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January 15, 2020

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Captain Hate

Here comes the 💥

http://acecomments.mu.nu/?post=385307

Another Bob

“Warren wears the same black outfit”

Does she wash *that*?

Melinda

One works, so the other doesn't have to....

Tom R

Why are you throwing out chaff (with apologies to the Captain) instead of just answering TK's three simple yes or no questions?

What exactly do you regard is chaff on my part?

I can answer those three questions but it would be pure speculation. Let's go with all three of them unaware that Flynn was running a sting operation at the time Flynn formulated and launched the sting.

I will say that for the sake of Flynn's reputation everyone here who is a Flynn supporter better hope and pray my speculation that he was running a sting operation against the Deep State turns out to be correct. The alternatives don't bode well for Flynn.

Dave (in MA)
John “Dino” Dennis@DinoDennis6 ·
When you watch a humbled, embarrassed, contrite and
anguished John Henry here, just remember he was the guy
DEMANDING to see & publish naked pictures of Robert Kraft.
Karma be a bitch, John H.

He also had to shell out a rumored £1M in fines because his other sportsball franchise was caught electronically hacking into the scouting system of a rival sleepy-time kickball club.

Theo

Was an agreement to back off on his son made part of the formal plea agreement? If so, did the prosecution honor that agreement? If they did, he has no basis to void the plea agreement.

If iit was not part of the formal plea agreement, is Flynn an idiot? Why would he plead guilty — especially to something that he did not do — in order to protect his son when he got ZERO protection for his son in the process? Nothing could stop the prosecution from going after his son anyway if it was not in the formal plea deal.

Sorry folks, the business about protecting his son doesn’t make a lot of sense. If Powell does not take it on in her filings — and I gather she does not — it’s just a red herring.

KevlarKid

Roberts' FISA Baggage Bad News for Trump Trial?

The Unseen Impeachment Missile

Threadkiller

Let's go with all three of them unaware that Flynn was running a sting operation at the time Flynn formulated and launched the sting.

That was easy!

What part of that undermines your theory though? I’m still confused on that accusation you brought up.

Now to clarify, I asked if they know about the sting and you answered that they were unaware at the time the sting was formulated. Really not a direct answer, IMO, but I can be wrong.

At what point did they become players in the sting?

Threadkiller

I can answer those three questions but it would be pure speculation.

Sorry to ask another question, but isn’t your sting theory pure speculation?

I thought we were reasoning through a hypothetical and not worrying about the speculation part.

Tom R

Melinda @ 2:02

Since Jane won't answer, do you have a citation for backing up that point?

I know it was a frequent talking point by Hannity and all the pro-Trump pundits who appeared on his show. What I have never seen is documented proof that it actually happened.

The accusation that Mueller/Weismann threatened to indict Flynn Jr if Flynn Sr didn't plead guilty just doesn't pass the smell test for me. If the accusation of coercion were true, that would have been perfect justification for Flynn Sr to withdraw the guilty plea as soon as the Mueller SC team gave control of the case back to the DOJ. He didn't.

Threadkiller

From CH’s Ace link:

Federal Judge Orders Rare "Snap" Hearing, Demanding That the Department of Justice Explain Why It Is Keeping Documents About Imran Awan Secret

Is Trump president or not?

Some of this shit, he needs to straighten out personally.

I know the Deep State subverts him. But ultimately, the president has all the power of the Deep State and then some. He can just step into any office and declare that he'll be making all the decisions for the next several hours.

And it's about time he started to do so.

#LedgeWorthy

Tom R

Theo @ 2:20

You and I think a lot alike because you are asking the same exact questions about the Flynn case that I have been asking for the past 2 years.

Old Lurker

TK "Some of this shit, he needs to straighten out personally."

What makes you assume he wants something different to occur?

