Manafort Suing DOJ

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    DOJ didn't have the authority to appoint Mueller.

    There was no crime.

    You can't go fishing for a crime. Just political witch hunt which will backfire when we find out once and for all the FBI paid Fusion for the dossier.
     
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    You can laugh if you want but if brings up good points.
    Do you or do you not want the govt held accountable?
     
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    Hold your breath.
     
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    You can't sue a prosecutor for doing their job...

    "Prosecutor Immunity
    One of the biggest challenges in malicious prosecution cases based on the filing of criminal charges is prosecutor immunity. State and federal laws give prosecutors and other law enforcement employees immunity from liability for malicious prosecution. This immunity is meant to protect prosecutors and law enforcement so they can do their job without constantly having to defend against accusations of malicious prosecution. The concern is that every person who claims innocence might try to sue the prosecutor for wrongful prosecution.

    There are, however, limits to this immunity. If the person bringing a malicious prosecution suit can show that the prosecutor acted outside his authority in the process of instigating or pursuing a criminal case, the immunity will not extend to those actions in most jurisdictions. If the businessman can prove, for example, that the prosecutor paid a witness to testify to certain things or created false documents, the prosecutor probably would not have immunity, because those actions would be outside the scope of the prosecutor’s job."

    Suing for Damages: Malicious Prosecution in a Criminal Case
     
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    What part of a witch hunt is anyones job?

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    If the Whitewater investigations hadn't ended in impeachment over a consensual bj then I'd say Manafort might have a point! :laugh:

    Manafort's argument here? "I've spent my career working for Russia's benefit, but that has NOTHING to do with Russia sabotaging our election process in favor of the campaign I was running :mad::mad::mad:!" :rofl:
     
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    Read the exceptions there, dear heart...
     
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    They're being held accountable as we speak. Manafort is the one demanding a stop to it.
     
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    Yeah part of his argument is that he was interviewed by the DoJ and FBI back in 2014 and didn't get charged then, so why should he be charged now. :lmao:

    What a fucking idiot response is this?
     
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