The prince and the sex offender

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Whilst I feel he'll no doubt get off on some technicality or by paying her off his lack of genuine remorse and awareness speaks volumes. You reap what you sow when you spend half your life sucking up to various people of dubious morals
 

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I confess I don't like him, BUT.... I do not trust the American judiciary in any way with it's blatantly political control. I also don't understand how an Australian citizen can take legal proceedings against a Brit in an American court.
It all looks very much like a money chasing excersize to me, even if I don't trust or like Andrew.
 

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I confess I don't like him, BUT.... I do not trust the American judiciary in any way with it's blatantly political control. I also don't understand how an Australian citizen can take legal proceedings against a Brit in an American court.
It all looks very much like a money chasing excersize to me, even if I don't trust or like Andrew.
She’s a dual citizen is she not? Born in the US but lives in Aus and granted Aus citizenship but still retains US citizen status?
 

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I confess I don't like him, BUT.... I do not trust the American judiciary in any way with it's blatantly political control. I also don't understand how an Australian citizen can take legal proceedings against a Brit in an American court.
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She was born in USA.
US citizenship can be renounced (by the citizen), but not revoked (by the Government). Revocation would violate the 14th Amendment.
And, fwiw, it's really only the Supreme Court that's under 'blatantly political control. Lower courts tend to rule on law or make rulings that can be appealed to a higher court, with the Supreme Court being the highest - and where members are appointed by politicians.
 
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She was born in USA.
US citizenship can be renounced (by the citizen), but not revoked (by the Government). Revocation would violate the 14th Amendment.
And, fwiw, it's really only the Supreme Court that's under 'blatantly political control. Lower courts tend to rule on law or make rulings that can be appealed to a higher court, with the Supreme Court being the highest - and where members are appointed by politicians.
I've watched "Making a Murderer" on Netflix. The US criminal system is corrupt to the core :)
 

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She was born in USA.
US citizenship can be renounced (by the citizen), but not revoked (by the Government). Revocation would violate the 14th Amendment.
And, fwiw, it's really only the Supreme Court that's under 'blatantly political control. Lower courts tend to rule on law or make rulings that can be appealed to a higher court, with the Supreme Court being the highest - and where members are appointed by politicians.
Are judges not chosen by the ruling President/their office's minions or voted into office?
 
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