I’ve never trusted their shadiness. Even in the motions they file, this is the second time the defense calls them out on quoting things that don’t even exist in the docs they attribute them too. On more than one occasion the defense has to go back and correct them on the meaning of their words because they just twist everything and take irrelevant cases out of context to fit their arguments.
Doc 210: In its opposition, the government argues that “[p]ursuant to SAMs Section 2(h), BOP reviews all materials that are brought into a BOP facility.” [Opp. at 9.] In fact, however, section 2(h) says no such thing.
Doc 129: The government also “bears no responsibility to
[disclose] … potentially exculpatory evidence that is either
known to the defendant or that could be discovered through the
exercise of reasonable diligence.” United States v. Freeman.
The quotation attributed to United States v. Freemanis nowhere to be found on that case.
It’s pathetic, it’s desperate. Their withholding of evidence, the way they are attempting to monitor what the defense reviews with Jahar, the way they have muzzled everyone involved with the case while they are free to do as they please with very little restrictions.