Democrats' star J6 witness Cassidy Hutchinson made significant changes to her story, memo shows

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Unheard of changes in a deposition. And naturally, Democrats attempted to hide it.


Three months after she testified as the Democrats' star witness at the Jan. 6 congressional hearings, former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson submitted significant changes to statements and information she had provided in transcribed interviews with the U.S. House of Representatives dating to February 2022, according to an errata sheet reviewed by Just the News that was kept from the American public.​
The 15-page-long errata sheet, uncovered recently by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., includes significant changes to Hutchinson's account of key events in the Capitol riot drama, including what Secret Service vehicle transported Donald Trump to the Jan. 6, 2021 rally, whether guns were at the Washington D.C. rally that preceded the riot, and what she knew about a meeting where "Hang Mike Pence" chants were allegedly made.​
The errata sheet contained a digital signature from Hutchinson approving the changes.​
Legal experts said errata sheets for congressional witnesses are common but usually are limited to technical or typographical errors. The experts who reviewed Hutchinson's errata sheet dated Sept. 12, 2022 said it appears to make material changes to her stories.​
“These aren’t 'corrections.' They constitute entirely new testimony that should be subjected to cross examination,” Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Just the News after reviewing the memo. Dershowitz represented Trump at his first impeachment trial where the 45th president was acquitted on charges related to Ukraine and did not have a role in the Jan. 6 impeachment.
Robert Charles, former staff director for the House Oversight national security subcommittee during its 1990s-era investigations into the Clinton White House and the Whitewater scandal, said Hutchison's errata were unlike any he had ever seen in his career as a lawyer and could become an issue in future criminal trials in Georgia and Washington D.C., where defendants like Donald Trump and others face Jan. 6-related charges.
"It throws into serious question the credibility of both the witness and the committee and the information she has related to the committee," Charles said. "And it looks like an attempt to manipulate the written record in a way that wasn't supported by the original testimony."
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the former chairman of the now defunct Jan. 6 House committee, did not respond to a request to his office seeking comment on why his committee did not make public the errata sheet corrections Hutchinson had made.​
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Unheard of changes in a deposition. And naturally, Democrats attempted to hide it.


Three months after she testified as the Democrats' star witness at the Jan. 6 congressional hearings, former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson submitted significant changes to statements and information she had provided in transcribed interviews with the U.S. House of Representatives dating to February 2022, according to an errata sheet reviewed by Just the News that was kept from the American public.​
The 15-page-long errata sheet, uncovered recently by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., includes significant changes to Hutchinson's account of key events in the Capitol riot drama, including what Secret Service vehicle transported Donald Trump to the Jan. 6, 2021 rally, whether guns were at the Washington D.C. rally that preceded the riot, and what she knew about a meeting where "Hang Mike Pence" chants were allegedly made.​
The errata sheet contained a digital signature from Hutchinson approving the changes.​
Legal experts said errata sheets for congressional witnesses are common but usually are limited to technical or typographical errors. The experts who reviewed Hutchinson's errata sheet dated Sept. 12, 2022 said it appears to make material changes to her stories.​
“These aren’t 'corrections.' They constitute entirely new testimony that should be subjected to cross examination,” Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Just the News after reviewing the memo. Dershowitz represented Trump at his first impeachment trial where the 45th president was acquitted on charges related to Ukraine and did not have a role in the Jan. 6 impeachment.
Robert Charles, former staff director for the House Oversight national security subcommittee during its 1990s-era investigations into the Clinton White House and the Whitewater scandal, said Hutchison's errata were unlike any he had ever seen in his career as a lawyer and could become an issue in future criminal trials in Georgia and Washington D.C., where defendants like Donald Trump and others face Jan. 6-related charges.
"It throws into serious question the credibility of both the witness and the committee and the information she has related to the committee," Charles said. "And it looks like an attempt to manipulate the written record in a way that wasn't supported by the original testimony."
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the former chairman of the now defunct Jan. 6 House committee, did not respond to a request to his office seeking comment on why his committee did not make public the errata sheet corrections Hutchinson had made.​
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Yes, this happened and this is NOT NEW... It was all reported on in the REAL news over a year ago. Btw... John Solomon/JusttheNews is a paid shill for Trump and Giuliani etc...

