Skip to comments.Ex-Secret Service agent files $1.5 billion RICO case against Clintons
Posted on 07/02/2018 6:59:17 AM PDT by Gideon300
Former Secret Service agent Gary Byrne has filed a mega-RICO civil lawsuit against Bill and Hillary Clinton, their foundation, John Podesta, Media Matters, David Brock and even George Soros charging they are involved in an epic criminal conspiracy against him because of his role in the impeachment and his authorship of a tell-all 2016 book called Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate.
But hell have his work cut out for him. The judge assigned to the case in D.C. District Court, Paul L. Friedman, is a Bill Clinton appointee.
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I can envision the following. Hillary screaming at Slick: "You IDIOT! I told you we have to be prepared for this kind of shit! But, NOOOOO.. (ZING! ashtray) You said it costs too much to keep one of our hit-men on retainer! (ZING! lamp)
“...The judge assigned to the case in D.C. District Court, Paul L. Friedman, is a Bill Clinton appointee...”
Conflict of Interest...
Different judge should be assigned...If not, good grounds for appeal of the decision...
I wonder if there is a Clinton exclusion in life insurance policies.
Best to get your affairs in order Gary. Life insurance, last will and testament, etc.
And be very careful who/what firm you hire to protect you and yours.
Yes, this is delicious, and about time.
Judge needs to recuse himself or be removed from the case somehow.
Of course, another Clinton supporter may take his place.
This will get tossed out. The ole “has no standing” excuse will be used.
My lonely crusade is to de-fetishize lawsuits around here. Theyre not the magic bullets theyre supposed to be. First you can slap whatever number you want onto them, so if you see them described by dollar terms you should avoid getting taken in by the label. Second, only the government can bring true RICO claims. Third of the claims are RICO-like, the plaintiff probably doesnt have standing. Fourth, even if the plaintiff has standing, theres proabavly statute of limitations problems with at least some of the claims
Hey....go big or go home.
This is old news. Couple of weeks old. It’s Fake News also.
So why does it keep getting posted to Breaking News?
What an awesome reply! You should make a little macro so that whenever someone posts about a lawsuit, your post gets pulled up and attached to their post.
If this guy dies unexpectedly, we’ll know he was on to something.
I think he made one mistake saying the stress level is causing him to want to take breaks sitting on a park bench in a lonely area of Fort Marcy Park.
At the presentation of The Honorable Charles R. Richey Equal Justice Award from George Washington University Law School, ALI Secretary Paul L. Friedman... told the audience that when he allowed John Hinckley Jr. to take trips out of the hospital with his parents, the hate mail he received was serious enough that he and his wife briefly got extra protection from the U.S. Marshals Service.
His more recent decision (in July 2016) to allow Hinckley to live full-time out of the hospital didnt receive as much negative feedback as he expected. “Thirty-four years after the event, any other patient at Saint Elizabeths Hospital, except one who tried to kill a president, would have been out a long time ago,” said Judge Friedman.
Needless to say this judge maybe should recuse himself.
This was breaking news about two weeks ago. For reasons that I explained back then, the RICO claims will not survive a motion to dismiss — and this has nothing to do with the politics of the judge.
WRT statute of limitations, his claim is that the conspirators retaliated against him for publishing a book that injured Hilary's chances of winning the presidency. At least that claim is recent.