Prosecutors Hint at New Conspiracy
by Glenn Kirschner, …with Justice Matters
[ Editor’s Note: The ‘Spoke and Hub’ conspiracy charge came as a wonderful surprise, making me wonder why none of the legal beagles had brought it up before. With the precedent already having been set, there are no big hurdles of having to establish case law by winning one.
With the army of attorneys on the US payroll, why was this missed during this intensely debated controversy? Color me suspicious.
This is not only bad news for Trump, but also for all of his satellite operators, militias and political grifters. He has always been “the don”, “El Trumpo” for the hillbilly rabble. Their attorneys are now faced with a steeper uphill climb to keep their clients out of jail.
This is a good sign that despite the case load numbers generated by the insurrection, someone seems to have been tasked at DoJ to review the statute book for all available prosecution tools… Jim W. Dean ]
Two important developments in the insurrection cases: First, A DC appellate court issued an opinion that should make it somewhat easier to keep insurrection defendants jailed pending trial. Here is a review of that opinion.
Second, a new filing by prosecutors in one of the insurrection cases suggests that they are contemplating pursuing a “hub-and-spoke” conspiracy prosecuting that could spell real trouble for Donald Trump. Here’s why . . .