JM Hanes

Theo:

"But my sense is that she dances around the question of how this would cause him to plead guilty to something he did not do"

Well, as I mentioned above, it's quite possible that Flynn was hoping to get the charges thrown out without having to expose the details of his plea agreement (especially if they impact his son). That said, however, people plead guilty to crimes they didn't commit, or putative "lesser crimes" all the time, for a whole cornucopia of reasons. That is part of why I believe that plea bargains are inherently corrupt, but that's another discussion. Process crimes, IMO are particularly suspect. Yes, lying to the FBI is a crime, but when the FBI designs its interviews to elicit a lie for prosecution, then it qualifies as a process crime. I think the FBI's refusal to record interrogations is designed to protect such practices.

In general being charged with a process crime means that you are not, in fact, the ultimate target of the probe, whom they hope you will inform on, or that they want to make an example of you, as they did with Martha Stewart. In any case, if prosecutors did not live up to their part of the bargain, then I don't think it's entirely beyond reason that a defendant should be able to change his plea. I don't know how deeply his lawyer needs to go into the details to make that petition. He would surely be asked about it in a trial, I should think.

Is it up to the judge to allow or deny the change of plea? I don't know the answer as I've actually pretty much stopped following the case.

Threadkiller

What makes you assume he wants something different to occur?

I actually think he wants different things to occur on more things than he can actually tackle. In the mean time he negotiates with the swamp. When the Lock Her Up crowd starts to fatigue, he will drop a dime on someone. Or, if one of The First Rugrats puts their tit in a wringer again he will trade for their safety.

jimmyk

Theo, it took me about 5 seconds to find a bunch of stories about how Flynn's plea may have been a result of the threat against his son. Here's one from 2017:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jacobfrenkel/2017/11/27/will-michael-flynn-plead-guilty-and-cooperate-to-protect-his-son/#15c09afd14fe

It gives a whole history of other cases, including Enron and Milken, where prosecutors engaged in this kind of behavior. In serious cases it may be fine, but here the crime was so minor that this technique of extracting a plea suggests a larger agenda (i.e. revenge against Flynn for going against Obama).

Here's another one from CNN of all places:

https://www.cnn.com/2017/11/08/politics/michael-flynn-son-special-counsel-russia-investigation/index.html

Tom R

Sorry to ask another question, but isn’t your sting theory pure speculation?

Of course it is speculation which I have stated multiple times in the past. As I have pointed out numerous times (and reinforced recently by Jack Straw and now Theo) the other possible alternatives to this being a sting operations are:

1) Flynn is an idiot.
2) Flynn is guilty as charged of something serious enough to warrant a prison sentence.
3) Flynn is innocent but AG Barr and the DOJ is corrupt.

There may be more possible alternatives to explain what is going on those are just the first three that came to mind.

Old Lurker

TK "When the Lock Her Up crowd starts to fatigue, he will drop a dime on someone. Or, if one of The First Rugrats puts their tit in a wringer again he will trade for their safety."

Since the first is happening with some, I cannot rule out #2 for his kids or himself.

Threadkiller


Of course it is speculation which I have stated multiple times in the past.

Oh. Thank you for the clarification on that. It seemed odd that you didn’t want to answer my first questions because of “speculation.” But I am glad you are on board with it!

So, what is your speculation on when Covington, Powell and Sullivan found out that Flynn was running a sting?

Threadkiller

Forward progress with Judical Watch is my bellwether that Trump is finally giving a bone to the encore waiting concert goers, OL.

Old Lurker

Hope so, TK. But you know "encore" implies there was already a show, right? Didn't Madonna get sued recently for keeping her ticket holders standing for hours and hours before going on stage?

:-)

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Theo,
I believe the concern about Flynn's former attorneys was they had a conflict of interest.
Flynn was threatened with a FARA violation that his attorneys had assisted him on. Because the DOJ alleged a form the lawyers had prepared and Flynn signed was a crime his attorneys were themselves potentially criminally liable. Regardless they proceeded to advise him to take a deal in which the FARA violation disappeared if he copped to a plea they had no exposure on. That does seem to be just a bit of a conflict.

