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Capt Gregory Prickett
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Downvoted for misrepresenting the legal process. The "51% rule" is not the threshold for indictment, the threshold is probable cause, a much lower level. Second, D'Sousa isn't presenting evidence, he's presenting fiction which has been debunked.
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MAJ Montgomery Granger
MAJ Montgomery Granger
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You're wrong. Have you ever served on a grand jury before? I have, for 31 days. Probable cause is the threshold for searches, seizures, etc. Voting me down was a low blow, something I thought was even lower than you, my troll would ever go. Now you need to vote yourself down for misrepresenting the legal profession, I will not stoop to your level. I remember my duty as a grand jurist very well, and the instructions and processes we received and performed, respectively. The threshold for indictment is very low, which is where the phrase, "A grand jury could indict a ham sandwich," comes from. The idea in American justice is that it is better to set free a guilty man than to convict an innocent man, is foundational. Perhaps you learned that in law school? The indictment is not a guilty verdict, but sets in motion the wheels of justice where in court the standard of conviction is either beyond a reasonable doubt, or on the preponderance of the evidence (more likely than not). D'Sousa's evidence has NOT been 'debunked,' but is leading to serious official investigations, which should have taken place immediately following the fraudulent 2020 presidential election. If you turn a blind eye to the evidence you are no better than the perpetrators of these crimes. Why would you defend the mules? Aren't you the least bit curious as to who PAID the mules to stuff ballot boxes? I thought attorneys were all about the search for the TRUTH, not covering it up.
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SFC Casey O'Mally
SFC Casey O'Mally
6 mo
MAJ Montgomery Granger Having JUST gotten off grand jury, Capt Gregory Prickett is correct. Probable cause is the standard for indictment. And, yes, it is LOWER than 51%.

We were consistently told that our job was not to EVALUATE the evidence. We were only to look at two things: If the evidence was obtained properly, andif, ASSUMING THE EVIDENCE IS TRUE, the charges being sought were valid. Was there a PROBABLE CAUSE to charge those crimes.
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Capt Gregory Prickett
Capt Gregory Prickett
6 mo
MAJ Montgomery Granger - I keep forgetting that you're a conspiracy theorist who doesn't believe in the Constitutional rights of anyone who doesn't look or think like you. BTW, I lost count of how many cases I've presented to the grand jury to get an indictment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBlszagUKjk
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PV2 Larry Sellnow
PV2 Larry Sellnow
4 mo
https://www.heritage.org/voterfraud Actual p[roven cases here
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