What Bank Was It That Justice Kennedy’s SON Worked For?

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      Segami
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      What Bank Was It That Justice Kennedy’s SON Worked For?

       

      Wasn’t It Called The Deutsche Bank?……..Hmm….interesting. Then Kennedy suddenly retired and gave Trump the Kavanaugh SC appointment.

       

      “During Mr. Kennedy’s tenure, Deutsche Bank became Mr. Trump’s most important lender, dispensing well over $1 billion in loans to him for the renovation and construction of skyscrapers in New York and Chicago at a time other mainstream banks were wary of doing business with him because of his troubled business history.”

      — Reporting by the New York Times, June 28, 2018

       

       

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      (CNN) — Chief Justice John Roberts on Sunday issued a temporary pause on an order holding an unnamed, foreign government-owned company in contempt over a mystery court case related to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. The order puts on hold the contempt citation issued by a DC federal judge against the company related to a grand jury subpoena it received, but only long enough for the justices to decide whether they want to intervene in the case.

       

      The company asked the Supreme Court to intervene after a federal appeals court ruling that ordered the company to comply with the subpoena, which required it to turn over “information” about its commercial activity in a criminal investigation. The Supreme Court action also paused fines the company was facing for every day of noncompliance. The pause lasts until the court has time to review a response from the government due on or before December 31. The request to the Supreme Court is the latest twist in the secret case, much of which is under seal and has made its way through the federal court system with uncommon speed. This is the first known legal challenge apparently related to Mueller’s investigation to make its way to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court could separately be asked to hear an appeal of the case.

       

      So far as we know, the Court has never had a sealed argument before all nine justices,” said Steve Vladeck, a CNN Supreme Court analyst and professor at the University of Texas School of Law. “They can keep parts of the record and briefing sealed, and often do, such as in cases implicating trade secrets. But there’s no procedure in the court’s rules for having the whole case briefed, argued and decided under seal. The only times I’m aware of in which parties tried it, the court denied certiorari,” or the review of the case.

       

      The company’s challenge of the subpoena appears to have begun in September. In its ruling this past week, the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia offered few clues about the company and its country of origin or what Mueller’s team sought.

       

      https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/12/23/politics/john-roberts-supreme-court-pause-mystery-company-subpoena/index.html?__twitter_impression=true

       

       

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      ….AND Justin Kennedy becomes implicated along the way, will we see Trump use his ‘pardon’ authority to save Justin’s hide?

      Was there a secret agreement in place between Trump and Kennedy in exchange for his early SC retirement?

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      Which begs the ever deepening question, ‘How do you take your popcorn?’

      If you cannot dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit WC Fields

    • #6518
      Segami
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      A bit of butter, not too much…… 

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