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3 hours ago, Chuck Schwartz said:

Yesterday, a Judge ordered the Justice Dept. to release  the unredacted Mueller report...https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/518981-judge-orders-doj-to-publish-info-redacted-as-privileged-from-mueller

Hopefully, Congress (and the public) will eventually get to see more of Barr's redactions in the Mueller Report.  As I recall, the case of the Congressional subpoena of the unredacted Mueller Report is still pending at the SCOTUS.

This particular redaction is, apparently, about Barr prohibiting any indictments of Trump for his multiple counts of obstruction of justice of Mueller's investigation.

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13 minutes ago, Steve Thomas said:

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Um...

Do you want to tell him, or should I?

Steve Thomas

        Face Book and Twitter are miles ahead of the U.S. judicial system when it comes to holding Trump accountable for inciting violence and sedition.

       And how ironic that Trump is now whining about private corporations limiting "Free Speech," after his aggressive campaign to have NFL owners muzzle Colin Kaepernick and the Black Lives Matter protesters!

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The strange saga of the IRS' plague of broken printers

By BRIAN FALER 05/07/2021

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/05/07/irs-tax-returns-broken-printers-485749

“The IRS is struggling to catch up with a backlog of work, and a new report fingers a surprising culprit: broken printers.

A plague of non-functioning printers and copiers is making it difficult for the agency to process tax returns and provide other types of assistance, an independent agency watchdog said Friday.

“A major concern that surfaced during these walkthroughs [of IRS offices] was a lack of working printers and copiers,” the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration said.

Forty-two percent of printers for those involved in processing returns were unusable at the end of March. In the agency’s Kansas City outpost, officials are down to three working printers and “the employees we spoke with were concerned that they would have a work stoppage if these remaining devices became unfunctional.”

Some of the printers didn’t have ink and, in other cases, “the waste cartridge container is full,” the report said, noting the agency uses printers for everything from making copies of tax returns to preparing training packages for new hires.”

 

So there. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

Steve Thomas

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Murder Suspect Who Let His Tiger Prowl Around Houston Suburb Is Captured, Police Say

By Jamie Ross May. 11, 2021

https://www.thedailybeast.com/victor-hugo-cuevas-murder-suspect-who-let-his-tiger-prowl-around-houston-suburb-is-captured?ref=home?ref=home

“Victor Hugo Cuevas, 26, was out on bond for a murder charge when the Bengal tiger, which he reportedly keeps in his backyard, somehow got out. Cuevas fled the scene with the tiger when police responded to calls from justifiably terrified neighbors who filmed the cat from their windows. On Tuesday night, Houston police tweeted that Cuevas was in custody, but added, somewhat ominously: “The whereabouts of the tiger are not yet known.””

Well, alrighty then.

Steve Thomas

 

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