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Sat Feb 1, 2020, 11:43 PM

12. He was constitutionally required to preside over a fair and impartial trial. His presence

Countenanced that the constitution was not being respected. He knew going in that it was not impartial and that witnesses and evidence were being withheld from the start. He had more power than he even tried to use. Instead the chief justice allowed his office to sanctify a totally irregular procedure. What he has learned by now, that Graham and Cippilone, at the least, were compromised, should allow the prosecution to request a mistrial.

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