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Rioter Confesses To Electroshocking Cop

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Rioter Confesses To Electroshocking Cop

Rioter Confesses To Electroshocking Cop

Trump fanatic Danny Rodriguez confessed to the FBI that he used a stun gun on a police officer during the Jan.

6 Capitol riot.

Trump fanatic Danny Rodriguez confessed to the FBI that he used a stun gun on a police officer during the Jan.

6 Capitol riot.




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House Passes Electoral Reform Bill in Response to January 6 [Video]

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House Passes Electoral Reform Bill , in Response to January 6. On September 21, the U.S. House of Representatives passed an electoral reform bill aimed at preventing presidents from overturning election results. 'The Washington Post' reports that the bill passed by a 229 to 203 vote. Nine Republicans broke with GOP ranks to join Democrats in supporting the measure. Representatives Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Zoe Lofgren of California wrote the Presidential Election Reform Act. Representatives Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Zoe Lofgren of California wrote the Presidential Election Reform Act. The bill explicitly cites the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack as the catalyst for amending the Electoral Count Act of 1887. According to the authors of the bill, the legislation is meant , “to prevent other future unlawful efforts to overturn presidential elections and to ensure future peaceful transfers of presidential power.”. Legal challenges are not improper, but Donald Trump’s refusal to abide by the rulings of the courts certainly was, Liz Cheney, Wyoming House Representative, via 'The Washington Post'. Legal challenges are not improper, but Donald Trump’s refusal to abide by the rulings of the courts certainly was, Liz Cheney, Wyoming House Representative, via 'The Washington Post'. In our system of government, elections in the states determine who is the president. Our bill does not change that. But this bill will prevent Congress from illegally choosing the president itself, Liz Cheney, Wyoming House Representative, via 'The Washington Post'. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the measure, “a historic and bipartisan legislative action to safeguard the integrity of future presidential elections.” . President Joe Biden has also endorsed the bill, calling it the next step in , “critically needed reform of the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act.”

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Special Master Dearie Asks Trump To Prove FBI ‘Planted’ Evidence [Video]

Special Master Dearie Asks Trump To Prove FBI ‘Planted’ Evidence

Special Master Dearie Asks Trump , To Prove FBI ‘Planted’ Evidence. CNBC reports that special master Judge Raymond Dearie has given Donald Trump until Sept. 30 , to back up his claims that the FBI planted evidence while raiding his Mar-a-Lago home on Aug. 8. Trump and his attorneys have accused the agency of doing so on multiple occasions without providing any proof. . Why wouldn’t the FBI allow the inspection of areas at Mar-a-Lago with our lawyer’s, or others, present. Made them wait outside in the heat, wouldn’t let them get even close - said “ABSOLUTELY NOT.” Planting information anyone?, Donald Trump, via Truth Social. In a filing on Sept. 22, Judge Dearie ordered the government to return all non-classified items to Trump's legal team by Sept. 26. Trump's legal team must then submit a "declaration or affidavit" of any items that the "plaintiff asserts were not seized from the premises," meaning they were planted. Trump's lawyers are also being asked to identify items that were seized by the FBI that aren't included in the inventory. This submission shall be Plaintiff’s final opportunity to raise any factual dispute as to the completeness and accuracy of the Detailed Property Inventory, Special Master Judge Raymond Dearie, via order. Both sides are to appear for a status conference on Oct. 6

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Donald Trump Put Up Or Shut Up On Claim FBI Planted Evidence

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US Appeals Court Says DOJ Can Resume Use of Classified Records in Trump Criminal Probe [Video]

US Appeals Court Says DOJ Can Resume Use of Classified Records in Trump Criminal Probe