As you indicate Powells' problem is most of her complaints about prosecutors relate to the FARA violation which Judge Sullivan has understandably asked what that has to do with the charges Flynn did plead to?

Tom R

TK @ 2:43

1) Not enough evidence to form a conclusion
2) When he hired her
3) When Flynn's sentencing memo indicated Flynn believed himself to be innocent of the charges but for some unknown reason continued to refuse to withdraw his guilty plea despite given multiple opportunities. Based on the news articles published at the time the judge sounded like he was annoyed/pissed off with what was going on.

Melinda

Like when Sullivan begged him earlier to withdraw his plea and he refused?

Why he said no then was his reason, before Miss Sidney. I don’t know and he’s never said. No one has. So you’ll have to wait like everyone else.

He also didn’t say over dinner with Gretchen Smith.

Quite obviously he doesn’t live for the press, but the founders of CrowdStrike and Area 1 Security do. I’d be wondering why now, not why then, other than to play catch your tail again.

Threadkiller

Thanks Tom. Do you think Powell and the judge have coordinated?

Threadkiller

Hope so, TK. But you know "encore" implies there was already a show, right?

Just his smashing of the media is enough show for me to be satisfied that he has slowed our inevitable decent.

If he can secure 2020, I have faith that more will be done. I still don’t think the right people will go to jail.

Melinda

Done. Bye.

henry

here we go. Bail revoked.

EminentHat @Popehat
now

So: Judge Selna in CDCA has detained Avenatti and ordered him shipped to SDNY for trial, which he will undertake in custody. Props to @laplanck for well-done livetweet of hearing.

DrJ

I just had a long telephone chat a a-mom. Delightful woman. We are both Michigan grads, so I suppose that helps. :)

Captain Hate

I've always thought Awan was connected to Hezbollah. The fake company looks an awful lot like the money laundering scams Hezbollah was running.

I don't think Trump is done with them yet.
Posted by: JackStraw at January 15, 2020 02:24 PM (ZLI7S)

Tom R

Melinda @ 2:52

Can't tell if you are responding to me, TK or someone else.

I've tried to stay informed on Flynn's case but have to admit I don't know who Gretchen Smith is. Curious to know why you mentioned here. Is she related to Peter Smith?

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/10/10/gop-operative-who-sought-clinton-emails-had-ties-to-michael-flynn.html

henry

Glad to hear that Dr J. Hope things get better for you.

DrJ

*with*

MissMarple2

I am listening to a replay of Devin Nunes on Laura Ingraham last night who said that IN HIS REPORT IN 2017 they had been told by the FBI that Flynn had NOT lied to them and maybe he (Nunes) would have to speak to the court on behalf of him.

Also, the statement by the FBI was REDACTED on the Mueller report. How about that? Laura said that constituted withholding exculpatory evidence.

DrJ

Things are picking up, henry. Thanks for the concern.

Captain Hate

I'll call you next month when I'm in Santa Cruz, DrJ.

DrJ

Please do, CH. We can work out details.

Jane

The latest from O'Keefe:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=P3PWDNkLliE&feature=emb_logo&fbclid=IwAR1rfjc4WNS4PiALa2_0O1m9hwonZyFKu8DoL1C2Wp9Lz73Ejt0dzUjo9fM

Jane

Theo,

That could never be part of a plea agreement. It was an illegal threat. Are you suggesting they wouldn't go thru with it?

Manuel Transmission

Haven’t got to the retirement list yet, but this popped out at me in the AT Q article:

Resignations, retirements, and unexpected deaths from major players in politics, media, charities, and corporations all point to possible deals being made quietly without the public fanfare of arrests.

Hmmm. Maybe Mitch really is out there skulking around.

Tom R

It was an illegal threat.

Jane keeps reinforcing my belief that Flynn was never coerced by Mueller/Weissman. If Mueller/Weismann illegally threatened Flynn then why didn't he withdraw his guilty plea when given the opportunity multiple times by the judge?

