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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by CF3234, Nov 28, 2018.
Could the judge call his bluff and set his bail at like $15 Trillion?
With as much as he knows I wonder if there isnt a billionaire or hundred millionaire to put a hit on him to keep him quiet
His lawyer would show up with $15 trillion in bearer bonds and he'd be gone forever
This is why criminal justice reform is so desperately needed, let’s put an end to the way that our justice system discriminates against...(check notes)...rich white guys.
They might not have been around at the time of the original case, but Acosta must be having a blast explaining all this shit to his daughters about how he completely screwed up his job and ruined young women's lives.
I didn't realize he and his family were in a cult
Just a very unfortunate looking family all around
Not a good tooth to gum ratio on his wife
Heard she's doing a colab with Lil' Dicky "Mrs. Leftward Sloping Nose"
Need killrbee7 to weigh in on this.
Good. FUCK him.
Complete dereliction of duty on his part.
sentencing when not a blackmailing billionaire
Man sentenced to 615 years for sex crimes
Raven Smith received a 615-year sentence for sex crimes involving five girls. (Source: WTVY)
July 10, 2019 at 11:57 AM CDT - Updated July 12 at 3:05 AM
DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) - A Cottonwood man who admitted he raped, sodomized and sexually abused young children has been sentenced to serve 615 years for those crimes.
Raven Smith, 35, apologized to the families of the five victims - all girls under the age of 16 who he molested over a period of several years.
Houston County Circuit Judge Todd Derrick gave Smith the maximum sentence after hearing a powerful plea from the mother of one of the victims.
“I can’t believe what I said meant that much to a judge to punish this man the way I wanted him to be (punished)," the mother said.
We are not identifying the mother to protect her daughter’s privacy.
Not only did the mother become emotional in court, so did the prosecutor. Assistant Houston County District Attorney J.T. Jones neared tears while describing the crimes to the judge.
“When you deal with cases that involve children, particularly young children, it’s going to hit your heart strings every time. You get to know them and you feel the pain they go through,” Jones said.
While these cases are over, the mother who spoke to WTVY-TV believes there are other victims who have been too terrified to come forward.
“I don't want them to be afraid anymore. I want them to know he's in jail and can't ever hurt them or anyone else,” she said.
Because of the way Derrick structured the sentences, it is improbable that Smith will ever be paroled.
Copyright 2019 WTVY. All rights reserved
One step removed from A Handmaid’s Tale right there
Fox News Hasn’t Asked Paid Contributor Ken Starr About His Pedophile Client Jeffrey Epstein
Man that shitbag keeps popping up every where
Even worse, her gum to tooth ratio varies by tooth. Some are normal, some there is too much tooth, others there is too much gum. It's really unfortunate.
Unless I missed something in the article, mother fuck those people who accepted the money. Wish we could get their names posted too.
There are a lot of good reasons to hate Ken Starr. Criticizing an attorney for representing criminals is pretty low. If Epstein didn’t authorize him to talk about the case then he can’t. Even if Epstein did, he could face bar sanctions for speaking about the matter if the situation doesn’t warrant it.
I think the criticism is towards a blatant state propaganda machine ignoring the issue entirely in regards to starr and how he's connected.
Yea but what about Bill Clinton?
It's pretty telling that they won't even bring that part of the epstein shit up to starr...
Friday’s filing didn’t name the two associates Mr. Epstein allegedly paid off, but said they were named as potential co-conspirators in a nonprosecution agreement Mr. Epstein signed in 2007, in which federal prosecutors in Miami agreed not to bring any federal charges against him for similar allegations at the time. The agreement named Sarah Kellen, Adriana Ross, Lesley Groff and Nadia Marcinkova as potential co-conspirators who wouldn’t be charged.
A lawyer who represents Ms. Kellen and Ms. Groff didn’t respond to a request for comment. Lawyers for Ms. Ross and Ms. Marcinkova couldn’t immediately be identified
Also not at all weird that Donald Barr served in the OSS (the forerunner to the CIA).
Hard to believe he has time for this while hiding all that Baylor rape.
