Petition update

Another fishing expedition

Federica P
Milan, Italy

Feb 18, 2020 — 

https://theblemish.com/2020/02/amber-heard-trying-to-use-discovery-for-fishing-expedition-to-tie-johnny-depp-to-harvey-weinstein/

If you weren’t convinced Amber Heard was the bad guy in her marriage to Johnny Depp, there’s more evidence every day.

The subpoena requests a number of documents, including all “communications between Mr. Depp and Harvey Weinstein.”

It also seeks documents “concerning any act of violence committed by Mr. Depp during the production or promotion of ‘The Libertine,’” a 2004 Weinstein Company-produced flick starring Depp.

Heard has been been trying to publicly destroy Depp’s reputation while holding herself out as some sort of victim, and a few e-mails with Johnny being nice to Harvey just might do the trick.

I can’t stress enough that we don’t know what happened between Depp and Heard behind closed doors. All we have to judge this situation by is Heard’s prior arrest for domestic abuse, audio of the couple where Heard seemingly confesses to physically assaulting Depp and our own judgement as to what kind of person would date Elon Musk. There’s just really no way to know what happened.

And... Jeanne Larson in the latest update of her petition rightly say: 

Perhaps we should look at Amber Heard's ties to Weinstein herself. Heard's lawyer, Roberta Kaplan used to be Harvey Weinstein's lawyer. That alone speaks volumes.

But let's not forget the largely forgettable Film 'All the Boys Love Mandy Lane' with Heard in the titular role (a hilarious comparison with Heard's real life). Harvey Weinstein's company was supposed to distribute the film, but he dropped it. That gives Heard Just as much of a chance to have had conversations with Weinstein as Johnny did, by the post-production-company field of logic.

Take a good look at that photo, folks. (photo above)

That's Amber Heard sitting in a booth with the aforementioned Weinstein. Why don't we find out what SHE said to him? 


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