+1! Ding ding - this rings so true, I'm deaf from all the bells. Jimmi this is brilliant. Occam's Razor award!So Sandro, Bruno and one or two others deal to end users while Ford helped finance/facilitate. Decos struggling, big legal bills, expensive drug habit so he needs a financial top up. Also old habits die hard.
I think Casita should just do a thread on whatever news of the day bubbles up. I would subscribe to that.casita's secretly hoping for Ford more years of posting timely pics and memes from the internet, along with nostalgic reminiscence about the glory days of Metro!
You can't buy loyalty... But you can provide the working capital.So Sandro, Bruno and one or two others deal to end users while Ford helped finance/facilitate. Decos struggling, big legal bills, expensive drug habit so he needs a financial top up. Also old habits die hard.
Subpoena, yes, however, the grand jury is independent of the Courts - there needn't be any charges or arrest in order for police or Attorney General to request a subpoena be issued (more about it here: http://anonlg.com/subpoena/ "A grand jury subpoena is a written order for you to go to court and testify about information you may have. You are not allowed to have a lawyer present and can be required to answer questions about your activities and associations.") IIRC, Kwame was called to appear before the grand jury after declining to co-operate with police...I think you're raising a different issue, Racquette. One has to be subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury, no? It's a judicial process, not an investigative one, per se, that determines the charge(s) to tested at trial. It's still dependent on information provided by a police investigation. And suspects don't have to cooperate with the police.
ETA: I'm not an expert. I'm working off a thin understanding.