Alex Jones lawyers accidently send the whole contents of his phone to the sandy Hook families lawyers

Billy Hollywood

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That lawyer was absolutely paid off to send that phone over. They montreal screwjob'd Alex today.
I watched his lawyer's reaction when they panned the camera during the big reveal, expecting him to look guilty, he seems to be actually savouring it, starring right into Alex's watering eyes. That's cold.

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I watched his lawyer's reaction when they panned the camera during the big reveal, expecting him to look guilty, he seems to be actually savouring it, starring right into Alex's watering eyes. That's cold.

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If Alex is required to hand over docs in discovery and lies about their non-existence with his attorney's knowledge, he's putting his lawyer in the jackpot for disbarment. No secret deep state payment/drone strike/thermite paint needed; just the threat of losing your livelihood for doing something illegal.
 
I watched his lawyer's reaction when they panned the camera during the big reveal, expecting him to look guilty, he seems to be actually savouring it, starring right into Alex's watering eyes. That's cold.

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That's some deduction considering we can't see his face. Looks like a guy who knows hes just made a massive mistake to me
 

Billy Hollywood

Vince Vaughn is my friend!
If Alex is required to hand over docs in discovery and lies about their non-existence with his attorney's knowledge, he's putting his lawyer in the jackpot for disbarment. No secret deep state payment/drone strike/thermite paint needed; just the threat of losing your livelihood for doing something illegal.
Discovery: "The compulsory disclosure, by one party to an action to another, of relevant testimony or documents."

Text messages aren't the same as company files, nobody will go to jail for deleting them or dropping a phone in the toilet.

Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination: "A form of privilege, set out in the Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution, that gives an individual the right to refuse to answer any questions or make any statements that could be used in a criminal proceeding to help establish that the person committed a crime."

Attorney-client privilege: "A form of privilege that protects confidential communications between an attorney and a client that are made for the purpose of obtaining or providing legal advice from disclosure to third parties."
 

Billy Hollywood

Vince Vaughn is my friend!
That's some deduction considering we can't see his face. Looks like a guy who knows hes just made a massive mistake to me
Look, once I watched half a video of one of those body language experts on youtube, and the guy said that when someone feels shame, guilt or remorse, they look down and avoid eye contact. To look straight ahead, mantaining eye contact, means confidence, the fingers in front of the mouth means he's trying to hide his facial expressions and keeping his chin up, pointing towards someone, means defiance.
 
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Discovery: "The compulsory disclosure, by one party to an action to another, of relevant testimony or documents."

Text messages aren't the same as company files, nobody will go to jail for deleting them or dropping a phone in the toilet.

Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination: "A form of privilege, set out in the Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution, that gives an individual the right to refuse to answer any questions or make any statements that could be used in a criminal proceeding to help establish that the person committed a crime."

Attorney-client privilege: "A form of privilege that protects confidential communications between an attorney and a client that are made for the purpose of obtaining or providing legal advice from disclosure to third parties."
Attorney-client privilege protects counsel from disclosing the facts of a case that could incriminate their client. It isn't blanket protection in personal involvement in obstructing discovery.
 

Billy Hollywood

Vince Vaughn is my friend!
Attorney-client privilege protects counsel from disclosing the facts of a case that could incriminate their client. It isn't blanket protection in personal involvement in obstructing discovery.
Regarding phone records, only the time and numbers of phone calls or messages are compulsory, and it can be requested directly from the phone company. The actual content of the calls or messages are a completely different deal, you don't have to remember or to keep them, or even be accountable for losing your phone for example. After handing over the whole content of his phone 12 days prior to being in court, his lawyer didn't even bother to inform him about it, or took "any steps to identify it as priviledged, or protect it in any way", he had to learn it from the opposing legal counsel.

A lawyer that acts in such malicious way isn't doing so out of integrity or in the benefit of his client.
 
What sort of nutcase hands over a phone filled with kp to anyone? Remember how nana did it? He drilled holes through hard drives and threw them in the east river at night. Makes me think Jones is more of a slobrojoe type
 
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