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Thread: Quashing the Russian Indictment

  1. #21
    When loading my Android I noticed something cool!

    The pdf files work great but when I "Save As" jpg the R4C Summonses decode improperly. I experimented a bit and believe this is spyware encrypted into the pdf file by the PACER Tech, at that stage of publication. More recent devices will not detect any protocol errors. It is likely so DoJ investigators can easily find where the pdf files are being made available, like right here on StSC.

    Maybe the Russians are doing it?

    I even went back to the pdf that was not R4C'd and re-saved it jpg. And it comes up fine on the Android still. So it is not something that changed with my devices.

    Last edited by David Merrill; 05-08-19 at 04:44 PM.

  2. #22
    Why aren't the trolls weighing in on this?

    We have 3 summons, one each to:
    Internet Research Agency - doc 124 - REFUSED
    Concord Catering - doc 125 - REFUSED
    Concord Management - doc 126 - REFUSED

    The process server, Eric J. Reese, declares to have "executed and returned this summons" and "I delivered a copy of the summons to SERGEI PTOR OF THE PROSECUTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION on..." The date is blank on 124 & 125. The only summons with a date is doc 126 for Concord Management, the only party to appear and answer.

    So does the server bring the original and a copy, or just the original and ask to use Sergei's copier to make defendants copy? Because they're exactly alike except for color vs B&W.
    And notice each summons has strikeout lines that are initialed on the left by what appears to be S-squiggle. And the refusals appear to be initialed by that same S-squiggle. I think that is Sergei Ptor initialing; who may not even be authorized to receive service.

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    Docs 117, 118 and 119 are blue-ink originals; return of service.
    Last edited by marcel; 05-09-19 at 01:46 AM.

  3. #23
    The government filed a 5 page Memo in Opposition yesterday:

  4. #24
    My guess is the Russian Federation has as much interest in keeping the "prosecution" looking alive as TRUMP does, being that he is unimpeachable. He is not even the President.

    There is nothing happening because Dabney is not a federal judge. And she was allegedly appointed by a fraud for a President (2017). The "defendants" are actors, but prepaid. Everybody thinks TRUMP is President. Dinner theater.

    P.S. At a glance, I do not see the USA continuing any prosecution. More, the USA is behaving the defendant now.
    Last edited by David Merrill; 05-10-19 at 03:46 PM.

  5. #25
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    Yeah, with the prosecution releasing prohibited information and opinions regarding the guilt of the accused and the evidence is indication this case is more about PR, spin and propaganda than justice. Manufacturing a false narrative (Russia bad, Trump bad). What we're finding out is ... the FBI was spying on the Trump campaign, and Russia didn't "hack" the election. And even if the allegations are true, all we have is a little campaign advertising by some Russians. Nevermind moving the needle, a paltry $100k spent isn't even enough to wake the needle. And someone points out:
    we have -at least- 4 major omissions in the Mueller investigation and report:

    1) the Mueller report failed to consider whether the dossier authored by former MI6 spy Christopher Steele was Russian disinformation (and Steele was not charged with lying to the FBI).

    2) Mueller’s portrayal of Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud as a Russian agent – when available evidence suggests he may have been a Western agent.

    3) Mueller declined to talk to the VIPS, who offered evidence that the DNC servers were not hacked but content was copied onto a disk at the server’s location

    4) Mueller refused to hear Julian Assange, who offered evidence that it was not the Russians that had provided WikiLeaks with the emails.

    and we have AG BARR appointing DURHAM to investigate FBI spying:

    On May 15th Concord attorney Eric DUBELIER filed 11-page REPLY IN SUPPORT OF ITS MOTION...

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