MJW

henry, Hastings was not convicted and the Senate did not vote to remove him from office.

Hastings was convicted and removed from office. It says so right in the article Porchlight linked to:

The following day, the Senate voted on 11 of the 17 articles of impeachment, convicting Hastings, by the necessary two-thirds vote, on 8 articles (1-5, 7-9). On two articles (6, 17) the vote fell short of the required majority to convict. On article 11, the Senate voted 95 not guilty to 0 guilty. Having achieved the necessary majority vote to convict on 8 articles, the Senate’s president pro tempore (Robert C. Byrd) ordered Hastings removed from office. The Senate did not vote to disqualify him from holding future office.

As it also says, Hastings was not precluded from holding other offices.

jimmyk

That could never be part of a plea agreement. It was an illegal threat.

Is that true? The Forbes piece I linked above seems to suggest it's SOP in prosecutions where family members are implicated. Which doesn't mean it's legal, I guess, but it isn't a secret.

The Forbes piece doesn't mention Weissman by name, but was he a player in the Enron case?

Another Bob

Not good at all.

Blackface Northam is trying to induce a bloodbath.

For those not aware, Virginia is attempting to crack down on firearms in ways that amount to bans/confiscations.

There is a large pro-2A rally planned at the Capitol.

Blackface has declared an emergency and has decreed that all weapons will be prohibited at said rally.

Blackface fears Charlottesville-style violence.

That would be violence engineered by the authorities.

I presume there will be widespread defiance of the decree.

Shit about to get real?

JM Hanes

"He can just step into any office and declare that he'll be making all the decisions for the next several hours."

No he can't, really. For starters he needs someone to read him in on the background and make sure he knows all the relevant details (no surprises, please!), along with running through all the possible scenarios which might play out from that situation. He will need to consider how it might affect other current or future decisions and/or all the other things he's trying to get done, or deals in progress, whether inside or outside gov't. He's got to assign people to suss all that out -- instead of doing something else -- which means someone will already have to have persuaded him that it's important enough to his agenda to spend the man hours and political capital it will require. He certainly doesn't have time to follow the ins and outs of all the potential exercises where folks might like to see him intervene or interfere personally. That list is very long.

Tom R

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/dems-drop-impeachment-files-ahead-of-vote

Additionally, Parnas' attorneys had stated last year that he would be willing to testify as part of the Democrats' impeachment inquiry, amid reports of a possible immunity deal to secure his appearance. Those discussions led Republicans to question whether Parnas simply was seeking to avoid jail time through his testimony.

Glass half full explanation:

The DOJ under Trump indicted Parnas for engaging in the kind of quid pro quo corruption Trump promised he would end.

Glass half empty explanation:

The DOJ is still corrupt and Parnas got indicted because the Trump-appointed SDNY US Attorney is actually in cahoots with the Democrats to help destroy Trump.

PS: How exactly would House Democrats be able to give Parnas immunity for crimes the DOJ has already indicted him on?

Buckeye

Yesterday I spent a couple hours with the guy who manages most of my investment accounts.

Mostly mundane stuff about switching a few investments, rebalancing needs and some tax strategies.

Then he said "you know you could be spending more money, don't you?"

It was right then that I wished I hadn't brought Mrs. Buckeye:)

lurkersusie

Another Blasey Ford will suddenly appear.

Chad Pergram
@ChadPergram
· 3h
Nadler: Under today’s resolution, the managers also have broad authority to submit to the Senate any additional evidence the House may acquire on its own, and we will do so.

JM Hanes

I am sure that an agreement not to go after Flynn's son would never have been memorialized in writing. Yet another reason for not recording interviews! I presume the official agreement would consist of trading a guilty plea for a specific sentencing recommendation.

