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Mon Jan 27, 2020, 02:13 PM

Ken Starr: rich

hearing him defend the orange heinous, with all the self-righteousness one can muster.

Starr is in the dictionary under "failing upward."

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Response to cilla4progress (Original post)

Mon Jan 27, 2020, 02:15 PM

1. Starr defended Jeffrey epstein

In 2007, Starr joined the legal team defending Palm Beach billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who was criminally accused of the statutory rape of numerous underage high school students.[48] Epstein would later plea bargain to plead guilty to several charges of soliciting and trafficking of underage girls, serve 13 months on work release in a private wing of the Palm Beach jail, and register as a sex offender.[49] Starr said he was “in the room” when then-US attorney Alex Acosta made the deal that yielded the plea bargain for Epstein and later described Acosta as “a person of complete integrity,” adding that “everyone was satisfied” with the agreement. [50] In early 2019 a federal judge ruled that because prosecutors failed to disclose the deal to Epstein's victims, they had violated the Crime Victims’ Rights Act (CVRA) which entitles victims to know about significant events in their cases.[51] Acosta, who later served as Secretary of Labor, resigned that role in mid 2019 under pressure over the perceived lenience of the Epstein deal. [52]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Starr

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Response to spanone (Reply #1)

Mon Jan 27, 2020, 02:34 PM

2. If I were guilty of a crime

I'd want an attorney skilled at defending guilty people and getting them off. If I were a criminal I wouldn't give a shit about the law.

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Response to spanone (Reply #1)

Mon Jan 27, 2020, 02:47 PM

3. wow.

Cabal much?

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