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Does It Matter What Democrats Think, Anymore?

Does anyone believe the Democrats and their sycophant media allies can get much more depraved and self-indulgent? Isn’t it obvious they have given up on 2020 elections and are now focused upon insulting conservative values and Godliness? Consider the fact that after the 2020 elections, Liberals will no longer have a voice in Government. Now you understand why their heads ...

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Georgia Man Pleads Guilty to Operating Ponzi Scheme on University of Georgia’s Campus

A former University of Georgia undergraduate student pleaded guilty today for his role in a $1 million Ponzi scheme that targeted investors, including his fellow students. Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Charles Peeler of the Middle District of Georgia and Special Agent in Charge J.C. Hacker of the FBI’s Athens, Georgia ...

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What’s With Arresting Classified Leakers?

   It just doesn’t make sense for most Americans to understand why the sudden arrest of a classified data leaker. When the leakers were high profile FBI leadership, like James Comey, it was a routine they approved, right? Shouldn’t we also be reminded of the fact the FBI investigated and exonerated the largest ever classified leaker, Hillary Clinton? Didn’t she ...

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DOJ Will Start Releasing Hundreds Of Pages Of Mueller Probe Documents Each Month

The Justice Department will start releasing 500 pages of notes from witness interviews in the special counsel’s probe each month, beginning on Nov. 1. According to CNN, a Justice Department lawyer said at a hearing that the agency has 800 witness interview transcripts, known as FD-302s, totaling more than 44,000 pages. CNN and BuzzFeed sued DOJ to begin releasing 302s ...

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United States Sues Edward Snowden for Publishing a Book

The United States today filed a lawsuit against Edward Snowden, a former employee of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and contractor for the National Security Agency (NSA), who published a book entitled Permanent Record in violation of the non-disclosure agreements he signed with both CIA and NSA. The lawsuit alleges that Snowden published his book without submitting it to the ...

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DOJ Inspector General Has Completed FISA Abuse Probe, Says Top House Republican

The Justice Department’s inspector general told Attorney General William Barr on Friday that he has completed his investigation into possible FBI abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act during the Trump-Russia probe, according to the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee. Georgia Rep. Doug Collins disclosed the development in a letter calling on House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler ...

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DOJ Rejects Andrew McCabe’s Appeal To Avoid Charges

The Justice Department has denied Andrew McCabe’s appeal to avoid charges for lying to investigators about approving leaks to the media, The Daily Caller News Foundation has confirmed. Fox News reported earlier Thursday that Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen informed the former FBI deputy director by email that he will reject an appeal that McCabe and his legal team made ...

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Russian and Italian Nationals Charged with Conspiring to Steal Trade Secrets From American Aviation Company

A Russian national and an Italian national have been charged in the United States with conspiring and attempting to steal trade secrets from an American aviation company. Alexander Yuryevich Korshunov, 57, and Maurizio Paolo Bianchi, 59, were charged by a criminal complaint on Aug. 21.  Korshunov was arrested on Aug. 30 at Naples International Airport in Italy.  The complaint was ...

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Watch: Federal law enforcement officials announce significant law enforcement action on health care fraud

The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California, the Health and Human Services Officer of Inspector General and other law enforcement officials held a press conference Thursday afternoon to discuss a recent major law enforcement action against Medicare fraud. U.S. Attorney David Anderson announced that they have charged 30 entities – 28 people and 2 companies – with illegally ...

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American Citizen Indicted for Role as ISIS Sniper, Weapons Instructor

A five-count indictment was filed yesterday in federal court in Brooklyn charging Ruslan Maratovich Asainov, 43, also known as “Suleiman Al-Amriki” and “Suleiman Al-Kazakhi,” with conspiracy to provide material support to ISIS; providing material support to ISIS in the form of personnel, training, expert advice and assistance and weapons; receipt of military-type training from ISIS; and obstruction of justice.  If ...

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DOJ Watchdog Says James Comey Violated FBI Policy In Handling Sensitive Memos

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The Justice Department’s inspector general said in a report released Thursday that former FBI Director James Comey violated bureau policy in the handling of memos that he wrote after conversations with President Trump. “Former Director Comey failed to live up to this responsibility. By not safeguarding sensitive information obtained during the course of his FBI employment, and by using it to ...

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2 Queens Women Plead Guilty in Plot to Build Explosive Devices Like Those Used in Prior Terrorist Attacks

Earlier today, at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, Asia Siddiqui and Noelle Velentzas, both citizens of the United States and residents of Queens, pleaded guilty to teaching and distributing information pertaining to the making and use of an explosive, destructive device, and weapon of mass destruction, intending that it be used to commit a federal crime of violence.  The guilty ...

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University of Kansas Researcher Indicted for Fraud for Failing to Disclose Conflict of Interest with Chinese University

A researcher at the University of Kansas (KU) was indicted today on federal charges of hiding the fact he was working full time for a Chinese university while doing research at KU funded by the U.S. government. Feng “Franklin” Tao, 47, of Lawrence, Kansas, an associate professor at KU’s Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis (CEBC), is charged with one count ...

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Attorney General Barr Appoints New Leadership Team at Bureau Of Prisons

Attorney General Bill Barr appointed two new officials to lead the Federal Bureau of Prisons following the suspicious death of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, who died while in federal custody. The leadership change follows the removal of the warden of the Manhattan Correction Center where Epstein had been held. Attorney General William P. Barr today announced he will appoint ...

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Lindsey Graham: FISA Abuse Report Will Be ‘Ugly And Damning’ For DOJ, FBI

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said he expects the inspector general’s report into FBI surveillance of the Trump campaign will be “ugly and damning” for the agency and the Department of Justice. In an interview on Fox News, Graham also said that he wants to find out what role the CIA played in the intelligence-gathering operation against the Trump campaign. ...

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