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The judgment which took only a few seconds to read marked an anti-climactic end to an extraordinary case, which shed light on the shadowy inner workings of the European escort industry and raised questions about the blurred distinctions between marriage agencies, dating services and procurement for sex. The prosecution alleged that MacDonald had recruited women and 56 men to work for her successful agency by the time she was arrested in a Paris hotel last year. Her talent for languages, which stretched to Japanese, Arabic and Greek as well as French and Italian, enabled her to communicate with clients of various nationalities. Emmanuel Mary, the defence lawyer, said he would launch an appeal and stressed that the sentence was unduly harsh given that his client had no convictions and was not accused of resorting to violence or of forcing the women who worked for her to have sex with the clients. All she did was to put people in contact with each other - people who were all fully aware of what they were doing.
The two entities that had the worst election night were a.
Most pollsters forecast a Democratic landslideincluding Joe Biden Joe Biden Biden administration takes aim at methane emissions McConnell blasts potential payments to separated migrant families Poll: 50 percent of Republicans don't believe their vote will be counted accurately MORE easily taking the White House, the Senate easily flipping to the Democrats and a House with expanded seats for the blue team.
Instead, the former vice president won three key states Pennsylvania, Arizona and Georgia in razor-thin fashion by an average of just 0.
The Senate, barring a Democratic sweep of two January runoff elections in Georgia, should remain in Republican hands, despite definitive forecast models predicting otherwise. Meanwhile, the House saw at least a half-dozen seats flip into GOP hands — resulting in what could possibly be the smallest majority for either party in two decades when all the races are called.
But nothing compares to the record of the NeverTrumpers at the Lincoln Project, the New York Jets of political action committees that attracts tons of broadcast and social media attention based almost solely on its ability to troll in the most self-righteous and self-serving ways. Final score on that front: Republicans 7, Democrats 0.
Those targeted by the group included Sen. He also won by double digits. He won by 20 points. Since the election, the Lincoln Project has been going after law firms such as Jones Day, which the group alleges is representing the Trump campaign in its voter-fraud lawsuit in Pennsylvania.
Jones Day clarified exactly who it is representing in a Wednesday statement while scolding the media for following the Lincoln Project's lead without naming the group directly. Media reports to the contrary are false.
These kinds of tactics are targeted harassment that, given the temperature of the country, could potentially lead to these attorneys being harmed or worse. No matter: The Lincoln Project's Rick Wilson vowed to take matters a step furtherinciting harassment of more people outside of Jones Day. One would think that media members far and wide would condemn this kind of incitement, but nope.
In the end, the Lincoln Project — despite tens of millions of dollars spent on races across the country — missed its marks by a country mile. One would think the TV outlets that continue to prop up its founders and allies, portraying them as having an impact on the political world, would stop booking them.
One would also think that, given its unethical behavior, the Jets of politics would be dismissed outright. The good news is that, without President Trump to raise money off of, groups like the Lincoln Project may lose their biggest foil, their central antagonist and, therefore, their reason for existing. View the discussion thread.
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