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With due respect to Source CNN, in other reports:

 

Judge in hush money case hits Trump with partial gag order
The ruling bars the former president from talking about witnesses and court staffers in the case, which is set to go to trial April 15.

 

March 27, 2024, 2:09 AM +07 / Updated March 27, 2024, 4:52 AM +07

The judge presiding over the New York criminal case against Donald Trump on Tuesday slapped the former president with a partial gag order.

 

 

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/judge-hush-money-case-hits-trump-partial-gag-order-rcna145170

 

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3 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:


There is in this particular case no reason for your ill informed nonsense.

 

Nobody expects you to know much about anything in the U.S. but it’s not unreasonable to expect you to read an article and at least try to understand what it’s telling you before commenting :

 


 

 

It's already been pointed out in the thread that it is only a partial silencing.

 

There was no need for me to repeat it. Just as there is no need for you to expose your ever worsening TDS. 

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1 minute ago, Chomper Higgot said:

You soon change led your tune, or are we now pretending you didn’t post this:

 

 

 

I haven't changed my tune.

 

Partial silencing is still silencing. It's already been noted several times on the thread. Your pedantry and trolling is boring in the extreme. 😄

 

If I say you can talk about these 3 issues but not these 5 others issues, do you have freedom of speech because you can still talk about 3 out of 8? Can you claim to have not been silenced? Of course not. 

 

Trump has been silenced. That doesn't mean he can't talk about anything at all. 😄

 

But you already knew that...

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2 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

 

I don't think you understand the jury system. No-one knows who voted for what, outside of the jury room. Not even the judge.

If he is convicted everyone knows how each juror voted.

That's the threat.

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10 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Revoking bail would be a more appropriate response.

Calm down old chap, you appear over-excited by this topic. I would only add, as a Brit, that I would try to avoid the US justice system like I would try to avoid the plague. Coincidentally I would also add that, in spite of all the efforts to gag Trump, my bookmaker is offering odds on for a Trump win on November 5. 

 

Cheerio.

 

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3 minutes ago, stevenl said:
6 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

 

I don't think you understand the jury system. No-one knows who voted for what, outside of the jury room. Not even the judge.

If he is convicted everyone knows how each juror voted.

That's the threat.

 

Are you saying that in the USA the name of each juror and how they voted is made public, so that they can be tracked down and 'dealt with' by aggrieved parties? Really?

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On 3/27/2024 at 5:30 AM, Tug said:

Good hold that fraud to the standard that any American citizen is held to if you or I ran our mouth like trump does the very least the law would do is lock us up,most likely a good (as$) beating to go along with it.enough from this charlatan let’s stop wasting energy on this specimen and turn our attention to matters of importance lock that fraud up!!!

So when he is locked up you will shut up about him? Amazing! 

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This is a pretty weak case, a rube-goldberg-ish legal foundation. It's been called a "Zombie" case, a misdemeanor at best.

 

I can't see him being convicted, there will be a hung jury and the DA will have no appetite to try it again.

 

 

An older article...

 

The indictment that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is currently seeking against former President Donald Trump—over his payment to silence a porn star about their sexual affair—is based on a crime that was so flimsy it was never viewed as a standalone criminal case, according to three attorneys who have worked on that investigation.

 

Bragg, who inherited the investigation from his predecessor, Cy Vance Jr., shut down the wider operation soon after entering the office—and only recently revived this narrow portion as a single case.

 

https://www.thedailybeast.com/manhattan-district-attorney-insiders-worry-the-trump-stormy-daniels-alvin-bragg-hush-money-case-is-weak-sauce

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, bamnutsak said:

This is a pretty weak case, a rube-goldberg-ish legal foundation. It's been called a "Zombie" case, a misdemeanor at best.

 

I can't see him being convicted, there will be a hung jury and the DA will have no appetite to try it again.

 

 

An older article...

 

The indictment that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is currently seeking against former President Donald Trump—over his payment to silence a porn star about their sexual affair—is based on a crime that was so flimsy it was never viewed as a standalone criminal case, according to three attorneys who have worked on that investigation.

 

Bragg, who inherited the investigation from his predecessor, Cy Vance Jr., shut down the wider operation soon after entering the office—and only recently revived this narrow portion as a single case.

 

https://www.thedailybeast.com/manhattan-district-attorney-insiders-worry-the-trump-stormy-daniels-alvin-bragg-hush-money-case-is-weak-sauce

 

 

 

 

 

 

How can the fact that Cohen was jailed for participating in it be considered?

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