She had a Paid By Trump lawyer in the beginning...he coached her to conveniently Not Recall on issues that could harm Trump and in a manner to protect trump....

She didn't know what to do....did not have the money for her own lawyer, went to beg mom for it, then went to beg estranged dad for it, zip....and finally found a means to get her own lawyer....

When she did, her new lawyer advised her to go back to the 1/6 committee and come clean.....tell them why you are changing your testimony and why you now DO recall.....
 
Unheard of changes in a deposition. And naturally, Democrats attempted to hide it.


Three months after she testified as the Democrats' star witness at the Jan. 6 congressional hearings, former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson submitted significant changes to statements and information she had provided in transcribed interviews with the U.S. House of Representatives dating to February 2022, according to an errata sheet reviewed by Just the News that was kept from the American public.​
The 15-page-long errata sheet, uncovered recently by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., includes significant changes to Hutchinson's account of key events in the Capitol riot drama, including what Secret Service vehicle transported Donald Trump to the Jan. 6, 2021 rally, whether guns were at the Washington D.C. rally that preceded the riot, and what she knew about a meeting where "Hang Mike Pence" chants were allegedly made.​
The errata sheet contained a digital signature from Hutchinson approving the changes.​
Legal experts said errata sheets for congressional witnesses are common but usually are limited to technical or typographical errors. The experts who reviewed Hutchinson's errata sheet dated Sept. 12, 2022 said it appears to make material changes to her stories.​
“These aren’t 'corrections.' They constitute entirely new testimony that should be subjected to cross examination,” Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Just the News after reviewing the memo. Dershowitz represented Trump at his first impeachment trial where the 45th president was acquitted on charges related to Ukraine and did not have a role in the Jan. 6 impeachment.
Robert Charles, former staff director for the House Oversight national security subcommittee during its 1990s-era investigations into the Clinton White House and the Whitewater scandal, said Hutchison's errata were unlike any he had ever seen in his career as a lawyer and could become an issue in future criminal trials in Georgia and Washington D.C., where defendants like Donald Trump and others face Jan. 6-related charges.
"It throws into serious question the credibility of both the witness and the committee and the information she has related to the committee," Charles said. "And it looks like an attempt to manipulate the written record in a way that wasn't supported by the original testimony."
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the former chairman of the now defunct Jan. 6 House committee, did not respond to a request to his office seeking comment on why his committee did not make public the errata sheet corrections Hutchinson had made.​
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J6 Reichstag Fire. Military tribunals are the only remedy
 
Unheard of changes in a deposition. And naturally, Democrats attempted to hide it.


Three months after she testified as the Democrats' star witness at the Jan. 6 congressional hearings, former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson submitted significant changes to statements and information she had provided in transcribed interviews with the U.S. House of Representatives dating to February 2022, according to an errata sheet reviewed by Just the News that was kept from the American public.​
The 15-page-long errata sheet, uncovered recently by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., includes significant changes to Hutchinson's account of key events in the Capitol riot drama, including what Secret Service vehicle transported Donald Trump to the Jan. 6, 2021 rally, whether guns were at the Washington D.C. rally that preceded the riot, and what she knew about a meeting where "Hang Mike Pence" chants were allegedly made.​
The errata sheet contained a digital signature from Hutchinson approving the changes.​
Legal experts said errata sheets for congressional witnesses are common but usually are limited to technical or typographical errors. The experts who reviewed Hutchinson's errata sheet dated Sept. 12, 2022 said it appears to make material changes to her stories.​
“These aren’t 'corrections.' They constitute entirely new testimony that should be subjected to cross examination,” Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Just the News after reviewing the memo. Dershowitz represented Trump at his first impeachment trial where the 45th president was acquitted on charges related to Ukraine and did not have a role in the Jan. 6 impeachment.
Robert Charles, former staff director for the House Oversight national security subcommittee during its 1990s-era investigations into the Clinton White House and the Whitewater scandal, said Hutchison's errata were unlike any he had ever seen in his career as a lawyer and could become an issue in future criminal trials in Georgia and Washington D.C., where defendants like Donald Trump and others face Jan. 6-related charges.
"It throws into serious question the credibility of both the witness and the committee and the information she has related to the committee," Charles said. "And it looks like an attempt to manipulate the written record in a way that wasn't supported by the original testimony."
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the former chairman of the now defunct Jan. 6 House committee, did not respond to a request to his office seeking comment on why his committee did not make public the errata sheet corrections Hutchinson had made.​
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Ohhh, sorry! My last post was about her changing testimony during the 1/6 investigation....!

