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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Paphitis » Mon Jan 23, 2023 11:26 pm

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Kikapu wrote:That is called “entrapment” and Ritter should have been able to walk away from such accusations without guilt. :wink:


I have no idea why Ritter never contested based on 'entrapment'. But over the years I have come to learn that there is a great difference between "The Law' and getting Justice. Here .... it is WHO you know that counts! :wink:

Have you ever tried to 'take-on' The Police ..... in Cyprus? :shock:

First problem ..... they close ranks, then they tell lies, never answer the phone, never reply to or acknowledge e-mails or letters and are hostile and uncooperative ! If you still decide to carry on ..... you won't find a Lawyer to take your case, you need to go to one in the EU. Crossing the police can ruin a Lawyer, he gets marked as a trouble maker,

As for the Police complaints dept or the Ombudsperson ........ :D :D :D ........ you are better of talking to a chicken! The system is self servingly and often fraudulently corrupt, from the top down in ALL public service departments. :evil:


He did contest everything with his legal representation and he lost.

Authorities have a right to investigate as long as they have a warrant and suspected him of a crime for an ordinary citizen.

However, it is a little different for Ritter as he comes under the States Secret Act and that opens you up to a lot of things from the countries Secret Services who will see all your skeletons and dark secrets. What happens then is they get hand-balled to the FBI which is a law enforcement agent, who will then go and see a District Attorney for warrants and conduct their investigations.

And then the FBI conduct their investigation. Then they arrested him, and he was convicted.

Believe me. I kn ow about State Secret Acts. Been living under that dark shadow for nearly 20 years, even as a contractor for a long period. You can go to jail for 7 years even for a minor violation. And you can't do anything. If you cheat bon your wife, they will find out about it. You might think that is unimportant but to them it is important because in their eyes they believe you become a target and vulnerable to foreign state sponsored influence.

If you are active on porn sites, they will know about it. If you try and groom minors they will know about it and report you to the Federal Police.


Ritter is very careful and often refuses to answer questions when he has to reveal secrets he is not allowed to, while he always explains the reason.
He was never accused or convicted of anything like that.

What made him a target was his courage as a Chief inspector, to say that after years of investigation they did not find a single trace of any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, which was the excuse behind the American Invasion. That was not a State secret anyway. Biden was then a Senator and at a public hearing told him "you did your job and we thank you for that, and so the people who make crucial decisions were wrong. But those people are BEYOND YOUR PAY RANGE". :!: :!: :!:

There's a video in youtube, watch it.


Because they fucked him right up in the past and he was a naughty boy online trying to fiddle with kiddies.

The guy has a criminal record.
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Jan 23, 2023 11:34 pm

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There was absolutely no crime because the girl was an undercover police woman of at least 20 y.o.
That was a clear trap set by the Police, targeting Ritter for political reasons.


That is called “entrapment” and Ritter should have been able to walk away from such accusations without guilt. :wink:


It's because the law in the US punishes "intent" even those expressed verbally, with up to 10 years in prison either the person proceeds to execution of the intended crime or not.
Not so in the EU. The police has to set the suspect under surveillance, and collect evidence he was on the way of executing the intent.

The American system is flawed in many ways. While it's very fast and effective in locking every possible child molester behind bars, it also swipes many innocent on the way.
Entrapment is also allowed in the US when there was a previous complain by a parent.The parent's testimony is not required by the Court which takes it for granted there was one.
This leaves the police plenty of room for a setup.


That's called proper law enforcement.

If you plan a terrorist attack on the dark web, or plan to kill someone, then yes that is intent and as far as I am concerned, its the job of law enforcement to prevent these terrible acts from even taking place in order to protect the general public and society at large and the targeted potential victims.

If you were going to groom a 14 year old for instance for sex, then law enforcement needs to take every step to prevent that 14 year old from being harmed by a sexual predator, not sit by and let it happen before they arrest the scumbag. That's what law enforcement must do. I am pretty sure that all of us who have children expect that.


Provide evidence that Ritter was grooming a 14 y.o. rather than going round and round in circles.
Marika the bitch has a flawed legal system, and the state itself is known for Guantanamo as a place of accumulated abuse and injustice.
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Paphitis » Mon Jan 23, 2023 11:45 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
There was absolutely no crime because the girl was an undercover police woman of at least 20 y.o.
That was a clear trap set by the Police, targeting Ritter for political reasons.


That is called “entrapment” and Ritter should have been able to walk away from such accusations without guilt. :wink:


It's because the law in the US punishes "intent" even those expressed verbally, with up to 10 years in prison either the person proceeds to execution of the intended crime or not.
Not so in the EU. The police has to set the suspect under surveillance, and collect evidence he was on the way of executing the intent.

