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After Wikileaks Trial Schulte Got Obstruction Conviction Dropped Now Sleak Sealed Trial III

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Aug 29 – When jury selection was completed for the retrial of accused CIA Vault 7 leaker Joshua Schulte, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Jesse M. Furman told the jurors, Do not read or say anything about the case. Inner City Press was there.

[July 20, 2022 order on access here; Brutal Kangaroo]

On September 1, the prosecutors wrote to Judge Furman they are streamlining the CP case: "the Government does not intend to introduce the defendant's statements from his prison notebooks... the only witnesses in its case in chief would be Special Agents Richard Evanchec and Aaron Spivack and Computer Scientist Michael Berger." Still sealed?

On July 18, 2023, Judge Furman held a proceeding with Schulte and his stand-by, now full, counsel. Inner City Press was there, the only person in the courtroom gallery other than the MDC's legal liaison. Judge Furman allocuted Schulte on taking on counsel - Schulte said he had constructively been denied his right to represent himself - and set a briefing schedule.

  AUSA Denton said the US will seek sealing of the courtroom, under "the Waller factors." Watch this site.


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