Thursday Reckoning: Trump's Heap Of New Legal Troubles
The 11th Circuit Court has vacated Judge Aileen Cannon’s Order blocking the Department of Justice from investigating Trump’s stolen documents.
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It’s been a long siege and it’s far from over, but Lady Justice has been speaking rather loudly this week and none of what she has had to say is good news for the former President.
Thursday evening, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated Judge Aileen Cannon’s vastly unprecedented appointment of a special master for the stolen documents case and her order to prohibit the government from using the seized stolen classified documents in their investigation of Trump.
The 11th Circuit court’s opinion was based upon what legal experts kept pointing to, which is that everyone must be treated the same under the law and Judge Cannon’s order basically means no one can be investigated anywhere in the U.S.
Indeed, they wrote, “To create a special exception here would defy our Nation’s foundati…
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