The American system is flawed in many ways. While it's very fast and effective in locking every possible child molester behind bars, it also swipes many innocent on the way.
Entrapment is also allowed in the US when there was a previous complain by a parent.The parent's testimony is not required by the Court which takes it for granted there was one.
This leaves the police plenty of room for a setup.


That's called proper law enforcement.

If you plan a terrorist attack on the dark web, or plan to kill someone, then yes that is intent and as far as I am concerned, its the job of law enforcement to prevent these terrible acts from even taking place in order to protect the general public and society at large and the targeted potential victims.

If you were going to groom a 14 year old for instance for sex, then law enforcement needs to take every step to prevent that 14 year old from being harmed by a sexual predator, not sit by and let it happen before they arrest the scumbag. That's what law enforcement must do. I am pretty sure that all of us who have children expect that.


Provide evidence that Ritter was grooming a 14 y.o. rather than going round and round in circles.
Marika the bitch has a flawed legal system, and the state itself is known for Guantanamo as a place of accumulated abuse and injustice.


I didn't say he groomed a 14 year old. He tried that with a 16 year old who happened to be undercover law enforcement.

Merika's legal system isn't flawed. It's one of the best legal system's in the world with due process and laws which are enforced by the Feds and State jurisdictions.

It's an expensive system though that favours those who can pay, but that's in every country. If you get into trouble, you will need to mortgage the house probably. But I think the state helps the poor because it is a right for every person to be represented.
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Kikapu » Tue Jan 24, 2023 12:35 am

Paphitis wrote:Merika's legal system isn't flawed. It's one of the best legal system's in the world with due process and laws which are enforced by the Feds and State jurisdictions.


Yes Paphitis, American legal system is the best legal system money can buy! :wink:
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Kikapu » Tue Jan 24, 2023 9:34 am

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It's an expensive system though that favours those who can pay, but that's in every country. If you get into trouble, you will need to mortgage the house probably. But I think the state helps the poor because it is a right for every person to be represented.


Well, the state does not help pay for ones legal team if one want to hire the “dream team” to get off murder charges of two people just like OJ Simpson had, costing millions. No, the state can offer the poor a Public Defender counsel paid by the state with a limited budget just to have some level of representation which is often futile for the client anyway, which is why the police will try to get a confession through any way they can from the suspect short of laying a hand on them for a quick trial which will save the state money. :evil:

No thanks to the Public Defender in this case! :wink:

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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Londonrake » Tue Jan 24, 2023 9:56 am

Brilliant film. I vaguely recall the prosecution frothing at the mouth when the Beeb showed it just before "The Angry Brigade (?)" verdict. :lol:
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Jan 24, 2023 1:21 pm

Lots of info about Scott Ritter and Diane Sare. She would be running for the Senate in 2024.
A discussion no sane person would fall asleep watching on "issues that matter"

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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Kikapu » Tue Jan 24, 2023 5:55 pm

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The guy has a criminal record.


How does this make Ritter’s opinions and facts which he talks about on the Ukraine/Russian war any less? :roll:
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Jan 24, 2023 10:26 pm

A podcast with Brian Berletic.
First time I 've heard such a deep analysis, and answers to so diffucult questions.
You won't find that in any forum, or media article.
Warning: the guy is pro-Russian, and what you will hear will make you lose your sleep, if you are pro Ukrainian. I got very worried, without been pro Ukrainian :!: :shock:

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3finWsL9rc3Qf0akRzbO2n
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Re: Ukrainian Issue

Postby Robin Hood » Wed Jan 25, 2023 8:39 am

Pyrpolizer wrote:A podcast with Brian Berletic.
First time I 've heard such a deep analysis, and answers to so diffucult questions.
You won't find that in any forum, or media article.
Warning: the guy is pro-Russian, and what you will hear will make you lose your sleep, if you are pro Ukrainian. I got very worried, without been pro Ukrainian :!: :shock:

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3finWsL9rc3Qf0akRzbO2n


He is NOT pro-Russian! Why is is that any source that does not follow the Western narrative is automatically tagged 'pro-Russian'?

I follow him most days and he always starts by pointing out the map he uses when talking movements in Ukraine, is a Pro-Ukraine map. What he does, as many independent journalists do, is point out errors in MSM reports and adds bits they leave out. He is ex-US military and has a good knowledge of weapons and tactics.

He may well pass comment and opinion but he is usually clear it is HIS opinion. :roll:
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