Trump files lawsuit against RICO against Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debated each other on October 19, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debated each other on October 19, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Former President Donald Trump on Thursday filed what can best be described as a general grievance lawsuit against a multitude of actors involving the Democratic Party, the FBI and Russiagate.

The defendants named in the 108-page civil action include, but are not limited to, Hillary ClintonDemocratic National Committee, Democratic law firm Perkins Coie, former partner of that firm Michael SussmannAnswer. Debbie Wasserman SchultzFusion GPS, Christopher SteeleFormer Director of the FBI James Comeyformer FBI agent Peter Strzokformer FBI attorney Lisa page and Kevin Clinesmithand former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe. Also sued were a number of “John Does” and unspecified corporations.

“This is not a serious lawsuit,” tweeted former federal prosecutor and legal commentator Renato Mariottimade a prediction: “It won’t survive a rebuttal and is getting more attention than it deserves.”

The lawsuit was filed on Trump’s behalf by attorneys from Ticktin Law Group in Deerfield Beach, Fla. Matthew Gertzof the liberal/progressive media think tank Media Matters for America, immediately noted it’s the company Website is registered by URL That site was taken down from the web, but cached and saved versions of it exist. The lead attorney for the case, Peter Ticktin, wrote a book support Trump.

Ticktin was suspended from practicing law in 2009. according to a lawsuit filed by the Florida Supreme Court.

In that case, the high court said Ticktin committed “serious” and “serious” violations when he represented a client who the court said “was ultimately arrested and found guilty of fraud.” investors out of 20 million dollars.” He is currently in good form and has not had any discipline for the past 10 years, Florida bar records show.

Another lawyer in the case, Alina HabbaOnce complain that Facebook disabled ‘s account Siggy Flicker after Trump support former star on reality TV series Real Housewives of New Jersey wish Melania Trump a happy birthday. Habba also to sue niece Mary L. Trump on behalf of Donald Trump and has been associated with case related to E. Jean Carroll. Habba has also threatened to sue the Pulitzer Prize Council unless they Withdrawal of the prize for Russiagate’s report on New York Times the Washington Post.

Thursday’s lawsuit alleges the following 16 counts, but not all of them are alleged against all defendants. Below is a list of the lawsuits and a sampling of some of the named defendants:

(1) RICO violates the law;
(2) RICO Conspiracy;
(3) harmless falsehood;
(4) conspiring to commit false acts of harm;
(5) malicious prosecution;
(6) malicious conspiracy to prosecute;
(7) computer fraud and abuse;
(8) theft of trade secrets;
(9) violation of the Hosted Communications Act;
(10) agency (e.g. Clinton acted as principal and directed his agents to harm Trump);
(11) superior feedback (for example, Perkins Coie is “indirectly responsible for the torturing conduct of its agents, servants, agents, employees and/or contractors”);
(12) deal with superior/indirect liability towards DNC;
(13) superior/indirect liability response against the Clinton Campaign;
(14) meet superior/indirect responsibilities for unified GPS;
(15) superior/indirect liability response against Orbis Business Intelligence LTD;
(16) satisfy superior/indirect liability against Neustar.

RICO is the legal acronym for Racketeer Affected and Corrupt Organizations. A relevant federal statute lays down the civil grounds for action against such organizations.

Notably, the lawsuit doesn’t directly allege defamation – although it (introduction only) alleges that the Clinton Campaign and the DNC were carrying out “a nefarious scheme to discredit, authorize and smear” Trump.

The complaint alleges that Trump has lost “more than twenty-four million dollars ($24,000,000)” as a result of the alleged acts of various defendants and deserves compensation “for damages, including punitive damages, expenses, etc. and other reliefs such as [the] The court may consider it fair and appropriate. “

The opening salutation of the lawsuit is as follows:

In the run-up to the 2016 Presidential Election, Hillary Clinton and her colleagues orchestrated an unthinkable plot – one that stirred consciences and was an affront to democracy in this country. Acting in concert, Defendants maliciously conspired to fabricate a false story that their Republican opponent, Donald J. Trump, was colluding with a hostile foreign sovereign. The actions taken to further their scheme – falsifying evidence, misleading law enforcement and exploiting access to highly sensitive data sources – were outrageous, subversive and so agitated that even the events of Watergate pale in comparison.

