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BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Former Dominion Executive Eric Coomer Works with Denver Court and Threaten Jail Time for Joe Oltmann

The court appears to be working with former Dominion executive Eric Coomer in his defamation lawsuit against President Trump and others. 

On Thursday in a deposition with Colorado businessman and entrepreneur, Joe Oltmann, Coomer’s attorneys and the court demanded Oltmann disclose his source.  

Former Dominion executive Eric Coomer became famous after the 2020 Election when videos like this of Coomer showing how to alter votes were found on the Internet.

At this same time after the 2020 Election, Joe Oltmann disclosed that he heard Coomer share on a conference call before the election, that he (Coomer) would ensure that Trump would not win the 2020 Election.

This information went viral and was shared by The Gateway Pundit and others.

In late December 2020, Coomer sued Oltmann and a select group of others who shared Oltmann’s disclosure, including Sidney Powell, Jim Hoft, radio host Eric Metaxas, conservative commentator Michelle Malkin, and more.

This case has gone through numerous judges who have made some questionable actions overseeing this case.  Thursday’s actions were no exception.

Clark, TGP, and others are being sued for sharing the information that Oltmann shared.  It’s questionable why any judge would include these individuals in this case.

Oltmann was deposed by Coomer’s attorneys who were scheduled to take oral and video testimony.

DEPO Notice-Joe Oltmann Set for 06-06 by Joe Ho on Scribd

Here is the related order:

128-Level 1 Restricted MINUTE ORDER Re Oltmann (20240409) by Joe Ho on Scribd


The venue as noted above was the Jury Room of the Courtroom of the Honorable Magistrate Judge Kathryn A. Starnella, located in the Byron G. Rogers Federal Courthouse in downtown Denver. 

Oltmann shared that the room was very hot today at around 78 degrees.  This likely was to make it look like he was sweating when answering questions.

The Coomer team went on to ask about 100 questions of Oltmann over a three hour period.  There was a short break for lunch and after that, when Oltmann came back to the courthouse, Eric Coomer joined his attorneys in the room.

Coomer’s attorneys asked Oltmann who gave him the information about the phone call that Joe attended where Coomer made the statements that he is accused of making.  Oltmann would not provide that information.  (Note that Oltmann believes he doesn’t have to provide this information because at the time of the event, Oltmann was a journalist with Conservative Daily.)

Coomer’s attorneys also asked how Joe gained access to Eric Coomer’s Facebook page that was covered with comments and articles about Antifa, and hating Trump, and more.  Oltmann would not share that as well.

Eventually, Oltmann left before giving up his sources.

It now appears that this deposition was held in the courthouse so that the judge could step in and compel Oltmann to give up his source.  This likely was coordinated between Coomer’s attorneys and the judge.

The goal was not to get the information, the goal was to throw Oltmann in jail.  

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