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Zany_Steverino

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I know everyone in the country is waiting for the verdict regarding the "Kenosha Kid"

But ... did you know Ghislaine Maxwell is also going through a trial? Hmmmm...not much news about it. Wonder why?


Epstein didn't kill himself. Software doesn't re-write itself ...
 

389 Hood

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I know everyone in the country is waiting for the verdict regarding the "Kenosha Kid"

But ... did you know Ghislaine Maxwell is also going through a trial? Hmmmm...not much news about it. Wonder why?


Epstein didn't kill himself. Software doesn't re-write itself ...
I can't wait to see the names that come out in this trial. She will soon be dead. She's mixed up with the Clintons.
 

gearjammer

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It is going to be very interesting to say the least, the names of the rich and famous associated with Epstein is a long one with Clinton being at the top, and we already know he had a problem keeping his pecker in his pants!

If a lot of rumors are true about this case the fallout will be felt world wide, that could bring down a lot of politicians including an ex president and a prince among a lot of others.

The term trial of the century could very well be true!
 

Duck

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It is going to be very interesting to say the least, the names of the rich and famous associated with Epstein is a long one with Clinton being at the top, and we already know he had a problem keeping his pecker in his pants!

If a lot of rumors are true about this case the fallout will be felt world wide, that could bring down a lot of politicians including an ex president and a prince among a lot of others.

The term trial of the century could very well be true!
Powerful people never go down.

Fake news will fake the news, and the FBI or Clinton hit men will frame, extort or simply kill the witnesses.
 

Mike

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And then there was this guy who seemed to be forgotten about.


Despite their displeasure, the Schellers are satisfied with the result from the trial: a light sentence from Hines that docked one month’s pay, coupled with a stern admonishment of the prosecution.

The forfeiture of the pay was the only aspect the judge had power over, due to a pretrial agreement.

Prosecutors had requested that Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller forfeit $5,000 of pay a month for six months, in addition to a letter of reprimand.

He also wrote a letter of resignation under the agreement and will receive an honorable discharge or general under honorable conditions as part of the agreement, so long as Navy Secretary Carlos del Toro signs off on the character of the discharge, prosecutors said.

“The judge’s decision was very fair — he definitely considered all of the facts,” Tim Parlatore, Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller’s attorney, told Marine Corps Times after the trial. “I think that this is a good adjustment [to the prosecution’s recommended sentence], and so we’re very pleased with the result here.”

With Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller’s Marine Corps career all but over, his parents hope their son will be expeditiously discharged.

“This is as good a man as you want in the Marine Corps,” Cathy Scheller said. “That’s what is so heartbreaking.”
 

Duck

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