MissMarple2

Thread: Bolton or his double spotted in Qatar.

https://twitter.com/Joyce_Karam/status/1217485440560791552

JM Hanes

lurkersusie:

Was Nadler referring to a Senate resolution or a House resolution?

Captain Hate

The Forbes piece doesn't mention Weissman by name, but was he a player in the Enron case?

Yes, he screwed a number of people particularly Arthur Anderson officers according to Sidney Powell. Some of his actions were unanimously reversed by the Supreme Court but Arthur was already out of business and the clients and worker bees had gone to the unscathed firms.

Buckeye

Bolton or his double spotted in Qatar.

Maybe he'll get "lost" there.

Tom R

I presume the official agreement would consist of trading a guilty plea for a specific sentencing recommendation.

JMH @ 3:52

In that case how do you account for Barr discarding that coerced deal that Mueller made recommending no jail time to now trying to get a harsher sentence with jail time?

MissMarple2

Buzz Patterson for Congress
@BuzzPatterson
·
4h
President Trump literally just sold rice to China.

lurkersusie

JMH,

The House resolution.

hoyden

See you later, Mel.


Done. Bye.

Posted by: Melinda | January 15, 2020 at 02:55 PM

Captain Hate

Justice for Shemp

http://acecomments.mu.nu/?post=385301

MissMarple2

https://bongino.com/biden-claims-he-couldnt-afford-childcare-on-42k-salary-in-1973-equivalent-of-250k-when-adjusted-for-inflation/

He claimed this in the debate last night. Jan Brewer said on Twitter that this was not true, that adjusted for inflation 42K was the equivalent of 250K and if he couldn't manage his household money, he couldn't manage the nation's budget.

I know for a fact this is BS. in 1973 I was working full time for 17,000 per year and I was paying a day care $15/week. I had no trouble affording it.

John S

I think the simplest explanation of the Flynn situation is that he did lie about something, whether or not it was important. Now that it can be proved that prosecutors tampered with evidence, he wants to withdraw his plea, go to trial and have the charges thrown out due to prosecutor misconduct.

Melinda

Headcount upped, age range drops again:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7891717/Jeffrey-Epstein-trafficked-hundreds-girls-recently-2018.html

lurkersusie

Decisions Decisions

Poll: West Virginia voters would view Manchin negatively if he votes to convict Trump | TheHill
https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/478408-poll-west-virginia-voters-would-view-manchin-negatively-if-he-votes-to

MissMarple2

Captain Hate,

I discovered I am no longer banned on Axe.

Here is the post I left about Shep Smith at #107:

"I NEVER forgot Shemp and Jerry Rivers tooling around in a pontoon boat after that hurricane (in Louisiana I think) and both of them carrying on like George Bush was refusing to rescue people. He should have been struck by lightning over that lie. He will be a curse for whichever channel signs him."

MissMarple2

Ace, not Axe!

Captain Hate

I thought you'd posted a comment there a while back.

Tom R

CH 3:55

My recollection of the Enron scandal is that multiple Enron executives deserved to go to jail for white collar crimes. My recollection is Arthur Anderson was a key player in helping Enron executives cover up their cooking of the books. IIRC AA got caught shredding documents that proved they were guilty of conspiring with Enron executives and that is what got them in trouble with the Feds.

If an ethical DOJ prosecutor (don't laugh) other than Weissman had prosecuted the case, would they have been able to get a conviction against Arthur Anderson that would not have been overturned by SCOTUS?

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--Resignations, retirements, and unexpected deaths from major players in politics, media, charities, and corporations all point to possible deals being made quietly without the public fanfare of arrests.--

--Hmmm. Maybe Mitch really is out there skulking around. --

Very possibly, MT, since all the deaths attributable to Hillary were not only expected but predicted.

Dave (in MA)

I have been banned on Ace since the day I first tried to post a comment shortly after I found out about the site. If I post while @ work I have to go thru a web proxy site. Ace himself has twice e-mailed me with promises to fix it, but he never got around to it.

