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Paul Manafort isn’t deserving of torture. Neither was Kalief Browder.
The bill allows dual prosecutions of people in the president's orbit who receive pardons or commutations.
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Double jeopardy or a way of circumventing a potential Trump pardon? Or both?
The problem isn't that a judge went easy on a rich defendant. It's that mandatory minimums make it impossible to do the same in many other cases.
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Meanwhile, meet a psychologically scarred man who disfigured himself while serving 22 years in solitary in Illinois.
Manafort, meanwhile, tried to conceal that he was still talking to Trump administration officials after he was indicted.
But WikiLeaks and Manafort have pushed back on the report.
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What does he know? And more importantly, who is the information about?
Liberal critics want the Senate to hit the pause button. Will it?
It's no surprise that the president's has shady associates. It's still damning.