By Jim Campbell
December 8th, 2108
This is just a very short list who indictments that have been issued.
With a total of over 50 thousand of them being worked on over 70 FBI agents over the past year.
Being found guilty of Treason comes with it severe penalties.
Most of those involved are guilty of both sedition and treason, here are the applicable statutes.(Source)
It would have been nice if the woman reading the contents of the video below had identified herself or the group she was involved, perhaps she fears for her life.
Remember Seth Rich when it comes to getting too close to the truth. (Source)
When you say the Mueller Investigation, please remember it is actually the Comey Investigation to Impeach as it was called by Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, two of the key FBI members of a team that Comey led through Bill Priestap’s counterintelligence department which is protected by a “National Security” blanket that allows them to conduct top-secret “operations.”
That didn’t go to well for you did it Chuck Schumer, Senate Minority Leader.
From July, 2016, on to this day, Trump has been under attack from the small group, the Trump operation, the secret society, the investigation to impeach, the Carter Page Dossier group, the George Papadopoulos FBI Counterintelligence operation, as it was called by Peter and Lisa in the 372 of the 50,000 text messages released so far.
Who among them may be taking the walk down the long green mile?
Peter and Lisa went on to lead the Mueller Investigation which was also aided and supported by other members of the Investigation to Impeach, which essentially became a group we call The Leaders of the Coup d’eat, or the Treasonous Traitors.
Any name you give this group, it is still a Witch-hunt that has turned into a George Soros style Regime Change. .
The Congress shall have Power to declare the Punishment of Treason.
Punishment. for Treason:
Please see the entire article below.
Constitutional power of declaring the punishment for treason by establishing the penalty of death, with seven years’ imprisonment for misprision of treason.nt’s harshest elements. The First Congress used its constitutional power of declaring the punishment for treason by establishing the penalty of death, with seven years’ imprisonment for misprision of treason.
The actual punishments for those convicted of the federal crime of treason have generally been more lenient than the statutory maximums.
Those convicted for their part in the Whiskey Rebellion were pardoned by President George Washington.
The United States government regarded Confederate activity as a levying of war, but all Confederates were pardoned by presidential amnesty. Max Haupt, convicted for giving aid and comfort to his alien son, was spared death and sentenced to life imprisonment.
(His son Herbert was convicted by a military tribunal for his role as saboteur, and executed.) Tomoyo Kawakita, convicted of treason for abusing American prisoners of war, was sentenced to death but had his sentence commuted to life imprisonment by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
By contrast, the Rosenbergs’ espionage convictions brought death sentences.
Of the two successful prosecutions for treason at the state level—Thomas Dorr in Rhode Island in 1844 and John Brown in Virginia in 1859—only Brown was executed.
Dorr was pardoned, and elements of the political agitations for which he was convicted were soon adopted into law in Rhode Island.