Sidney Powell is registered as a Military Lawyer who can Prosecute Treason

Posted by $ Dobrien 3 months, 1 week ago to History
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So exactly where does Sidney Powell fit in here? Well, prepare to Thank Her because she represents us all. She represents We, The People. Turns out from what we are being told (The Marshall Report), Sidney Powell is registered as what is referred to as a Military Attorney / Lawyer. This special classification gives her the ability to prosecute Treason at a Tribunal. This is HUGE, now we know why she stated that she was going to ‘blow up’ Georgia first, and referred to the Governor and the Attorney General. Both who stood by and allowed Voter Fraud to be committed right under their noses.
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  • Posted by $ allosaur 3 months, 1 week ago
    Now Comes the Plaintiff, Us!

    Representing not Trump but "We The People," Sidney Powell has published her much anticipated lawsuit on election irregularities in both Georgia and Michigan.
    The suits allege a massive number of votes are fraudulent and should be disregarded as well as describing unlawful acts taking place before, during and after the (so-called) count.
    Has the Kraken Powell promised been released?


    This is me a hungry dino finding something to do while awaiting the time to leave for my Thanksgiving dinner. Tic! Tic!
    BTW, more than 10 people will be there~~https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgxoZ...
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  • Posted by Bill54 3 months ago
    This is a very serious person in a very serious moment in our history. There is a special kind of patience we need right now in order for Sidney Powell to do her job. I keep telling myself this.

    Meanwhile the Biden cadre keep reminding us of the failings of the left in recent years. They are bent on resuming the failed presidency of Barak Obama. Time is short Sidney Powell.
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  • Posted by $ blarman 3 months ago
    I'd love to see a dozen or so people swing for what they've done to corrupt our nation. And if they were joined by a few dozen more, all the better. It should start with Comey, Clapper, Brennan, Obama, and Biden.
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    • Posted by $ 3 months ago
      You forgot George Soros and his Children.
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      • Posted by $ blarman 3 months ago
        I'm sure I've left off many deserving individuals and I have confidence that those on this forum could come up with a fairly good starter list - a list to which people would be added as real investigations were undertaken.

        I can just imagine the rats spilling their guts as soon as they were hauled in for treason. As a plea bargain, I'd offer them a one-way trip to another nation for 50 years minus one year for every other credible allegation. But for the big fish like those above - no pardon, no commutation. Swinging from a public rope is the one and only acceptable solution.
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  • Posted by $ Meerkat24 3 months ago
    Before I get my hopes up, is there a lawyer here in our group?

    The problem I see here is that this is a civil suit. From my experience, having been the plaintiff on the obviously 100% in-the-right side with clear evidence, civil suits take months of back and forth before even getting to the discovery phase.

    When the District Attorney and FBI (more of that part of the story later, maybe) refuse to pursue a crime (in my case a con artist business “partner” embezzling a few hundred thousand dollars) all one is left with (within the law) is a civil suit.

    First, you spend the time writing the complaint (the point at which Sidney is now).

    Then, you file the complaint with the court.

    Then you need a process server to serve the papers on each defendant (in Sidney’s case it may require courage and body armor).

    Then the defendant has time to file their response. Any scumbag defense lawyer with just a little bit of skill can start playing the “continuance” game. This can draw it out for a long time.

    In emergency situations, such as requesting an injunction or restraining order, you might be able to get an ex-parte hearing for the granting of that injunction—to stop whatever until the case is over. The defendant can file a counter complaint, and there are many ways to get the requested emergency injunction denied, or only partially granted.

    With a counter complaint filed, the defense can begin subpoenas, requesting a wide range of information that can be very cumbersome to produce. Simply answering these can become expensive and time consuming. If you as the plaintiff subpoena documents, the defense can file a motion to quash, and each of the moves can tack on another thirty days of wait time. Then there are the form interrogatories and special interrogatories, summons for depositions delayed by unexplained personal “emergencies” which add another thirty days, and so on.

    In my case, I was not allowed to remove the defendant from the premises. She only had to promise to not withdraw funds from the bank without my knowledge (what a joke). She continued to hang around and aggravate others. My entire staff believed I was in the right, but after about seven months of this, they began asking, “If she did all this, why isn’t she in jail right now?”

    The only way I see Sidney’s case working is if somehow a judge grants the injunction on the first hearing. If it is not granted, it will drag out, and after a few months, the whole nation (ignorant about how our legal system is set up to favor the defendant) will begin to wonder, “If this is true, why aren’t people going to jail?” The media will respond with, “Obviously, it was not true.” Hopefully, publicizing it as she did will make enough of the public aware that there might be some pressure on the courts to act expeditiously.

    Any lawyers here who can give some hope?

    Now, to pre-empt the obvious questions:
    Yes, I took solid evidence to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office. They agreed it was a clear case. However, all I got was a lecture as a “taxpayer” that it is my fault that the budget cuts make it impossible for them to take small cases, such as mine.

    Yes, I then went to the Campbell field office of the FBI. Again, they sympathized and shook their heads, saying, “Yes, you have caught her red handed.” However, all I got was an explanation of their policy, also due to limited resources, that they do not engage in any non-violent crime that involves less than a million dollars in losses. So, I asked the obvious question. “Are you saying that if I non-violently stole $900,000 from someone or some company, I could be certain that you would not come after me?” “Yes, I’m afraid so,” was the answer I got.

    Why didn’t I just take her off the bank account?
    Here is something that every honest businessperson needs to know about banks.
    Back when I trusted this person, she found a better bank that wouldn’t charge us for wire transfers. I let her go open the account, and it seemed fine because we were both on the account, just like the previous bank. However, with corporate accounts, it is not the corporation that has discretion with the account, it is the person who is the first signature on the card. (I guess she knew that.) No Board Resolutions could remove her without her consent. In fact, she had me removed, and there was nothing I could do. The banks claim that even IBM or Microsoft’s Board cannot remove the #1 individual on an account. That individual has to do it. Scary!

    Another fun fact that goes against honest people…
    You can’t sue someone for lying in pleadings. The counter complaint can be filled with fabrications, and there is no consequence. The honest person can end up buried in defending false accusations, and there are no consequences for the liar.

    It remains hard for me to get excited about any civil lawsuit, even when the plaintiff is obviously in the right!
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    • Posted by mccannon01 3 months ago
      Elsewhere in the Gulch I've said the Founding Fathers attempted to lay the corner stone of a justice system, but it has morphed into a legal system and the two are not the same. Your personal story illustrates the legal system where the innocent can be continuously victimized with little or no consequences to the guilty. Justice? What Justice? Thanks for sharing your story.
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  • Posted by $ AJAshinoff 3 months, 1 week ago
    Perhaps I don't completely understand, military lawyers focus not on the Constitution but on the UCMJ (uniform code of military justice). Servicemen are subject to the UCMJ, not the Constitution they are defending. Conversely, civilians are subject to the Constitution and not the UCMJ. How does she intends to prosecute anything with what she uncovers/exposes if her 'law' is not in concert with US Constitutional law?
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    • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 3 months, 1 week ago
      According to http://LawyerEdu.org, a military lawyer’s job is similar to a civilian lawyer in their day-to-day duties. Representing clientele under jurisdiction of military courts and law is the primary difference (Tribunals!!). The military attorney works exclusively with military law and justice and may be present in both civil and criminal cases.

      There are many different kinds of civil cases, ranging from the very personal to those involving large companies.

      I tried a search being more specific but got nothing but "fined a lawyer here, ask a lawyer there...etc, everywhere!". The company computer uses google and both are stupid. not laughing.
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