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southpaw Feb 7
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southpaw Feb 7
Replying to @nycsouthpaw
This alleged extortionate conduct by AMI is, among other things, intensely embarrassing to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York. And it is not advisable to be intensely embarrassing to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York.
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Nat Allard Feb 7
Replying to @nycsouthpaw
Why is it embarrassing to SDNY?
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southpaw Feb 7
Replying to @NatAllard
they just let them off the hook for a campaign finance violation based on a promise they'd be good
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southpaw Feb 7
Replying to @nycsouthpaw
Further background: SDNY recently let AMI off the hook for a campaign finance violation in the Michael Cohen case based on their promise that they'd be good boys and girls. If they've been ignoring that promise doing other dirty deeds, that's embarrassing.
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southpaw Feb 7
Replying to @nycsouthpaw
SDNY is not in a hurry to respond to my request for comment this pleasant evening.
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southpaw Feb 7
Replying to @nycsouthpaw
I think this instinct is right for an avg media co. Absent AMI’s known pattern of behavior and a non-pros agreement (which has a bunch of other charges that can spring back), it’d be out of the question. But I think we need to watch SDNY carefully here.
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southpaw Feb 7
Replying to @JoeNBC @morningmika
As we think about the situation law enforcement is confronting here, let’s not forget the story about the Trump White House threatening and with what AMI was gonna do.
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southpaw Feb 9
Replying to @nycsouthpaw
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