Tom R

BTW since some people here don't like it when I ask questions let me go ahead and rephrase my 4:28.

I think Arthur Anderson was guilty of what the DOJ/SEC accused them of but SCOTUS overturned the conviction due to incompetence and/or corruption on Weissman's part during the trial.

Dave (in MA)

I'm disappointed that AJ Hinch and Alex Cora weren't named Impeachment Managers. They're both available and have exhibited just the sort of trustworthy character as the rest of the group.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--As it also says, Hastings was not precluded from holding other offices.--

Well, naturally. The last people on earth who want to establish any standards for serving in Congress, even [and especially] not being a crook, are the gruesome, greasy reprobates already oiling up its hallowed halls.

D

TomR:
I am going to try and help you understand this blog and the people who post here.You recently posted” Since Jane won’t answer”
Jane is under no obligation to you to look up anything or provide proof of any stand she takes.
You make demands of posters and then get offended when they don’t respond.
Please know that you speak in generalities almost every day and that I personally do not believe you are correct about anything.
Please try and read the room.
There is absolutely no sting operation.
That is a fiction you made up to support your views.Magical thinking is fun for awhile but then you have to wake up and smell the coffee.

D

Lurkersusie:
Excellent find.
Even the House managers know their case has bupkis and are waiting for the unicorn nugget of corruption to magically appear.Reminds me of a poster here.

MissMarple2

Captain Hate,

I may have and forgotten. Remember, I had that semi-stroke episode about a year and a half ago and detail things in my memory have disappeared.

Anyway, at least it's now in my brain that I can comment there, although I won't do so much.

lurkersusie

My husband keeps saying she has 4 eyebrows.
Now every time I see her I see the same thing.

Caleb Hull on Twitter: ""Vladimir PLOOTIN" https://t.co/RdKAFSx42m" / Twitter

hrtshpdbox

There is absolutely no sting operation.

That's definitely an opinion. It also happens to be mine, but another opinion (TomR's) is that there is a sting operation. TomR might get overbearing with his expectations of others, or whatever, but I enjoy reading his opinions - they're interesting.

Captain Hate

If an ethical DOJ prosecutor (don't laugh) other than Weissman had prosecuted the case, would they have been able to get a conviction against Arthur Anderson that would not have been overturned by SCOTUS?

It wasn't just overturned it was unanimously overturned. As in blatant prosecutorial wrongdoing. As to the facts in the Enron case, I'm not sure anyone should've been convicted because it was a very emotional time.

Sometimes bad things happen because a perfect storm of events happens. I've read that they held a lot of options which went south in the worst way possible producing catastrophic losses. Sidney Powell writes about it from her clients standpoint. Maybe Mel remembers some of the details.

D

Hrt:
Glad you are entertained by TomR.
Yes my post is an opinion but I try to live in the real world.
Discuss real things that are happening and I love the breaking stories that Lurkersusie, and MM post as well as the opinions expressed by Rocco, Jimmyk. Porch, Anonamom, and OL.
I am happy to see Buford Gooch here and want to hear his take on all the upcoming events including the Dem primaries.I love Henry’s take on events.
I welcome lurkers to post more so new views are heard.

Captain Hate

Welcome to Team Enabler, box. We've got great craft beer.

Tom R

Maryrose @ 4:35

I am going to try and explain to you why I think you are sometimes oblivious to reality.

Jane made an assertion that appears to be her expressing her speculative opinion as a definitive fact. I politely asked her to provide a citation to back up her claim. The fact you don't realize that is why you cause me to perceive you as frequently oblivious to reality.

jimmyk

Yes, he screwed a number of people particularly Arthur Anderson officers according to Sidney Powell.

Thanks, I should have remembered that, but this whole farce exceeds the capacity of my diminishing number of brain cells.

MissMarple2

https://www.foxnews.com/media/jimmy-hoffa-fbi-eric-shawn-fox-nation

FBI wants to talk to the subjects of the Jimmy Hoffa investigations. Two people have told Fox where Hoffa is buried.