Under the guise of ‘opposition research’, ‘data analysis’ and other political ploys, Defendants unjustly sought to sway the public’s trust. They worked together with a single, self-serving purpose: to defame Donald J. Trump. Indeed, their far-reaching conspiracy was designed to cripple Trump’s presidential bid by fabricating a scandal that would be used to trigger a baseless and provoking federal investigation. media frenzy.

The lawsuit further alleges that the so-called “Steele Dossier” was “completely exposed” as containing “false information, misrepresentations and, above all, fabrication.”

But the lawsuit itself has some dubious assertions. After pledging that “Trump and his campaign were forced to spend tens of millions of dollars in legal fees against” “warranted and unwarranted proceedings” led to the investigation of Mr. Special Lawyer Robert Mueller on whether Russian agents and agents influenced the 2016 election, the lawsuit found Trump was “exonerated from[d]”Because of Mueller’s findings.

“Justice will prevail in the end,” the lawsuit alleges. “[F]After a two-year investigation, Special Counsel Mueller further exonerated Donald J. Trump and his campaign with the finding that there was no evidence of collusion with Russia.”

The use of the word “exemption” in the case is notable, because Mueller himself said that his report did not “criticize” Trump for obstruction of justice. The case involves a grammar scam by cleverly but helpfully connecting the word “forgiveness” to “evidence of collusion” – and then not to the extent that Mueller claimed about the discovery. his present.

And, even then, Reuters law reporter Jan Wolfe immediately noted that a “led by the GOP Senate panel found that Russia used Manafort and WikiLeaks to try to help the Trump campaign.” Paul Manafortof course, was Trump’s campaign chairman – and a man Trump pardoned shortly before leaving office.

Trump’s lawsuit also heralds the special counsel’s fledgling investigation John Durham into how the government investigates Trump. It reads [emphasis ours]:

The full extent of the Defendants’ wrongdoing was gradually exposed by Special Counsel John Durham, who is leading the DOJ’s investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia conspiracy. To date, he has issued indictments against Sussmann and Danchenko, among others, for providing false statements to law enforcement officials. As set out below, these ‘speaking’ indictments not only involve many of the Defendants named in this document, but also provide a wealth of insight into the inner workings of the Conspirator’s business. accused. Based on recent developments and the overall direction of Durham’s investigation, it seems all but certain that additional indictments are coming..

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The suit adds that the various defendants spent time “undermining” Trump’s “presidential administration.”

The lawsuit is filed in the Southern District of Florida. The suit said that the location was appropriate “because at least one Respondent and Plaintiff resided there” and that “part of the events or omissions giving rise to Plaintiffs’ claims occurred. in this County.”

As for the claims that Clinton was behind it all, the lawsuit alleges the following:

Clinton, as principal, used the law firm Perkins Coie and Clinton Campaign as her agents to plot on her behalf against Trump to ensure that he would be falsely implicated. is colluding with hostile foreign sovereigns.

Specifically, the Clinton Campaign and the DNC under Clinton’s direction implemented a scheme to hire dishonest agents to assemble a collection of lies and allusions about Plaintiffs and hand it over to the FBI. Statements that have been disseminated are intentionally false and damaging.

Clinton directed the DNC and the Clinton Campaign to also withhold Perkins Coie, LLP to find evidence of malicious links between Trump and Russia prior to the 2016 Presidential Election.

The Clinton campaign and the DNC, under the direction of Hillary Clinton, directed its law firm, Perkins Coie, to hire an outside intelligence firm, Fusion GPS, to dig up Plaintiffs’ alleged connections with Russia in 2016. They paid Fusion GPS approximately $10 million to produce and propagate a false story that Plaintiffs colluded with the Russians.

Clinton attempted to conceal her involvement through a barrage of agents working on her behalf.

Perkins Coie was retained, tasked with leading a mission to find or fabricate evidence of malicious links between Trump and Russia before the 2016 Presidential Election.

Read the full document below:

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