Ask any prosecutor what the crime is

Re: So what if he did? -- savvvvvywhat
Posted by RichAndPretty , Sun, Dec 17, 2017, 11:27:50 Post ReplyTop of ThreadReviews by RichAndPrettyFirst Amendment Message BoardMain site

The mere me*ting, regardless what is discussed, could easily be obstruction of justice. At the very least, it is unethical.

The top prosecutor in a case (Lynch) does not have personal me*tings with the husband of someone under investigation, especially just before she is scheduled to testify. It compromises their objectivity no matter what is discussed.


PS: Every attorney, everyone in law enforcement, Lynch, and Bill, all KNOW this. It is Ethics101. To pretend otherwise reeks of corruption.... BEEP BEEP.

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