Bannon, Domestic Violence Awareness & Mimi V. Trump
October 23, 2021
In This Episode:
The #SistersInLaw meet this week to explain the principles of prosecution, the oversight powers of Congress, and how they relate to January 6th. Then, they emphasize the power of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and its connection to the Petito case, before laying out the elements of fraud connected to Mimi Rocah’s case against the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester.
Read the transcript.
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Articles From The #SistersInLaw And Mentioned On This Episode:
Article By Joyce: Bannon’s Gotta Go, 2.0
Mentioned by Jill:
Body cam footage from Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito’s police interaction
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