John List Gone But Architecture Remains At Clintons’ Alma Mater, Tale of Larry Ray Trial amid UN Corruption


John List
Gone But Architecture Remains At Clintons’
Alma Mater, Tale of Larry Ray Trial amid
UN Corruption

By Matthew
Russell Lee,
Patreon Maxwell

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SDNY / New Haven,
March 24 —
Every time there was a
break, no matter how briefing, in the
unrelenting sleaze fest of the Larry Ray
trial, Kurt went to explore other more
standard fare. A man charged with crack and
guns who beat up another by the Staten Island
ferry. A trio who robbed a Chanel store on
Wooster Street in Soho, sure to be a haunt on
John 3, the gallery man.

   

Larry Ray’s Federal Defender’s cross
examination of Claudia Drury seemed to be
going nowhere. It consisted of questions
like, Hadn’t she participated, before she
met Larry, in Sleaze Week at Sarah Lawrence
College? Hadn’t she had sex with a police
officer, without Larry ordering it?

  But

how would these questions erase from the
jurors’ mind the image of Larry repatedly
suffocated Claudia Drury with a plastic bag
while Isabella Pollok, now working for
Amazon on Staten Island, told Drury she was
a liar?

  What

was wrong with Sarah Lawrence, and with
other schools? Could it be in how they were
now built? Speaking of which, #JohnListGone
4 is along an architect of schools and
universities, on Patreon here



[It, like a song
about Lev Parnas was also
covered, behind a paywall, by
New York Magazine which had this
to say about Inner City Press’
covered in late 2021 of the
Ghislaine Maxwell trial, book
here
via one of the companies with
an executive on the John
list.]

 When Inner
City Press for investigative
reporting was roughed up and thrown

out onto First Avenue
from covering the United
Nations of/by UNSG Antonio
Guterres, many did nothing.
But as we’ve previously noted,
the First Amendment stops at
First Avenue. We’ll have more
on this, here and on other
platforms. 

***

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