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  1. https://hillreporter.com/michael-avenatti-letter-lapd-domestic-assault-evidence-14987 " At one point during the evening, Mr. Avenatti reportedly commented that Ms. Miniutti had been acting differently since taking medication, and Ms. Miniutti told the security guard, “It’s Accutane, I’ve been taking it for acne for the last three days.” The report notes that Miniutti had been taking an acne medication called Myorisan, which is a generic of Accutane, and that this medication can cause erratic behavior, especially when combined with other drugs or alcohol. The letter explains that the security guard on the scene did, in fact, see a red marking on the leg of Ms. Miniutti, but the letter claims that Avenatti was not responsible, rather blaming it on the medication that Ms. Miniutti had begun taking. In addition to these explanations, the letter goes into details about an Instagram post that Ms. Miniutti made on the night of the alleged incident, with a friend who had picked her up that evening: “Reinforcing the conclusion that Ms. Miniutti was not a victim of domestic violence is her conduct soon after the parties’ argument. Less than 24 hours later, she and a friend, Jasmine Kate McCallum, made and posted on social media a video of the two in which Ms. Miniutti appears joyful, playful and in perfect condition. She appears flaw less but for possible swelling on her lips from her recent cosmetic surgery.” Hill Reporter has not been witness to the video evidence which Avenatti and his attorneys claims to exist, nor can we back up the claims being made in the letter or the exhibits which the letter mentions at this time."
  2. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;
  3. He has submitted the answers. We will see.
  4. Trump ran on "lock her up". Who is ginning up hatred? The press who report his disrespect for due process? YOU are the enemy of the Constitution.
  5. Something Trump wouldn't care about. I'll be happy when he resigns.
  6. The Justice Department and the FBI do operate under the president’s authority, as set forth in Article II of the Constitution. Most experts, however, agreed that there are some limits on the president’s powers. "It is not the case that the president has the authority to supervise the discretionary acts of all executive branch officials," said Kermit Roosevelt, a law professor at the University of Pennsylvania. "His duty is to take care that the laws are faithfully executed, not to execute them himself." He cited an 1838 Supreme Court case in which the justices ruled that Congress can impose duties on officials and "in such cases, the duty and responsibility grow out of and are subject to the control of the law, and not to the direction of the President." This traditional distancing has been seen as especially important for the Justice Department, since it wields significant power in deciding who to investigate and prosecute. Douglas Kmiec, who held senior positions in the Justice Department under presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, called Dershowitz’s comment "an overstatement of the proposition that law enforcement is an executive function. Of course it is, and in that sense it is under the general supervision of the president. But basic principles of due process necessarily preclude a president from interceding into the enforcement of the law against individual defendants." https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2017/dec/05/closer-look-alan-dershowitzs-comments-trump-and-pr/
  7. slideman

    4 States/gop Gerrymandering

    Typical Max logic. Stand on your head and presto! the sun is coming up. 1
  8. slideman

    Porn for our Wasted White RACISTS

    Death to ignorant peckerwoods!
  9. Dead Texans won’t be voting in 2016 presidential election, officials say Read more here: https://www.star-telegram.com/news/politics-government/election/article112667238.html#storylink=cpy https://www.star-telegram.com/news/politics-government/election/article112667238.html