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  • Rockriver
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    Originally posted by Retired96 View Post
    ...if the FBI felt a SWAT team was needed they obviously weren't concerned of any dangers considering CNN was across the street...
    Hey, you gotta be careful around these bad hombres!

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  • CCCSD
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    The Nazis did the same thing...

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  • reils49
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    I don’t like this one bit.
    the current, unreal world -- where politics deeply infuse law enforcement -- prosecutors use brute force to send a message of terror to innocent defendants. Like all defendants at the time of arrest, Roger Stone is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

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  • RGDS
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    I know that. But like I said, Roger Stone doesn’t inspire the image of a traitor...unless it’s crimes against fashion. I just can’t take him serious. He comes off as a fool. Now, homie who was the Director of the DIA... working with Russia. That looks more it. Michael Flynn is d*mn lucky he isn’t facing treason charges.

  • scotty_appleton814
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    A person does not need to be in the government to commit treason. Just found this quick definition, "Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States."

  • CCCSD
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    Originally posted by retired137 View Post
    Roger got what he deserved, they should have ambushed the house. Anyone that has contact with Assange/Russia is capable of anything; up to treason. This POS needs to put under the jail. I like the comments about "what about this and what about that". The question is did he do it or not.
    Advocating the MURDER of someone, without question one of your stupider posts...and that's not saying much...

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  • Exbpa340
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    I am in one of the most political law enforcement positions in the US government and I have been in complete shock of what the FBI has done over the last 3 years. If you are blinded to how partisan the FBI has become then I don’t know what to tell you.

    Stone may or may not be guilty but in similar cases where these are white collar crimes, a man without a valid passport, no criminal history, very little money (he’s broke) and very recognizable the FBI would allow the individual to turn himself in. That’s not what happened. Instead they decided to alert CNN (friendly media) and send 29 Agents (17 vehicles). Seems like a circus to me.

    Did the FBI charge Hilary with obstruction or lying? Nope.. in fact they were writing the exoneration letter months before she was interviewed. Did they charge Abiden or Mills, they lied numerous times to the FBI. Nope, they were actually given immunity and Mills was allowed to act as Clinton’s legal council during Clinton’s interview with the FBI.

    How about Comey and Mcabe for perjury and leaking classified documents? Nothing yet.

    Why weren’t the same kind of pressure cutthroat techniques used on the Dems?

    Seems pretty partisan to me.

  • ForzaMilan
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    Stones is still innocent until a jury of his peers finds him guilty. Let the system we took an oath to uphold take its course.

    As for this, it was a search warrant. Banging on the door...I didn't see any weapons drawn. No raid jackets. No tactical stick going in (you can see they are all trying to catch up to each other in the beginning of the clip) As far as I am concerned, it is just another scumbag, I mean defendant, going the courthouse in the morning and out on bail at the end of the day.

    Aren't we all supposed to be on the law enforcement side? Don't let political partisanship get in the way of how we do/ view our jobs.

  • Levithane
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    If he has violated the law throw the book at him. Am I the only one who laughed at the story CNN gave about how they caught an FBI raid at 6 AM? "Instinct led us to get footage of Roger Stone arrest".

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  • RGDS
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    According to more recent news reports Assange is a very mentally disturbed individual. This possibly explains his lack of personal hygene and general anarchist view of things.

    This isn’t rhetorical, but can Roger Stone actually commit treason? Like for real? Don’t you need to be in government to do that? Some political hack in hand made shoes just doesn’t strike me as the type to ever be close enough to a thing of value for a treasonous act. Like, sure he could have worked with the Russians but that’s like that spy ring a couple of years ago that was here for a decade and never got beyond a Wikipedia page’s worth inner working knowledge. It’d be funny if weren’t so tragic.
    Last edited by RGDS; 01-28-2019, 10:39 PM. Reason: Wardrobe malfunctions...

  • retired137
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    Roger got what he deserved, they should have ambushed the house. Anyone that has contact with Assange/Russia is capable of anything; up to treason. This POS needs to put under the jail. I like the comments about "what about this and what about that". The question is did he do it or not.

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  • Langford PR
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    IMHO I also believe that if the FBI/DOJ had handled the Clinton investigation properly and prosecuted the pantsuit **** ......… the left in this country might never have gotten Trump as potus in the first place. A heck of a lot of people voted for Trump in the general election just because of who he had as an opponent, me included.

  • Langford PR
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    Originally posted by Exbpa340 View Post

    Just another reason (added to a long list) that makes the FBI look like the enforcement arm of the Democratic Party. It seems that lying to the FBI (and obstruction) is only a crime if you are a Republican. Democrats seem to get a free pass.

    +1

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  • RGDS
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    If that’s all they had, those two chest beating comments... it looks bad for the FBI.


    But i wasnt there and I have not be part of the investigation.

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  • CCCSD
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    CNN should NOT have been there. If Stone was SO deadly to LE, why were they invited? Pure Kabuki Theatre.

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