so I was wrong because this is new stuff...after the 1/6 committee was disolved.... like The Beast being the presidential SUV mini (beast).....

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Oh CRAP, maybe I wasn't wrong??? When did the committee end?
 
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J6 Reichstag Fire. Military tribunals are the only remedy
Spoken like a Banana Republican.

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Yes, the significant changes nail down the story even tighter about how naughty were Meadows and his boss.

LOL


"It throws into serious question the credibility of both the witness and the committee and the information she has related to the committee," Charles said. "And it looks like an attempt to manipulate the written record in a way that wasn't supported by the original testimony."
 
15 pages of corrections including changing the most salacious lie of all.... Trump grabbed the steering wheel in the "Beast"... ooops, the lying slut now says it wasn't the "Beast". People often mistake a 25' bullet-proof limo for a suburban.

It's the dan rather defense - the 'facts' are all made up, but the story is true. :laughing0301:

Fucking child molesters.... you just can't trust 'em.

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Nothing that has happened in recent memory could "call into question the credibility" of that J6 committee. No one with a three digit IQ gave it any credence from the beginning. It was like hanging on the words of the district attorney at a trial. One-sided bullshit.
 
Nothing that has happened in recent memory could "call into question the credibility" of that J6 committee. No one with a three digit IQ gave it any credence from the beginning. It was like hanging on the words of the district attorney at a trial. One-sided bullshit.
The solid majority of Americans supported the J6 cmte.
 
Unheard of changes in a deposition. And naturally, Democrats attempted to hide it.


Three months after she testified as the Democrats' star witness at the Jan. 6 congressional hearings, former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson submitted significant changes to statements and information she had provided in transcribed interviews with the U.S. House of Representatives dating to February 2022, according to an errata sheet reviewed by Just the News that was kept from the American public.​
The 15-page-long errata sheet, uncovered recently by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., includes significant changes to Hutchinson's account of key events in the Capitol riot drama, including what Secret Service vehicle transported Donald Trump to the Jan. 6, 2021 rally, whether guns were at the Washington D.C. rally that preceded the riot, and what she knew about a meeting where "Hang Mike Pence" chants were allegedly made.​
The errata sheet contained a digital signature from Hutchinson approving the changes.​
Legal experts said errata sheets for congressional witnesses are common but usually are limited to technical or typographical errors. The experts who reviewed Hutchinson's errata sheet dated Sept. 12, 2022 said it appears to make material changes to her stories.​
“These aren’t 'corrections.' They constitute entirely new testimony that should be subjected to cross examination,” Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Just the News after reviewing the memo. Dershowitz represented Trump at his first impeachment trial where the 45th president was acquitted on charges related to Ukraine and did not have a role in the Jan. 6 impeachment.
Robert Charles, former staff director for the House Oversight national security subcommittee during its 1990s-era investigations into the Clinton White House and the Whitewater scandal, said Hutchison's errata were unlike any he had ever seen in his career as a lawyer and could become an issue in future criminal trials in Georgia and Washington D.C., where defendants like Donald Trump and others face Jan. 6-related charges.
"It throws into serious question the credibility of both the witness and the committee and the information she has related to the committee," Charles said. "And it looks like an attempt to manipulate the written record in a way that wasn't supported by the original testimony."
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the former chairman of the now defunct Jan. 6 House committee, did not respond to a request to his office seeking comment on why his committee did not make public the errata sheet corrections Hutchinson had made.​
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