Paul Manafort in jail

Paul Manafort’s bail has been revoked, and he has been sent to jail until his trial in September.

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11 Responses to Paul Manafort in jail

  1. stella says:

    Witness tampering.

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  2. Lucille says:

    It would be interesting to determine just when they decided to start investigating Manafort…before or after he became associated with one of their enemies.

    This is a warning to anyone willing to work on President Trump’s or any true Conservative’s campaigns. Work for those we hate, this could happen to you.

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    They refused hiom bail as they say they have new charges but where the **** would he go and hide in the US and if they pull his passport…
    Yet another DoJ attempt to intimidate a witness into bearing false witness and/or push him into not fighting the charges and take a deal. He’s going to be in prison for 3 months before his trial and the Feds can delay during the trial, keeping his legal costs up and him in jail.
    Also, note how they’re grilling him on a public spit, ramping up the charges and fluffing up the media coverage at the same time the IG’s report is a hot media item. Coincidence…I think not.

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    • lovely says:

      Yep trying to coerce perjury.

      I heard somewhere that the judge did not forbid contact with witnesses. I don’t know it it is true or not.


      • czarowniczy says:

        Even if the judge didn’t all the prfosecutors have to say was they had a reasonable suspicion he was trying to interfere with a witness. It’s the judge’s decision so that tells you they might have a politically sympathertic judge.

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        • lovely says:

          Yes I know it is a low bar but she didn’t legally forbid Manafort from having contact with witnesses’ then there is more onerous on the prosecution to show that he tried to interfere with a witness.

          Could be that Manafort did try to intimidate and buy a witness. Even if he did it’s a Clinton judge and more than likely a malicious revocation of bail.

          Just a bunch of scumbags.

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