Foxx Tries To Dodge O'Brien Bullets
Updated: Feb 29, 2020
The Washington Times and many others post an AP article saying Kim Foxx filed a motion today against Sheila O’Brien, a former appellate court judge, regarding O’Brien’s demand for a special prosecutor for Jussie’s case. In a separate motion, Foxx is trying to block subpoenas for herself and Joseph Magats to appear in a hearing on Thursday, May 2, 2019. The motion states that Foxx had no conflict of interest and there is already an ongoing investigation by the Inspector General so there is no need for a special prosecutor.
Foxx also filed a motion to unseal the records for the inspector general and her own office.
Back on April 12, 2019, Foxx made statements that Patrick Blanchard, the State’s Inspector General, was invited to look in the handling of Jussie Smollett.
She had said Mr. Blanchard has made independent inquiries for over ten years.
Excerpted from LIES: Jussie Smollett and the Deep State Agenda