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Sunday, April 01, 2018

Wishing for a Miracle on Passover/Easter Sunday

By Nicholas Stix

I’ve got the Passover matzo, and I’ve got my little girl (better known as The Boss), who believes that Jesus of Nazareth was resurrected on the third day, sleeping. And I need a miracle. But nothing on a par with the Red Sea parting, or a corpse being resurrected.

Because it looks like it’ll take a miracle to get any justice for the victims of the communist/anarchist rioters from the Presidential Inauguration.

Those victims include all American patriots.

The riots took place 14 months ago, but it seems like several years.

Somehow, the number of defendants has gone down from 235 to 59. (Charges may have been dropped against 129 defendants in January, but answers the “how,” but not the “why.”)

The defendants in a trial that was to have begun last Monday, March 26, got a continuance to April 17. That trial had earlier been scheduled for March 5.

The defendants and their liars had a year to prepare for trial, but seeing as this is the Trial of the Century, they just weren’t ready.

I haven’t heard from the D.C. U.S. Attorney’s Office in two months, so tomorrow I’ll be working the phones. (They used to send me automatic press releases.)

Back on January 18, the D.C. U.S.A.’s Office wrote,
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia has filed notice with the Court that it is exercising its discretion and moving forward with the prosecution of 59 defendants indicted on felony charges related to the rioting that took place on January 20, 2017, in Washington D.C. The government will be filing motions to dismiss without prejudice the indictment against the other remaining 129 defendants so that it can focus its efforts on this smaller, core group that we believe is most responsible for the destruction and violence that took place on Inauguration Day.

1 comment:

David In TN said...

Nicholas,

I'm reading the new edition of the Leo Damore book on The Chappaquiddick Affair. I've reached page 461 and am on the Inquest. The local DA should have charged Ted Kennedy with Manslaughter and Vehicular Homicide and taken it to a Grand Jury. Instead, DA Edmund Dinis decided on an Inquest, which doesn't happen when you know who the suspect of a crime is.

In effect, everybody in the Massachusetts legal profession conspired in the cover up. A member of Denis' office was feeding info straight to Stephen Smith, Teddy's brother in law and Family Consigliere/Fixer.

The "boiler room girls," Mary Jo Kopechne's "friends," had their stories (lies?) straight at the inquest and have maintained silence for nearly 50 years.

Ted Kennedy had a bigger legal team than O.J. Simpson, literally the best lawyers in Massachusetts. In Damore's words:

"But Denis had more immediate concerns than the importuning of reporters, threats on his life and a staff of assistants mutinous in their opposition to a reinvestigation of the incident at Chappaquiddick. For all intents and purposes, the inquiry was being conducted by Dinis and Fernandes, two small-time prosecutors bound by the limited experience of a small, economically depressed former mill city confronting a Kennedy political organization, a choir of lawyers, advisers, media controllers, and a network of Kennedy cultists in the press."

Any similarities to what's going on with the Inauguration riot perpetrators?