Skip to comments.BREAKING: The Second Circuit issues its mandate to unseal a large tranche of Jeffrey Epstein-related
Posted on 08/09/2019 10:32:36 AM PDT by bitt
BREAKING: The Second Circuit issues its mandate to unseal a large tranche of Jeffrey Epstein-related docs, as an old docket becomes public for the first time.
(Excerpt) Read more at twitter.com ...
"More than a dozen docket entries have hit the appellate court's record in this case already within the last 10 minutes.
(Second Circuit case number 18-2868.) "
A portion of something, especially money.
“they released the first tranche of the loan”
Buckle-in and be sure to have a stiff drink and take a cold shower afterwards.
Does that mean it’s actually required?
With impeachment looming, PLEASE - let’s see some names of current House members.
The front yard used to hold water but I digged me a tranch out to the ditch.
Anyone else notice that within 24hrs of something coming out about Epstein, the MSM or Bill will say he was not involved.
Its almost like someone is leaking the info to the Clintons ahead of time.
But that would never happen.
Uhuh. They wuz trying to say the name of them big spiders: tranch-ulas.
Isn’t “tranche” french for slice?
Tranche de pain -> Slice of bread
Tranche is a common term used in investment, venture capital.
It always bugged me. Why didn’t they just say round?
I hope they get worshed out to the ditch.
Impeachment looming? Dont think so.
Mandate essentially means that the appellate action is closed and its decisions are final
Does that mean that the info will actually be released?
Whatever documents that were the subject of the appeal are supposed to be released. How the documents are released, in parts/sets, subject to district court review, under protective order, etc., I have no clue. But the good news is that the information will be disclosed so the person that sought to prevent that action lost.
I agree, they are only screaming that because the deep state knows the S is about to hit the fan, for them.
They can't stop what is coming.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.