Discussion in 'The Dungeon' started by gixxerreese, Sep 24, 2019.
Cattle futures says otherwise.
Then why not explain it? It was staff not filing the proper paperwork and filing bankruptcy is not a crime. And the whinging ramps up to whining, next we have...
Just found out our great President will be speaking here on the 20th about 2 miles from my house.
Better stock up the fridge. Its going to be crowded.
I already gave you that opportunity, you listed one, and it bombed. If you have more, please do share. Just remember, Comey stood in front of the nation, listed her crimes, and then said there was "no intent" so she was given a pass.
Not really he is FAR more vindictive than Trump. This is not the first time he has gone off on his own party. Him and McCain are of the same cloth and I would love to see him get primaried and never come back.
The crime was committed
out of the bankruptcy but he made a deal to pay the fine and roll it into the bankruptcy. that is a difference,
Na, don't even Try it. you said you could point them out please do so
One small correction. After listing out the crimes committed, he stated that he didn't think any court would prosecute said crimes. The no intent was separate.
So wait, lets set the ground rules here cause again here we go with "ok it's a crime but they said they wouldn't prosecute" so Naaa yet when it comes to Hillary she's just plain ole guilty. How is it one way with you all?
the Man Just paid 25 mill for defrauding people
They just closed his Charity for basically using it as his own bank account.
Court documents named this dude as individual one, and you're like ….. Nothing to see keep moving lol
The fact that you can't distinguish between shoplifting and bank robbery is the problem here.
The fact of the matter is
money laundering is shoplifting isn't shop lifting either but since no charges were brought no harm no foul but again no charges have been brought Hrc either but she's the criminal and he's not got it.
You've got no clear standard of application. it's just what you feel it is but don't apply it evenly.
Both fall under robbery. There isn't much distinction needed beyond that.
Since I have no idea WTF you are talking about, I will assume you have me confused with someone else. I never said any of those things.
18 U.S. Code § 2232
There’s one. There’s more, but you already knew that right? If not, there’s no point in discussing it further and you can happily live in cloudsville.
Nope, maybe it try again in english. Are you saying the crime was discovered by the bankruptcy and the corporation paid the fine?
You do realize that isn't remotely close right?
He doesn't. I've got to hand it to him, he's consistent in his hatred of all things Donald Trump.
Yeah, I knew better as soon as I clicked the post reply button
*scratching head* So they're facing $$$ fines and charges for failing to submit their 'Suspicious Activity' reports. Would it not be a defense to simply state, "We didn't see anything suspicious"?
I think they were nabbed being lazy not reporting amounts that were subject to automatically being reported. The banks can report basically any suspicious activity as far as deposits, but they are "required" to report anything over 10,000. Not sure what the lower cutoff for casinos was/is.
Either way, T is trying to equate a Trump owned casino not reporting cash transactions of other people's money that may have exceeded the reporting requirement threshold to the Hillary campaign blatantly violating campaign finance laws via obvious money laundering tactics...with a paper trail.
It's an apples to dump trucks comparison.
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