Tag Archives: obstruction of justice

Mueller’s Questions

So now the most ethical, professional, and honest lawyer in Washington DC has allowed another leak from his “team” of persecutors prosecutors.

[An update in the interest of fairness: A NY Times story reads, “The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, recently provided President Trump’s lawyers a list of questions he wants answered in an interview. The New York Times obtained the list …”. That story makes it seem as if the list came from Mueller. Now, however, erupts a dispute over where the NY Times got a list of the questions. Some stories say the list was or may have been compiled by Trump’s lawyers or even “the White House,” although it’s reported that the list did not come from Trump’s “legal team.”]

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Judge Told He’d Better Rule Correctly

Here’s a story that probably won’t receive much publicity in the mainstream media. It’s come to this now: A judge in St. Louis was “warned” by a group of clergy members that he’d better rule that white police officer Jason Stockley is guilty of murder, or else. Or else what? As yet another activist group, which included some of the same clergy members, threatened:

It’s going to look a lot like Ferguson. It’s going to be a hundred-plus days, three hundred-plus days of direct action.

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