Post by Nicolas Krebs Post by Herisson grognon
Vous qui montrez ici un engagement moral d'agneau nouveau né, qu'auriez
vous dit en 1981 à la grande république française qui confiait encore
l'un des plus important ministère au bien connu Papon ?
Bonjour Alain, et bienvenue dans fr.soc.complots.
Pouvez vous nous dire quelque chose sur les complots ?
Croyez vous en des thèses conspirationnistes ?
C'est un motif d'accusation aux États-Unis :
« WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY?
November 10, 2016 Weisberg Kainen Mark, PL
If the goal of a federal prosecutor is to get as many charges to stick
as possible, then conspiracy charges rank high on the list of add-ons
that can potentially mean the difference between a conviction or
nothing. Why is this? Simply put, alleging that a defendant was part of
a conspiracy is to charge them with agreeing with someone else to commit
a crime, and then that person took at least one action to further that
goal. It is a perniciously broad statute that can be included with just
about any other crime.
There is one statute – 18 U.S.C. § 371 – that is on the books that
relates to conspiracy charges and covers a wide variety of conspiracy
charges, such as conspiracy to commit an offense against the government,
conspiracy to manufacture or even possess illegal drugs, conspiracy to
commit antitrust violations, and many more. This is how a wide range of
defendants from Al Capone to Enron-founder Kenneth Lay to Zacarias
Moussaoui were all charged and/or convicted of conspiracy for a variety
of different crimes.