are monitored, and smuggling out mail (which is in effect what Manafort was doing) is an indictable offence irrespective of who does it.
 
6 days ago  

alienated: simplest solution- no lappy during visits. His lawyers assistant can take notes^.


"Notes" , kids, are old skool handwritten emails that rarely suffer packet loss and are not subject to anything except fire or spilled drinks, possibly the occasional animal that eats paper


Which then raises the question - why can't he just dictate emails to be sent from his personal account by his attorneys?
 
6 days ago  
It's like one of those old Warner Bros cartoons where if a baby is unattended to for more than a second, the baby will be holding knives and flamethrowers while operating a bulldozer.

Wasn't the main reason the judge ruled that he was going to jail was because he couldn't stop getting in contact with witnesses despite being told to stop and this wasn't farking middle school? Can't wait to hear what the judge says about this.
 
6 days ago  

bronyaur1: Manafort is a sociopath, and a dumb one.

Saying every Republican is a crooked as Manafort is like saying every Democrat is a sex addict/predator like Bill Clinton.


Are you trying to imply they are dumber-Er-est than this? I guess the American way is to be best at what you do, applies to stupid all the same. You can always reach new level of idiocy I guess, is that still considered a win?
 
6 days ago  
Anything the republicans accuse someone else of doing, they are doing themselves.
Anything they claim they are, turns out to be the exact opposite.

This all started with Nixon claiming he was not a crook. Every republican heard that, and immediately decided to become a crook.
 
6 days ago  
Forget a trial. Let's just execute him. Do ya think he should be executed? I bet we can execute him now.
 
6 days ago  

imashark: Tr0mBoNe: His lawyers? Fitting them for orange jumpsuits, too. Helping your client commit a crime is a crime.

Not only that, but essentially that makes the lawyers co-conspirators and is a route to pierce attorney-client privilege.

/Paging ADA Jack McCoy. Paging ADA McCoy. Mr. McCoy, please explain the crime-fraud exception.


Hopefully also opens the contents of the emails to discovery.
 
6 days ago  

Benevolent Misanthrope: alienated: simplest solution- no lappy during visits. His lawyers assistant can take notes^.


"Notes" , kids, are old skool handwritten emails that rarely suffer packet loss and are not subject to anything except fire or spilled drinks, possibly the occasional animal that eats paper

Which then raises the question - why can't he just dictate emails to be sent from his personal account by his attorneys?


Because that triggers the crime-fraud exception for attorney-client privilege?
 
6 days ago  

Benevolent Misanthrope: alienated: simplest solution- no lappy during visits. His lawyers assistant can take notes^.


"Notes" , kids, are old skool handwritten emails that rarely suffer packet loss and are not subject to anything except fire or spilled drinks, possibly the occasional animal that eats paper

Which then raises the question - why can't he just dictate emails to be sent from his personal account by his attorneys?


He could, but in my jurisdiction this would be an offence too, and one for which the attorney could be indicted.

If that e-mail contained a coded instruction to kill someone, and they were killed, the person who sent the e-mail would be indicted as a co-conspirator to the crime.

/never pass on messages to third parties from people inside jail unless you want to run the risk of going there yourself
 
6 days ago  
This is not how an innocent man acts.

The is not how an innocent man acts, who once worked for free for another man who is equally as innocent and acts as such.
 
6 days ago  

bronyaur1: Manafort is a sociopath, and a dumb one.

Saying every Republican is a crooked as Manafort is like saying every Democrat is a sex addict/predator like Bill Clinton.


Except we have plenty of examples besides Manafort, whereas outside of Clinton, we don't have as many.

The GOP bench for crookedness is deep.
 
6 days ago  
make him wear a straight jacket and a hannibal lector mask.
 
6 days ago  

wax_on: Is this an actual crime? It's shady for sure but was he prohibited from communicating from the outside world?


It's literally right there in the tweet. He's in solitary and the jail and judge both ordered him not to tamper with witnesses. Emailing those people is literally why he's in jail right now. The judge was very clear on this, on 3 separate occasions. I'm not him, and I know his rules better than he does.
 
6 days ago  

Eutychus: wax_on: Is this an actual crime? It's shady for sure but was he prohibited from communicating from the outside world?

I don't know about the US, but in many jurisdictions communications are severely restricted pre-trial (in theory) to avoid things like witness intimidation and collaboration between defendants in the same case.

Even after being sentenced, incoming and outgoing mail is read, calls are monitored, and smuggling out mail (which is in effect what Manafort was doing) is an indictable offence irrespective of who does it.


Yes.  Manafort is currently in jail rather than on double ankle bracelets because he defied the judge and attempted to tamper with witnesses.  That was why he was locked up.  The fact that he keeps doing it and his lawyers are in on it...  It just...
 
6 days ago  

bronyaur1: Manafort is a sociopath, and a dumb one.

Saying every Republican is a crooked as Manafort is like saying every Democrat is a sex addict/predator like Bill Clinton.


The GOP seems to have more sex addicts and predators than the Democrats.  Especially ones who like other boys.

And ones who think it is ok for the team wrestling doctor to cup your balls for 20 minutes, for "science".

The seven GOP members who went to Russia, who are now saying that since sanctions do not work on Russia, we should not sanction them.  Are all crooked for being complicity in Trump's dog and pony show saying Russia is our friend.

And anyone who continues to ignore Trump and the GOP being complicit in all of this, is crooked.

So yeah, most Republicans.

Don't you have a Larry Craig Wide Stance meeting to attend?
 
6 days ago  
I'm not sure what the judge can do at this point--he's already lost his bail.  Maybe a fine?  Will this count against him at sentencing?
 
6 days ago  
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6 days ago  

SirBarsalot: imashark: Tr0mBoNe: His lawyers? Fitting them for orange jumpsuits, too. Helping your client commit a crime is a crime.

Not only that, but essentially that makes the lawyers co-conspirators and is a route to pierce attorney-client privilege.

/Paging ADA Jack McCoy. Paging ADA McCoy. Mr. McCoy, please explain the crime-fraud exception.

Hopefully also opens the contents of the emails to discovery.


Oh, I think his attorneys can say bye-bye to work-product privilege also.
 
6 days ago  
Chop off his hands. Tear out his tongue.

Then if he sends any more emails, we may have to get unpleasant.
 
6 days ago  
Jokes on him. Now that the net is no longer neutral, Mueller can just buy those emails from AT&T.
 
6 days ago  
When he finally gets sentenced, can they just tie him to a pole and shoot him?
 
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