The story of Jussie Smollett’s hoax attack on himself, isn’t over… You remember? The case where Jussie Smollett said he was attacked and beaten by two white men in MAGA hats, carrying a noose and bleach, screaming “This is MAGA country” at 2am in the morning in downtown Chicago. Yes, you remember…
But, it turned out that he hired two Nigerians, who were extras from the TV show ‘Empire’, and fabricated the whole incident, only later to sensationally get off scot-free, even after the Chicago Police Department unravelled all of his lies. This signified the undertones of political corruption within the case, with presumed ties to top political Democrat figures, since Michelle Obama’s top aide Tina Tchen got in contact with Cook County State Attorney, Kimberly Foxx, to oversee the case.
Whereas, the hoax crime, funnily enough happened in tandem with Kamala Harris and Corey Booker’s anti-lynching bill, coupled with Jussie Smollett’s hopes that the fake incident would help to propel him into the limelight and bolster his acting career.
The Chicago Police Department (CPD) investigating the Jussie Smollett case, uncovered plenty of insider information through looking through Smollett’s phone records, before and after the supposed attack, and had all the information at hand, but were later forced to drop the legal case against the actor once charges were dismissed.
This is presumably due to what the public would find out if the files on the case were to be released. Yesterday, Judge Steve Watkins also of Cook County, ordered all the files in the case to be released to the public. This goes in opposition to Jussie Smollett’s wishes for it to be kept quiet after the charges were dropped back in March, which caused a massive public outcry of opposition, and not to mention, a level of disgust from Chicago’s former Mayor, and also from the Chicago Police Department working the case.
Judge Steve Watkins said that Smollett has “no right to privacy” because he repeatedly claimed that he was innocent in TV interviews, as well as with his legal team, conducting damage control “PR” after staging the attack on himself, through various media outlets.
As a result, the State Attorney’s office will hopefully release all files on the Jussie Smollett case by June 3rd, which will send shockwaves through to all of those that were involved in this grand MAGA hoax, which sought to divide the country under racial lines, and blame Donald Trump supporters for a crime that never happened.
Simultaneously, the MAGA hoax attack also indirectly promoted Kamala Harris and Corey Booker’s anti-lynching bill to pass through Congress.
Judge Watkins made the decision to unseal files from the case, and said that Smollett has “no right to privacy,” since him and his lawyers had been speaking about the case in the media. He said, “‘These are not the actions of a person seeking to maintain his privacy or simply be let alone.”
Judge Watkins added that Smollett forfeited his rights to keep the files of the case private, after speaking about the case before and after prosecutors dismissed the charges against him.
Jussie Smollett was originally charged with 16 counts for lying to the police, when he reported that he’d been a victim of a racist and homophobic attack, by two white men in MAGA hats.
Police insist that Smollett staged the attack because he was unhappy with his ‘Empire’ salary and that he wanted more publicity, but there’s definitive suggestions of widespread Democrat corruption in this particular case, from the top levels, down to Cook County State Attorney, Kim Foxx, to name one person involved in this massive cover up.
After prosecutors dropped all charges in March against Jussie Smollett, it defined everything to do with “special treatment” and exemplified a massive “cover up” with political ties, after many pointed out the actors’ family relation to Kamala Harris, and him also being a dear friend of the Obama family.
It was Michelle Obama instruct her former top political aide, Tina Tchen, in a desperate measure to get the Smollett investigation turned over to the FBI, in order to prevent the CPD in finding out the truth about the elaborate hoax.
After the charges were dismissed, Jussie Smollett was instructed to pay $10,000 in bond forfeiture and he did a measly 16 hours of community service. However, Smollett’s legal team continued to do interviews and Jussie himself, also continued a public relations effort to maintain his innocence, which is why judges have now decided to have the case files released to the public.
Not long after the shocking decision to let Jussie Smollett walk free, the city of Chicago threatened to sue Smollett and his lawyers for wasting police time, as well as, further lawsuits coming his way from Abel and Ola Osundairo, who said they were sick of Smollett’s constant lying about staging the attack on himself.
CPD Chief Superintendent, Eddie Johnston, and former Mayor, Rahm Emanuel, called dismissing charges against Jussie Smollett a ‘whitewash of justice’ and put the state of Illinois’ judicial system into disrepute.
Kim Foxx, the Cook County State Attorney, who had Smollett’s charges dismissed, is now facing a special prosecutor investigation into how she handled the case, which will also be heard in due time.
However, just as to how much of the Smolett case files will be released and made public, remains to be seen. But, we gather that Jussie Smollett and those involved in the hoax, from behind the scenes are now having a very busy day of worry, indeed.
We’re so looking forward to see the true extent of the files released in the Jussie Smollett case, as the rest of the world is also very keen to see. How exciting this is! This is good news!
Well done to honourable Judge Steve Watkins for doing the right thing, and one can only speculate as to the inner-workings and the evidence hidden from the public in this curious case of Jussie Smollett.
Story by The Narrator
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