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[–] Iyd10 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

When all these people start being arrested for money laundering, it's not good enough. The masses will turn their heads and think "oh well, it's just what rich people do" without questioning the source of all the money. It's not good enough until the source is exposed. And we know what that is.

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[–] FuckUredditFuckuSpez 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

jesus christ.. let the Unprecedented History play out a bit.. Before getting Upset about things that Haven't happened. Just fucking think about what is going on.. We are so use to crazy shit happening on a regular basis that It's hard to realize how fucking crazy this actually is... But It's fucking crazy. And there is zero reason to be pessimistic. Seriously.

This IS far exceeding anything anyone thoguht possible... Ask anyone 2 months ago, If they thought Any of these people would be indicted... "No. None. Absolutely not"

But Now ask them that.. So let the shit Lay before getting upset... Apparently our thoughts actually affect shit- So it can only hurt to be pessimistic especially when we have every reason to be optimistic.

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[–] Iyd10 ago 

Not pessimistic, upset or anything of the sort. Simply stating that until the crimes behind the money laundering are exposed, it's not over. The bottom line is that by simply looking at history, it's pretty common for people to be charged with money laundering but never with their other crimes.

That said, I think what's happening now is great. I have a lot of faith that the pizzagate community will blow the lid off this. And that was my attempted point. Until the masses are aware of the crimes behind this, all the arrests (while wonderful) are not good enough. Even if they are never charged for the murders and trafficking. Until this is brought to light, and the people know what's going on, it'll just happen again.

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[–] ListenUp 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago 

Actually when you think about it, the swamp is already drained...Hillary isn't president and that ALONE unclogs things pretty nicely.

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[–] Matt_Helm 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

The pedo ring won't be exposed if they go after the Podestas it will be for something boring like tax evasion or money laundering. That is the only way to get a jury to convict them. The normies won't believe pedogate is real unless they see video of the Podestas raping kids but those videos won't ever be shown in court so the only way to nail the Podestas to put them behind bars is to charge them for something normal low-information citizens will be able to understand. That's the sad reality but it worked in the past they nailed Al Capone for tax evasion when they could never get the evidence for all the murders he paid for.

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[–] Iyd10 ago 

This is what concerns me, but I honestly believe if pizzagate/pedogate continues to bring attention to the issues then it doesn't matter if they are charged for the real crimes. Send them to prison for the money laundering, but don't let this topic die just because they're in prison.

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[–] Terraeri1 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Everyone is talking about these sealed indictments, but can anyone tell me how unusual it is? Is it common practice🤔

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[–] wecanhelp 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Very good question, and there has been a brief discussion about this where we did a little math. Now bear in mind that there are a number of explanations for the phenomenon, and ultimately nothing guarantees that these are the people we want them to be. Confirmation bias is a strong bitch.

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[–] Terraeri1 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

That helps alot, thanks! So by the looks of it something big is happening either way!

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[–] bgrenual 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

These could be literally anything. I work in the industry. This is no guarantee whatsoever that there are tons of indictments against public figures coming.

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[–] Terraeri1 ago 

Thanks for the reply. So is it pretty normal to see that amount of sealed indictments?

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[–] FuckUredditFuckuSpez ago 

no fucking shit- But lets hope its not... It sure would be a back fire if it were nothing.

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[–] fogdryer ago 

Why and how are they sealed

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[–] Blacksmith21 [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

33 Now

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[–] 2impendingdoom ago 

I think that the fact that the number of indictments keeps going up is a good sign. Obviously if it was only going to be Flynn and his son, they would have stopped at just the two, and remember Flynn WANTS to testify under oath (so he's not a good defendant). 33+ criminal indictments is a lot of swamp no matter who.

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[–] Synxsynxsynx ago 

It would be super awesome if you uploaded these things on just about anything else but google drive.

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[–] Blacksmith21 [S] ago 

Hey I just call 'em as I see 'em. No great way to show the source, right? It's the same thing you see being posted elsewhere, just in original format.

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[–] SavedbyJCfromRSA_MK ago  (edited ago)

In the District of Columbia for the days 10/31 - 11/7, all seven Indictments listed are not sealed, the accused persons name is listed on all of them.

ALL 31 indictments since 11/7 have been SEALED Indictments.

How out of the ordinary is this? 31 Sealed Indictments in a row?

How about the prior week and the past year?

If this is a first in DOC this year, ......... es importante!

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[–] Are_we_sure 1 point -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Yes. You need a baseline for comparison. 4chan started gettting excited about sealed indictments after Mueller used a sealed indictment with Papadopoulous. So now every sealed indictment must relate to Mueller.

This is just like people starting noticing sex traffickers arrested and attributed them to trump when most of the cases were from sting operations that run every year.

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[–] Mej777 ago 

Uzbek Uranium truckers anyone?

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[–] Blacksmith21 [S] ago 

That's funny - an FBI friend made the reference to "Ukbek truck drivers" = "We are all Marco from Tropoja".

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[–] ZunarJ5 ago 

Soon there will be thousands.

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