Threadkiller

LOL, CH.

Porchlight

MJW, thanks. Sorry I read the Hastings article wrong. He was convicted on some counts and removed from office, but the Senate must vote separately to bar him from future office and they did not do that.

lurkersusie

Adorable

Julio Gonzalez on Twitter: "God is Good! This little boy blessing everyone’s breakfast is the most amazing video you will see this year. Amen 🙏 https://t.co/gM0KV8VdBP" / Twitter

MissMarple2

"I promised I would use every lawful Presidential Power to protect Americans from unfair trade practices...I kept my promise." - President @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/WYrisMJu0D

— Team Trump (Text FIRST to 88022) (@TeamTrump) January 15, 2020

Video of President Trump at the link.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--TomR:
I am going to try and help you understand this blog and the people who post here.--

LOL.
I sometimes wonder if TomR pays Maryrose to say things like that just to see if anyone will jam her up the way they do him for equally ostentatious remarks.

Tom R

CH @ 4:47

Standard disclosure the source is Wikipedia so take with a grain of salt.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Andersen_LLP_v._United_States

The conviction got overturned because of really bad jury instructions. Whether those bad jury instructions were due to incompetence and/or corruption on Weissman's part is beyond my knowledge. It doesn't change the fact AA shredded a lot of documents which seems like a sign of guilt to me.

Buckeye

Watching the build up to the Engrossment Ceremony.

How quaint.

MissMarple2

https://nypost.com/2020/01/14/feds-blame-de-blasio-for-murder-sex-assault-of-92-year-old-woman/

henry

Forbes so no link

@iblametom

New - The FBI used a GrayKey to get into a locked iPhone 11 Pro Max. That's the latest model.

So why is the FBI demanding Apple help unlock much older versions of the device?

I've published court docs within from a case in Ohio...

anonamom

TomR, killfile allows people to list commenters whose posts they do NOT want to see.
A number of people use it--jane being one, I do believe.

You can ask her all the questions you want.
If you are on her killfile list, she doesn't see them.

So, she's not "not answering my question"--she never saw your question, if she has you "killfiled."

MissMarple2

https://www.breitbart.com/immigration/2020/01/15/democrat-attorneys-general-demand-fast-track-work-permits-for-illegals-and-migrants/

henry

Might get to it via the tweet:

https://twitter.com/iblametom/status/1217564036067471361?s=21

Given the models in the Pensacola shooting case are iPhone 5 and 7, it’s unclear why a GrayKey hasn’t proven useful in that investigation. Forbes has previously revealed a GrayKey brochure that showed it worked on older devices too.

Making things secure is very difficult (and perhaps impossible). The FBI is lying here. That doesn’t help.

MissMarple2


40Head
❌⭐⭐⭐❌
@40_head
·
42s
Did Nancy Pelosi just call our 1st president

"Jewish Washington"?

Damn...lay off the sauce lady!!!
============================================
Since I avoid seeing her, I have no idea if she did this or not. Anyone know?

Buckeye

Old bag is milking the photo op for all it is worth.

Buckeye

Of course timed so as not to cut too deeply into happy hour.

MissMarple2

The new trade deal tears down barriers for U.S. farmers!

President Trump: "China will now welcome American beef, and pork, poultry, seafood, rice, dairy, infant formula, animal feed, biotechnology and much, much more.” pic.twitter.com/BVytzEvHoa

— Trump War Room --- Text FIGHT to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) January 15, 2020

Video at the link.

henry

Anyone know a farmland price index? How did it respond to this news? Asking for a friend.

Tom R

Art of the deal. We will soon see how bad Iraq wants US troops to leave.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/us-prepares-cut-all-military-aid-if-iraq-asks-troops-leave

And now the US State Department has confirmed it and the Pentagon are preparing to cut all $250 million of foreign military aid for Iraq from the 2020 military aid budget already approved.

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