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BREAKING: Judge Merchan Edited The “Tainted Jury” Facebook Post?

Oh my, this story is getting more and more wild by the minute!

And like I always tell you, it’s always late in the day on a Friday when they hope no one is watching.

But I’m watching!

And I’m bringing you every single detail!

So first let me catch you up in case you don’t know….

This story just broke a few minutes ago:

TRUMP NEW YORK MISTRIAL? New Letter From Judge Merchan Reveals Jury Pool Tainted!

I will repost that entire story below in case you missed it, but it is INCREDIBLE!

But now let's advance the story....

Now we just learned that although Judge Merchan did inform both parties of the possible tainted Jury, even in doing so it appears that he deceptively edited the Facebook Post in question.

At least, that is, according to Mario Nawfal who just posted this:

Does this one Facebook post now simultaneously prove a tainted Jury and also a biased Judge?


Here was our original report in case you missed it (this story is moving fast):

TRUMP NEW YORK MISTRIAL? New Letter From Judge Merchan Reveals Jury Pool Tainted!

What do I always tell you....the BIGGEST stories always drop late in the day on Friday.

And right on cue today we got the biggest one I've seen in quite a while.

Remember that whole Guilty Verdict thing that the Far-Left was celebrating all week?

I hope they enjoyed it because it might be right out the window, at least according to a new letter just sent by Judge Merchan to all parties.

This is huge, take a look:

Laura Loomer confirms:

Read the full letter here:

NBC News confirms:

The New York judge overseeing Donald Trump's hush money trial has asked attorneys in the case about a social media post purporting to preview the former president's guilty verdict.

“Today, the Court became aware of a comment that was posted on the Unified Court System’s public Facebook page and which I now bring to your attention,” Judge Juan Merchan wrote in a letter dated Friday.

“My cousin is a juror and said Trump is getting convicted,” the post stated, according to Merchan's letter. “Thank you folks for all your hard work!!!!”

Merchan said that the comment, which was attributed to a user identified as Michael Anderson, was "now labeled as one week old," and was posted in response to a routine notice from the court posted on May 29 about oral arguments unrelated to proceedings in Trump’s case.

NBC News has not verified the claims made in the comment or the identity of the user who published the post, which has since been deleted. NBC News also hasn't independently confirmed the comment’s existence.

A Trump campaign official said "we're investigating" when asked about Merchan's letter.

Attorneys for Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Friday afternoon, nor did a spokesperson for the Manhattan district attorney's office.

So now the big question.....

Does this rise to the level of tainting the jury pool?

And if so, is that grounds for a mistrial?

In New York, if it is discovered that a juror has been discussing the case with outside third parties or has prejudged the case, it can indeed be grounds for a mistrial. The integrity of the jury process is paramount, and any actions that compromise this integrity are taken very seriously.

Here are the relevant points regarding jury tampering and potential mistrial in New York:

  1. Jury Impartiality: Jurors must remain impartial and base their verdict solely on the evidence presented in court. Any external influence or communication about the case can compromise this impartiality.
  2. Investigation: If there is evidence or suspicion that a juror has been talking to outside parties or has prejudged the case, the judge will typically conduct an investigation. This might involve questioning the juror and other relevant parties.
  3. Prejudice to the Case: The judge will assess whether the juror’s actions have caused prejudice to either party in the case. If the judge determines that the juror’s behavior has indeed affected the fairness of the trial, this can be grounds for a mistrial.
  4. Mistrial Declaration: If a mistrial is declared, the trial is essentially invalidated. This means the trial must start over with a new jury. The decision to declare a mistrial is a serious one and is usually a last resort.
  5. Legal Precedents: There are various legal precedents in New York where mistrials have been declared due to juror misconduct. Each case is evaluated on its own merits, and the specific circumstances will dictate the judge's decision.

Things just got VERY interesting my friends!

I sure hope Democrats enjoyed that "Trumped up" Guilty Conviction while it lasted, because their 15 minutes of fame is almost up!

Trump told us all along....IT WAS RIGGED!

And like manna dropping from heaven, now it appears we have evidence that confirms the rig job.


Liberals in 3, 2, 1......


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