DOJ Attorney Kathryn Fifield told Judge Trevor McFadden that she will not be able to prosecute Timothy Louis Hale until 2022 and she claims that is a conservative estimate.
Hale has been held as a political prisoner for six months now and even though the judge is angry with Fifield for arresting Hale before gathering evidence against him, he did not order hale released by his torturers.
Remember, Hale was arrested for trespassing, obstruction, and disorderly conduct. All are misdemeanors and he could be held longer than the time he is sentenced for even if he is convicted.
The January 6th political prisoners have been beaten on a regular basis with one man losing an eye from one of the beatings he got.
Amazing isn’t it. Liberals don’t want terrorists waterboarded but they are okay with beating Americans, blinding them in the process.
Judge Trevor McFadden told the far left DOJ attorney, Fifield, “You would not arrest [someone] then gather evidence later. That’s not how this works.” But he is mistaken. Considering everything else they are doing, manufacturing evidence after the fact is no biggie.
Julie Kelly wrote about Timothy Hale-Cusanelli at American Greatness:
In a bombshell hearing today, DOJ admitted it won’t have January 6 evidence ready until early 2022–and that’s a “conservative” estimate. Judge Trevor McFadden was not pleased. My report here: https://t.co/i2Epc0WJwN
— Julie Kelly (@julie_kelly2) July 30, 2021
During a status hearing Friday afternoon for Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, an Army reservist arrested on January 15 for his involvement in the January 6 protest in Washington, D.C., an assistant U.S. attorney admitted the government will not meet its discovery obligations for all Capitol defendants until early 2022.
Kathyrn Fifield, the lead attorney representing the Justice Department, informed Judge Trevor McFadden that the “incalculable” volume of video collected by the government related to the Capitol breach investigation will prevent defendants and their lawyers from accessing the full body of evidence against them for several more months. “No system exists to wrap its arms around [all this evidence],” Fifield told McFadden. This includes at least 14,000 hours of surveillance video plus thousands of hours of body-worn camera footage from law enforcement.
Fifield resisted setting a 2021 trial date for Hale; McFadden and Jonathan Crisp, Hale’s court-appointed attorney, told the government last month that unless a plea arrangement was agreed upon, a trial would be set for later this year because Hale already has been incarcerated for more than six months. “If we do set a trial date, the government cannot meet discovery obligations until early 2022. That’s a conservative estimate,” Fifield said.
The judge set a trial date for November 9th and Fifield doesn’t even need to think about asking for a continuance because this judge will release Hale with prejudice for not receiving a speedy trial like the constitution guarantees.
Corrupt Fifield could be putting off the trial dates as far ahead as she can in an effort to get them to confess in order to get away from the Gestapo.
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Author: Steven Ahle
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