Damn dog, those OSS dudes were in all of the shit
Connected? He’s his attorney. What are they suppose to ask him, “hey Ken do you think he’s guilty? When did he first tell you he likes to diddle kids? What is your defense going to be at trial?” C’mon man unless Epstein authorized him to speak to the media and the rules of professional conduct permit it, he literally can’t discuss the case. With very few exceptions that goes for any attorney in the country speaking to any news agency about any of their clients. Fox hired him to offer his perspective as a famous lawyer generally, not gossip about his clients on live television.
It might be fair if the investigation proves that Starr behave unethically to criticize Fox for continuing to employ him, but the article expressly calls for them to publicly question him about his relationship to Epstein. It simply isn’t allowed.
It's obviously just one big ol' coincidence that the father of Ghislaine Maxwell (Epstein's girlfriend/madame/partner in crime) was alleged to have multiple links to multiple intelligence agencies, notably the Mossad.
From what I know about Fox news they would 1000% percent ask him about his report on Clinton and Clinton being implicated in epstein reports. I think you have to naive to an absurd level to not believe that
Clinton wasn’t his client when he wrote the report and the case is over. He can talk about it all he likes with no ethical limitation. He already has numerous times.
If you think he’s going to substantiate the Einstein Report while the case is ongoing, I.e., basically infer, “well my client may be a child molester but Clinton is too and I know this because my client gave Clinton kids to abuse,” you’re a fucking moron.
This isn't what were talking about. We're talking about the network not asking a single question about it. No one is saying he didn't talk about anything, the post you quoted referenced him not being asked about anything.
Imagine being this poor at reading or wanting to deflect so hard for Ken Starr.
He seems to be attracted to the worst of the worst as an attorney. I mean I guess someone has to do it. He should be featured on dirty jobs.
Imagine being such a hardo that you’ll argue what is permitted of a criminal defense attorney discussing a client’s case in the media, with a criminal defense attorney, when you yourself are not one.
If anyone needs to read more carefully I suggest you look in the mirror.
That isn't the question at all. Are you pretending like Fox news ethnically chooses to pull questions on Ken Starr and bill clinton? Tell me you believe that
So your complaint is that they haven’t specifically brought him on for at least a “no comment.” Fox has numerous articles covering the story, it’s plastered all over the broader media, Fox and would probably love nothing more than to have Starr on air to talk about it. It would be huge for ratings.
The premise is that them not taking advantage of a bill clinton sex scandal story with the man who created the original bill clinton sex scandal is insane. To pretend that this is just the normal course of business and the network that jumps all over things like mustard, grey suits, etc, is just doing what they always do is a joke.
Bill Clinton is not Ken Starr’s client.
Do you know what the attorney-client privilege is? What the professional rules of responsibility are? What a State Bar Disciplinary Hearing Committee does?
I don’t think highly of Fox News at all, or of Ken Starr for that matter. I’m just pointing out the sheer buffoonery of expecting a publishing company to grill their legal correspondent about his own private clients.
Are you this dense or are you defending Fox news or epstein or what? I have no idea
Everyone knows he wasn't his client. Are you trying to tell me that FOX NEWS wouldn't in normal circumstances ask the man who brought up sex charges against a Clinton about these things? Like that's something you profess?
I think Arkadin is saying that if Clinton would have been the client, Fox would have asked the questions whether Starr would have answered is another thing.
Derschowitz has talked about the case publicly so I have an idea and the idea is that Why?Pokes should go away forever or at least for the rest of the evening
It’s not a normal situation you stubborn oaf, Starr is his client. I know you’ve heard of attorney-client privilege and have some vague understanding of it. Why do you think Starrs prior relationship with Clinton, his employment with Fox, or the newsworthiness of the story has any bearing on an attorney-client relationship? He could be stripped of his law license for discussing it.
Do you think your attorney could go on national television and talk about your case and representation against your wishes?
What I'm saying is that there is a zero percent chance that if Clinton was implicated in a child sex ring that fox news wouldnt ask the person who prosecuted him about sexual improprieties about it
It's not about the attorney you fucking dense idiot. It's about Fox news
His attraction to the worst people extend beyond his work as an attorney.
I’m well aware of Dershowitz’ statements. I never said the prohibition is an absolute bar, nor does the fact that he made public statements about the case establish a priori that those statements are ethical.
then why are you still talking