US Appeals Court Says , DOJ Can Resume Use of Classified Records , in Trump Criminal Probe. Reuters reports that on Sept. 21, a federal appellate court ruled that the U.S. Department of Justice can continue to examine classified records that the FBI took from Trump's Mar-a-Lago home pending appeal. Reuters reports that on Sept. 21, a federal appellate court ruled that the U.S. Department of Justice can continue to examine classified records that the FBI took from Trump's Mar-a-Lago home pending appeal. The move block's U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon's stay that barred prosecutors from using the documents until they were reviewed by a special master. . The move block's U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon's stay that barred prosecutors from using the documents until they were reviewed by a special master. . The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta also agreed to reverse part of the lower court's order that forced the government to provide records marked classified for review by the special master. . We conclude that the United States would suffer irreparable harm from the district court’s restrictions on its access to this narrow—and potentially critical—set of materials, as well as the court’s requirement that the United States submit the classified records to the special master for review, 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, via ruling. Reuters reports that there's a possibility that Trump's attorneys could ask the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene. . In an interview with Fox News on Sept. 21, Trump reiterated that he declassified the documents in question. The Justice Department did not appeal the part of Judge Cannon's order that asks the special master to review the records for anything potentially covered by executive privilege. . It's possible that prosecutors could seek to appeal other areas of the special master appointment. . We decide only the traditional equitable considerations, including whether the United States has shown a substantial likelihood of prevailing on the merits, the harm each party might suffer from a stay, and where the public interest lies, 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, via ruling. We decide only the traditional equitable considerations, including whether the United States has shown a substantial likelihood of prevailing on the merits, the harm each party might suffer from a stay, and where the public interest lies, 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, via ruling

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Trump's Lawyers Acknowledge Potential Indictment by DOJ [Video]

Trump's Lawyers Acknowledge Potential Indictment by DOJ

Trump's Lawyers , Acknowledge Potential , Indictment by DOJ. 'Newsweek' reports that former President Donald Trump's legal team seems to be preparing for a potential indictment by the Department of Justice. 'Newsweek' reports that former President Donald Trump's legal team seems to be preparing for a potential indictment by the Department of Justice. The news comes as the latest development in a DOJ probe into classified documents allegedly stored at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence. The news comes as the latest development in a DOJ probe into classified documents allegedly stored at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence. On August 8, FBI agents seized 20 boxes of classified documents from Trump's Florida home. . On August 8, FBI agents seized 20 boxes of classified documents from Trump's Florida home. . On September 19, Trump's lawyers wrote to oppose a request from Judge Raymond Dearie, the special master overseeing the DOJ's review of the seized documents. 'Newsweek' reports that Trump's legal team was opposing the "declassification" of the Mar-a-Lago documents. 'Newsweek' reports that Trump's legal team was opposing the "declassification" of the Mar-a-Lago documents. Trump's lawyers argued that disclosing their draft plan would force them to disclose their potential defense against any indictments issued at a later time. The Special Master process will have forced the Plaintiff to fully and specifically disclose a defense to the merits of any subsequent indictment without such a requirement being evident in the District Court's order, Trump legal team letter, via 'Newsweek'. The Special Master process will have forced the Plaintiff to fully and specifically disclose a defense to the merits of any subsequent indictment without such a requirement being evident in the District Court's order, Trump legal team letter, via 'Newsweek'. 'Newsweek' reports that legal experts have highlighted the statement by Trump's attorneys. Hang in there friends... indictments are coming. Because #JusticeMatters, Glenn Kirschner, Former federal Prosecutor, via Twitter. Trump has maintained his innocence, claiming that all of the documents stored in Mar-a-Lago had been previously declassified.

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Special Master Appointed To Review Documents Seized at Mar-a-Lago [Video]

Special Master Appointed To Review Documents Seized at Mar-a-Lago

Special Master Appointed To Review , Documents Seized at Mar-a-Lago. NBC News reports that on Sept. 15, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon appointed Raymond J. Dearie to review the documents that the FBI took from Donald Trump's home in Florida on Aug. 8. Dearie is a senior U.S. district judge in New York. The former federal judge, who was nominated by President Reagan, was one of two special master candidates recommended by Trump's attorneys. . The former federal judge, who was nominated by President Reagan, was one of two special master candidates recommended by Trump's attorneys. . Dearie's appointment also blocks the Justice Department from continuing to use close to 100 classified documents in its criminal investigation. . Dearie's appointment also blocks the Justice Department from continuing to use close to 100 classified documents in its criminal investigation. . The Court does not find it appropriate to accept the Government’s conclusions on these important and disputed issues without further review by a neutral third party in an expedited and orderly fashion, Judge Aileen Cannon, via ruling. Cannon clarified that her order doesn't stop the government from reviewing the materials for intelligence or national security purposes. It only blocks the government "from further use of the content of the seized materials for criminal investigative purposes" until Dearie reaches a conclusion. It only blocks the government "from further use of the content of the seized materials for criminal investigative purposes" until Dearie reaches a conclusion. NBC News reports that the Justice Department is likely to challenge the decision. Dearie has until Nov. 30 to conclude his review.

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Donald Trump Says He Can Declassify Documents Just By Thinking About It

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