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DNC "hacking": "Why Would The Victim Of A Crime Not Turn Over Evidence?" Trey Gowdy

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 Cinnamon    23,102

Yeh, why wouldn't they? Uh, no they did NOT do that! 

DHS: You'd have to ask them... wtf? WHY aren't they asking them? 

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 apache54    4,918

just more cover up from scumbags!! they are not going to report this because they don't want information obtained from the investigation to show them as criminals!!

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 Cinnamon    23,102
Just now, apache54 said:

just more cover up from scumbags!! they are not going to report this because they don't want information obtained from the investigation to show them as criminals!!

It's becoming more obvious to the sheep, I hope! 

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 apache54    4,918
3 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

It's becoming more obvious to the sheep, I hope! 

I hope it is that is our only real hope is wake enough and piss them off enough to do something!!

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 Groove    1,957

And that my friends is the question on the year! 

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 phxsparks    854
7 hours ago, ESET said:

 

To me the obvious answer is; turning over evidence of the crime will expose other crimes committed by the victim.

An hypothetical example of this would be someone was robbed and they will not call the police.

They won't call the police because the police would discover that they were in possession of a kilo of blow or weed.

And, if the perpetrator was reported and caught, they might "rat" them out.

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