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(05-02-2018, 12:37 AM)sloonie Wrote: Ah...just desserts for a disgusting, vile display (the WH correspondent's dinner thingee...I could only listen to a minute or two
as I found it horrid)
Well, there ARE consequences!

https://dailyworldupdate.us/2018/04/29/b...g-attacks/
From link above...

BREAKING: Hulu Cancels Michelle Wolf’s Standup Special After Disgustisting Attacks
A statement put out by Hulu President Irwin R. Fletcher explains that “in light of recent remarks made by Michelle Wolf, we have elected to cancel the standup special”

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(05-01-2018, 10:51 PM)Deplorable Michele B Wrote: Regarding the indictments:

On some radio show - maybe Sean? today?  They were asking about when are poeple going to be arrested....saying the Statute of Limitations is running out on some of the crimes of some of these poeple.

If so, what are they waiting for?
What will happen if that is true?
Does the statute of limitations STOP "running" once an indictment is issued, maybe?  IDK these things, and like everyone else, I'm wondering WHEN we're going to start seeing arrests.  I was looking at the list of all the indictments, and it's an incredible list!  There's a lot to work through.

I wonder if some of the bad actors on the world's stage (think Iran, think Hezbollah) are "acting up" in order to run out the clock on some indictments for some of their 'friends.'

I think you are correct -- the indictment "stops the clock".

The answer to this question, in the first link of my search "does an indictment stop the clock", is:

https://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/what-...95461.html

And the first sentence is: "So long as the indictment was issued before the running of the Statute of Limitations, then the government can still prosecute you."

Other answers seem to back this up.

So. Much. Winning!
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(05-02-2018, 12:46 AM)Sassy Fringette Wrote:
(05-02-2018, 12:37 AM)sloonie Wrote: Ah...just desserts for a disgusting, vile display (the WH correspondent's dinner thingee...I could only listen to a minute or two
as I found it horrid)
Well, there ARE consequences!

https://dailyworldupdate.us/2018/04/29/b...g-attacks/
From link above...

BREAKING: Hulu Cancels Michelle Wolf’s Standup Special After Disgustisting Attacks
A statement put out by Hulu President Irwin R. Fletcher explains that “in light of recent remarks made by Michelle Wolf, we have elected to cancel the standup special”

Ah, thanks Sassy for fixing that.....I've been slippin' lately. (no, not sippin', though that isn't a bad idea!)
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(05-02-2018, 12:37 AM)sloonie Wrote: Ah...just desserts for a disgusting, vile display (the WH correspondent's dinner thingee...I could only listen to a minute or two
as I found it horrid)
Well, there ARE consequences!

https://dailyworldupdate.us/2018/04/29/b...g-attacks/

Looks like we're having an effect. Netflix news, next?

"Kathy Griffin's career? Hold my beer!" -- seems spot on!
P-p-p-pedovores: we're c-c-c-coming to k-k-k-kill you!  Yeah3  (Paraphrased from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgJvgESR920 )
Bake your noodle and get up to speed on "Q anon": https://imgur.com/a/DTeK7
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(05-02-2018, 12:59 AM)kkkken Wrote:
(05-02-2018, 12:37 AM)sloonie Wrote: Ah...just desserts for a disgusting, vile display (the WH correspondent's dinner thingee...I could only listen to a minute or two
as I found it horrid)
Well, there ARE consequences!

https://dailyworldupdate.us/2018/04/29/b...g-attacks/

Looks like we're having an effect.  Netflix news, next?

"Kathy Griffin's career?  Hold my beer!" -- seems spot on!
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Breaking 911 have just had their Twatter account suspended.

The blackout beckons.
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(05-02-2018, 12:37 AM)sloonie Wrote: Ah...just desserts for a disgusting, vile display (the WH correspondent's dinner thingee...I could only listen to a minute or two
as I found it horrid)
Well, there ARE consequences!

https://dailyworldupdate.us/2018/04/29/b...g-attacks/

Good for Hulu !! [Image: YAH155L.gif]
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(05-02-2018, 12:49 AM)kkkken Wrote:
(05-01-2018, 10:51 PM)Deplorable Michele B Wrote: Regarding the indictments:

On some radio show - maybe Sean? today?  They were asking about when are poeple going to be arrested....saying the Statute of Limitations is running out on some of the crimes of some of these poeple.

If so, what are they waiting for?
What will happen if that is true?
Does the statute of limitations STOP "running" once an indictment is issued, maybe?  IDK these things, and like everyone else, I'm wondering WHEN we're going to start seeing arrests.  I was looking at the list of all the indictments, and it's an incredible list!  There's a lot to work through.

I wonder if some of the bad actors on the world's stage (think Iran, think Hezbollah) are "acting up" in order to run out the clock on some indictments for some of their 'friends.'

I think you are correct -- the indictment "stops the clock".

The answer to this question, in the first link of my search "does an indictment stop the clock", is:

https://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/what-...95461.html

And the first sentence is: "So long as the indictment was issued before the running of the Statute of Limitations, then the government can still prosecute you."

Other answers seem to back this up.

So. Much. Winning!

Unsealing an indictment may stop one clock, but from what I understand it starts another clock running.
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(05-01-2018, 10:51 PM)Deplorable Michele B Wrote: Regarding the indictments:

On some radio show - maybe Sean? today?  They were asking about when are poeple going to be arrested....saying the Statute of Limitations is running out on some of the crimes of some of these poeple.

Just shows how little peeps know about the Legal System They depend on .

Delayed Discovery Rule.  

"Under the [delayed] discovery rule, the statute of limitations begins to run when the plaintiff suspects or should suspect that [his or] her injury was caused by wrongdoing, that someone has done something wrong to [him or] her" (Jolly v. Eli Lilly & Co. (1988) 44 Cal.3d 1103, 1110).

The delayed discovery suspends (delays, extends, lengthens) the statute of limitations deadline by not starting the SOL time period until the Plaintiff / victim discovers (or by the exercise of reasonable diligence should have discovered), both:

(1) the injuries or harm; and

(2) that was caused by the wrongdoing of the defendant / perpetrator.  

See (Jolly, supra, at p. 1109).

Generally, in "ordinary tort and contract actions," the limitations period begins when the "last essential element to the cause of action" occurs. (Neel v. Magana, Olney, Levy, Cathcart and Gelfand (1971) 6 Cal.3d 176, 187), that is, when the cause of action “accrues,” even if the Plaintiff was ignorant thereof, and even if he or she did not know the identity of the wrongdoer (tortfeasor) (Id. at p. 187).


Quote:Does the statute of limitations STOP "running" once an indictment is issued, maybe?  IDK these things, and like everyone else, I'm wondering WHEN we're going to start seeing arrests.  I was looking at the list of all the indictments, and it's an incredible list!  There's a lot to work through.

Yes . The matter is Tolled / Clock Stopped , as long as the Matter remains Under Seal . Once Opened the Speedy Trial stuff kicks in , and Federally it is just stuff . Can be a mess until the Rules of Court kick in after Arraignment . Being Grand Jury True Bill Actions , at least They are all Criminal in Nature , so the Rules aren't very flexible . Few of these Cases are going to drag on for years . Particularly if Federal Judges are on the Long List and taken Off Bench early in the unveiling period .

Quote:I wonder if some of the bad actors on the world's stage (think Iran, think Hezbollah) are "acting up" in order to run out the clock on some indictments for some of their 'friends.'

Interesting conjecture .
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