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Saturday, October 30, 2021

Leaks and Executive Privilege

Here's another question posing as a post. Suppose the Biden Administration just leaked all of President Trump's Jan. 6th communications to the press. Or "someone" leaked them. Would Trump have any remedy? If so, what?

Posted by Gerard Magliocca on October 30, 2021 at 09:27 PM | Permalink

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thanks for the great blog

Posted by: VillPace | Jan 5, 2022 10:07:56 AM

Finally, the ability of tumor cells or pathogens to evolve resistance or evasion mutations remains poorly investigated.

Posted by: io games | Dec 8, 2021 3:15:29 AM

thanks for the blog

Posted by: sara | Oct 31, 2021 1:21:30 PM

Well, at least if someone does that claims of "executive privilege" sort of slither off into the corner to die, because "privilege" requires "was kept secret/not revealed"... and there's no admissibility issue in the court of public opinion.

Posted by: C.E. Petit | Oct 31, 2021 12:42:21 PM

In other words, the public has the right to know the truth of the matter just as the public has the right to know the truth about the vaccine.

“Even if selective inhibition of individual PCSKs can be achieved, systemic long‐term inhibition will most likely have detrimental effects, as PCSKs are required for the activation of hundreds of cellular substrates. Thus, local applications such as targeted treatment of tumors or topical treatment of bacterial and viral infections may be more feasible than systemic therapy. Finally, the ability of tumor cells or pathogens to evolve resistance or evasion mutations remains poorly investigated. For example, several substrates such as dengue virus prM harbour suboptimal furin target sequences and may optimise their cleavage sites upon therapy to enable sufficient cleavage in the presence of inhibitors.”

Therapeutic inhibition of furin, page21

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6682551/

For only if the problem is seen in perspective can we see its solution in perspective.” -FDR

Through The Freedom Of Information Act, we have a right, and the Government has a duty to provide us with information regarding systemic long‐term inhibition of furin or we simply cannot give informed consent. Let us see any research the vaccine manufacturers did in regards to systemic long term inhibition of furin, and if it does not exist, the vaccines remain experimental.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2666634020300210

Posted by: Nancy | Oct 31, 2021 10:39:00 AM

We can’t know what a possible remedy is if we do not know whether a proposition is true or false due to insufficient evidence.
“For only if the problem is seen in perspective can we see its solution in perspective.” -FDR

Evidence can be used to support or undermine a proposition, exposing it to be either true or false.

Posted by: Nancy | Oct 31, 2021 10:09:31 AM

But Biden anyway, wants or has decided to release them (though to Congress). Why would he do it then?

But suppose to the press:

Then he may have potential remedy. This is because, It wouldn't serve any purpose, but illicit one Trump may argue. Why to leak it? Why to the press? Such communications bear private ones. He had to review it before selectively choosing only those relevant to riots. So, anyway, the illicit purpose, the backmind would be well manifested so, Trump may argue.

But effectively, if already leaked, what can he request or demand from court (not confuse right with remedy):

If newspapers, outlets etc... have not yet published it, he may ask the court:

First, to be provided with list of press firms that have been provided or got the material. And second, ask the court to order them, not to publish it. Means sort of injunction or preliminary remedy.

Thanks

Posted by: El roam | Oct 31, 2021 6:38:07 AM

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