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BleedingRed 01:04 PM 09-14-2021



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BleedingRed 02:16 PM 09-14-2021
Philip Vigol and John Mitchell, convicted of treason and sentenced to hanging; pardoned by George Washington; see Whiskey Rebellion.

John Fries, the leader of Fries' Rebellion, convicted of treason in 1800 along with two accomplices, and pardoned that same year by John Adams.

Governor Thomas Dorr 1844, convicted of treason against the state of Rhode Island; see Dorr Rebellion; released in 1845; civil rights restored in 1851; verdict annulled in 1854.

The abolitionist John Brown, convicted in 1859 of treason against the Commonwealth of Virginia, murder, and fomenting a slave insurrection for his part in the Harpers Ferry raid; executed. The first person executed for treason in the country's history.

Aaron Dwight Stevens, took part in John Brown's raid and was executed in 1860 for treason against Virginia.

William Bruce Mumford, convicted of treason and hanged in 1862 for tearing down a United States flag during the American Civil War.

Walter Allen was convicted of treason on September 16, 1922 for taking part in the 1921 Miner's March with the coal companies and the US Army on Blair Mountain, West Virginia. He was sentenced to 10 years and fined. During his appeal to the Supreme Court he disappeared while out on bail. United Mineworkers of America leader William Blizzard was acquitted of the charge of treason by the jury on May 25, 1922
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ptlyon 02:18 PM 09-14-2021
Ya, treason ain't what it used to be
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BleedingRed 02:18 PM 09-14-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
Philip Vigol and John Mitchell, convicted of treason and sentenced to hanging; pardoned by George Washington; see Whiskey Rebellion.

John Fries, the leader of Fries' Rebellion, convicted of treason in 1800 along with two accomplices, and pardoned that same year by John Adams.

Governor Thomas Dorr 1844, convicted of treason against the state of Rhode Island; see Dorr Rebellion; released in 1845; civil rights restored in 1851; verdict annulled in 1854.

The abolitionist John Brown, convicted in 1859 of treason against the Commonwealth of Virginia, murder, and fomenting a slave insurrection for his part in the Harpers Ferry raid; executed. The first person executed for treason in the country's history.

Aaron Dwight Stevens, took part in John Brown's raid and was executed in 1860 for treason against Virginia.

William Bruce Mumford, convicted of treason and hanged in 1862 for tearing down a United States flag during the American Civil War.

Walter Allen was convicted of treason on September 16, 1922 for taking part in the 1921 Miner's March with the coal companies and the US Army on Blair Mountain, West Virginia. He was sentenced to 10 years and fined. During his appeal to the Supreme Court he disappeared while out on bail. United Mineworkers of America leader William Blizzard was acquitted of the charge of treason by the jury on May 25, 1922
Geee a bunch of treason verdicts without a declaration of war....

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Bowser 02:19 PM 09-14-2021
Lol
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AdolfOliverBush 02:21 PM 09-14-2021
So Milley allegedly said he might do something that he ended up not doing, or even trying to do. Treason? Not even close.

On top of that, Posobiec is never right about anything.
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ptlyon 02:24 PM 09-14-2021
Originally Posted by AdolfOliverBush:
So Milley allegedly said he might do something that he ended up not doing, or even trying to do. Treason? Not even close.
But Trump can be impeached on an insurrection that he didn't create.

Makes sense.
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BleedingRed 02:24 PM 09-14-2021
Originally Posted by AdolfOliverBush:
So Milley allegedly said he might do something that he ended up not doing, or even trying to do. Treason? Not even close.

On top of that, Posobiec is never right about anything.
It's from a book moron :-):-) congrats you played yourself
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AdolfOliverBush 02:25 PM 09-14-2021
Originally Posted by ptlyon:
But Trump can be impeached on an insurrection that he didn't create.

Makes sense.
That is irrelevant to the story at hand.
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AdolfOliverBush 02:28 PM 09-14-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
It's from a book moron :-):-) congrats you played yourself
Whoop-tee-doo, it's in a book. Posobiec twisted the story around to sound like treason, for imbeciles like you to gobble up.

Reminds me of the good ol' days when Obama was accused of TREASON!1!! on a weekly basis. You fuckheads didn't know what constituted treason then, and you still don't today.
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Donger 02:31 PM 09-14-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
Philip Vigol and John Mitchell, convicted of treason and sentenced to hanging; pardoned by George Washington; see Whiskey Rebellion.

John Fries, the leader of Fries' Rebellion, convicted of treason in 1800 along with two accomplices, and pardoned that same year by John Adams.

Governor Thomas Dorr 1844, convicted of treason against the state of Rhode Island; see Dorr Rebellion; released in 1845; civil rights restored in 1851; verdict annulled in 1854.

The abolitionist John Brown, convicted in 1859 of treason against the Commonwealth of Virginia, murder, and fomenting a slave insurrection for his part in the Harpers Ferry raid; executed. The first person executed for treason in the country's history.

Aaron Dwight Stevens, took part in John Brown's raid and was executed in 1860 for treason against Virginia.

William Bruce Mumford, convicted of treason and hanged in 1862 for tearing down a United States flag during the American Civil War.

Walter Allen was convicted of treason on September 16, 1922 for taking part in the 1921 Miner's March with the coal companies and the US Army on Blair Mountain, West Virginia. He was sentenced to 10 years and fined. During his appeal to the Supreme Court he disappeared while out on bail. United Mineworkers of America leader William Blizzard was acquitted of the charge of treason by the jury on May 25, 1922
Ah yes, I rememeber this now:

https://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/show...&postcount=101

Quite a fun thread.

:-)
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Just Passin' By 02:32 PM 09-14-2021

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BleedingRed 02:32 PM 09-14-2021
Originally Posted by AdolfOliverBush:
Whoop-tee-doo, it's in a book. Posobiec twisted the story around to sound like treason, for imbeciles like you to gobble up.

Reminds me of the good ol' days when Obama was accused of TREASON!1!! on a weekly basis. You fuckheads didn't know what constituted treason then, and you still don't today.
Again I think you are little over you skis on this one, clearly not knowing the genesis etc. Please take left and walk out of this thread. Because you came in unprepared.

Come back in when you are better prepared to discuss the potential treason.

I'm disappointed in you, and that hard to do.......
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Just Passin' By 02:33 PM 09-14-2021

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Just Passin' By 02:33 PM 09-14-2021

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Bowser 02:35 PM 09-14-2021
Originally Posted by AdolfOliverBush:
That is irrelevant to the story at hand.
Originally Posted by AdolfOliverBush:
Whoop-tee-doo, it's in a book. Posobiec twisted the story around to sound like treason, for imbeciles like you to gobble up.

Reminds me of the good ol' days when Obama was accused of TREASON!1!! on a weekly basis. You fuckheads didn't know what constituted treason then, and you still don't today.
Calls Trump getting impeached on bullshit "irrelevant to the story at hand", then invokes Obama in some weird whatabout defense. Sounds about right.
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