Drew Johnson-Skinner, Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York is a defendant pursuant to a complaint under the RICO Act (Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization) and various other Acts.  Other defendants include U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and Federal Agent Christopher Kaley.  Read on.  Case dismissed.

Read the entire RICO Civil Action, December 6, 2016 and all the Exhibits against Johnson-Skinner, Bharara and Kaley HERE.  We urge you to read Exhibit "A", the "Motion to Dismiss" the Indictment as you will see why the Department of Justice and its Prosecutors are out of control and continue to act contrary to their oath to protect the Constitution of the United States of America.

Omnibus Motions, January 7, 2017

Includes the following 15 motions (Click Here to Read)

I.  Motion to exclude statements by non-testifying co-conspirators

II.  Motion for a Bill of Particulars

III.  Motion for Revelation of Identity of Informants

IV.  Motion for Discovery pursuant to Rule 16 and Notice of Intention pursuant to Rule 12

V.  Motion to compel production of Grand Jury material

VI. Motion for disclosure of evidence pursuant to Rules 404(b), 608 and 609 of the Federal Rules of Evidence.

VII. Motion for Disclosure of Witness Statements

VIII.  Motion for Preservation of Rough Notes and other Evidence

IX. Motion for Grand Jury Transcripts

X. Motion to Controvert Interception orders and Suppress Evidence

XI.  Motion for Leave to Join in Co-defendants

XII.  Motion to Voir Dire Government Experts outside the presence of the Jury

XIII.  Motion for Audibility Hearing

XIV. Motion for Severance

XV.  Motion for Leave to make other Motions

Note:  Most trials are won on pre-trial motions.  If it is not brought up at trial, it usually cannot be brought up on appeal.  Sadly many lawyers will not file a single pre-trial motion and opt to negotiate a deal rather than to fight.   Even worse, many judges will not hear pre-trial motions or deny every one of them in order to force the accused into making a plea deal an to avoid a trial.  Another reason why the Government has an over 90% conviction rate.

Filed January 23, 2017-Motion to Suppress contents of Intercepted wire communication and Derivative Evidence (Click here to Read).  

Is Immunity for Prosecutors Too Strong and undermining the integrity of the Criminal Justice System

January 30, 2017 - United States District of Court Southern District of New York.  The Racketeer Influence Corrupt Organization (RICO) against Drew Johnson-Skinner, Preet Bharara and Christopher Kaley has been denied by District Judge Alison J. Nathan (Read her Reviews Here).   We will be monitoring if there is an appeal to the 2nd Circuit. 

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara

 Do U.S. Prosecutors Have Too Much Power?  Listen to the Debate

In the United States District Court, Southern District of New York

Biba Kajtazi, Plaintiff, against Drew Johnson Skinner, Preet Bharara, Christopher Kaley, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and Others Unknown to the Plaintiff at this time

 Preet Bharara is investigating The Clinton Foundation.  Perhaps that is why Donald Trump asked him to stay on

Preet Bharara is responsible for bringing in 12 Billion in Fines and Settlements.  His practices are questionable and clearly unconstitutional

It's Time to End Prosecutorial Immunity - The Huffington Post - August 15, 2015

Above the Law:  On the Prospects of Prosecutorial Reform - Counterpunch- October 7, 2016

Donald Trump(Republican) asked Preet Bharara (Democrat appointed by President Obama) to stay on as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York

Drew Johnson-Skinner

Showtime's Billions, 2nd Season Trailer.  This show is based on Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the U.S. District Court Southern District of New York

Who is holding Preet Bharara accountable?  Many argue he is out of control and abusing his position

More Lawsuits and Press about Preet Bharara and The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

Forbes Article - The Trader Seeking Revenge Against U.S. Attorney Preet Bharaha, December 28, 2016  (Article Click Here)

David Ganek lawsuit vs. Preet Bharara et al in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (Lawsuit Click Here)

In the US, prosecutors have absolute immunity from civil suits brought by defendants whom they have wronged. ... “Without a single dissenting vote, America's highest court erected the doctrine of absolute prosecutorial immunity as the law of the land for prosecutors engaged in their advocative role.”Sep 10, 2014

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