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Flynn pleading guil-tay, but not to that many charges, he must have given up a bunch on everybody else.

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O(+> wrote:Flynn pleading guil-tay, but not to that many charges, he must have given up a bunch on everybody else.
He had to have flipped. When do we find all that out?

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I think when they indict everybody else. This is a slow burn of treason gossip.

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O(+> wrote:Flynn pleading guil-tay, but not to that many charges, he must have given up a bunch on everybody else.


He gave up secret photos


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HowWouldIKnowThat wrote:How not even manslaughter?



Apparently the jury believed his story. It happened to be under his bench under a shirt and he just picked up the shirt and the gun fell out and just went off. Not sure why he was guilty of being in possession however. Sounds contradictory to me.

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Digital Blackface wrote:
O(+> wrote:Flynn pleading guil-tay, but not to that many charges, he must have given up a bunch on everybody else.


He gave up secret photos



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BTaylor wrote:
HowWouldIKnowThat wrote:How not even manslaughter?



Apparently the jury believed his story. It happened to be under his bench under a shirt and he just picked up the shirt and the gun fell out and just went off. Not sure why he was guilty of being in possession however. Sounds contradictory to me.


But you can get manslaughter for being reckless with a car, would think the same would apply with a loaded gun.
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I'm still not focusing on most of the news. Off on shallow tangents like Sarah Huckabee chocolate-pecan pie-gate. I believe her but want a film of her making it, like an episode Pioneer Woman.

Then AJ Benza (Weinstein paid him $20,000 a month to help control media stories) was on Juicy Scoop not following Talking Points from Rosearmy and dissing actresses. Apparently some of them are flirty whores... That is not the narrative the media is promoting but tell me more (while I'm waiting for Harvey to be escorted to a jail cell because that is where he belongs).

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HowWouldIKnowThat wrote:
BTaylor wrote:
HowWouldIKnowThat wrote:How not even manslaughter?



Apparently the jury believed his story. It happened to be under his bench under a shirt and he just picked up the shirt and the gun fell out and just went off. Not sure why he was guilty of being in possession however. Sounds contradictory to me.


But you can get manslaughter for being reckless with a car, would think the same would apply with a loaded gun.


I know that’s why I’m confused as well. I assume they believe it was never his gun in the first place and therefore he would not have known it was there? That’s my assumption otherwise if he knew it was there and it was his he would be negligent in some way.

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BTaylor wrote:
HowWouldIKnowThat wrote:
BTaylor wrote:

Apparently the jury believed his story. It happened to be under his bench under a shirt and he just picked up the shirt and the gun fell out and just went off. Not sure why he was guilty of being in possession however. Sounds contradictory to me.


But you can get manslaughter for being reckless with a car, would think the same would apply with a loaded gun.


I know that’s why I’m confused as well. I assume they believe it was never his gun in the first place and therefore he would not have known it was there? That’s my assumption otherwise if he knew it was there and it was his he would be negligent in some way.

The Red State article linked above hypothesizes that the prosecution may have under-explained the manslaughter angle because they really wanted the jury to go for murder.

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I don't get why in this age of unlimited real-time information available at your fingertips and ubiquitous social networking, how everyone of these workers not in labor unions?
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Cause that's communism. Big Corps are people too who know what's best for you.

But in all reality unions were created in the age of mobstery, and are still pretty mobbed up. Especially in the east coast. Union leaders make millions in salaries, and go to meetings with a posse of bodyguards.

Others like auto workers arguably backfired and had the opposite run away effect.
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yeah but have they ever tried REAL communism? checkmate, Republicans

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Dont Tell Ray wrote:Cause that's communism. Big Corps are people too who know what's best for you.

But in all reality unions were created in the age of mobstery, and are still pretty mobbed up. Especially in the east coast. Union leaders make millions in salaries, and go to meetings with a posse of bodyguards.

Others like auto workers arguably backfired and had the opposite run away effect.

Quite a bit of hyperbole there.

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