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Mon Aug 21, 2017, 03:15 PM

1. Is there anyone left in the judicial system who hasn't been bought, already?

Macri has taken the country into Twilight Zone territory, by now.

Slight mistake, not acknowledging the value of undisclosed assets. Could happen to any villain. That sounds exactly like how the Cuban oligarchs dealt with tax statements in Cuba before the country threw them out: they ALWAYS wildly undervalued their property for tax purposes, so when Cuba offered them the official value in compensation, they were out of luck. Refused to take it. Claimed they had been robbed.

Meanwhile, owners in Europe, Canada, etc. went ahead and settled decades ago with Cuba, while the US owners kept shrieking Cuba had "stollen" their property.

This information about Socma, being a partner to Odebrecht, and the Blackewood Group is new here, I believe. Very big, big big stash they've squirreled away for themselves.

How many times are we likely to hear of money laundering charges, and tax evasion charges being remanded to a civil court? Who knew that cdould even happen?

Sure hope Macri's streak of luck will crumble before his eyes, and our eyes. Sooner than later, much sooner.



Macri, reporting to work.

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