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  • New York Times Narrative Engineers Start Positioning DOJ/FBI “Small Group” Coup-Plotters as Victims

    10/20/2019 4:42:18 AM PDT · by a little elbow grease · 51 replies
    theconservativetreehouse.com ^ | 10/19/19 | sundance
    New York Times Narrative Engineers Start Positioning DOJ/FBI “Small Group” Coup-Plotters as Victims of CIA and Intelligence Community Manipulation… _______The background context has already been outlined –SEE HERE– so we won’t repeat. Instead, we look at today’s defensive narrative engineering from the New York Times with a similar perspective, but a different set of reminders. Content and distribution tells us this information is from the DOJ and FBI faction of the “Small Group“. Not accidentally, and VERY importantly, this is the same faction under the microscope of Inspector General Michael Horowitz and his pending IG report. Additionally, and again very...
  • Department of Justice Prosecuted a Record-Breaking Number of Immigration-Related Cases in Fiscal

    10/18/2019 6:46:10 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 12 replies
    justice.gov ^ | 10/18/19 | DOJ
    Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, October 17, 2019 Department of Justice Prosecuted a Record-Breaking Number of Immigration-Related Cases in Fiscal Year 2019  The Justice Department today announced that in fiscal year 2019 (FY19), its U.S. Attorneys’ Offices prosecuted the highest number of immigration-related offenses since record keeping began more than 25 years ago. These numbers successfully reverse the trend in previous years of declining prosecutions for felony Illegal Reentry defendants, misdemeanor Improper Entry defendants and felony Alien Smuggling defendants.“These record-breaking numbers are a testament to the dedication of our U.S. Attorneys’ Offices throughout...
  • AG Barr's special Russia investigator obtained BlackBerrys tied to launch of FBI Russia-Trump probe

    10/17/2019 7:51:48 PM PDT · by bitt · 25 replies
    washington times ^ | 10/17/2019 | rowan scarborough
    It was special investigator John Durham who acquired two BlackBerrys used by Joseph Mifsud, the Maltese professor who jumped-started the FBI’s long Russia probe into President Trump’s campaign. Sidney Powell, attorney for retired Army Lt. General Michael Flynn, filed a court motion on Monday disclosing the phones’ existence while tying them to Western intelligence. She told The Washington Times on Thursday that she has confirmed that it was Mr. Durham’s office who obtained them. William Barr assigned Mr. Durham, the U.S. attorney for Connecticut, the mission of finding out the origins of the FBI’s counter-intelligence investigation known as Crossfire Hurricane....
  • EXCLUSIVE: FBI Claims the DOJ Is Lying! Refuses to Locate Any Seth Rich Records in FOIA Request!

    10/17/2019 10:32:23 AM PDT · by bitt · 49 replies
    GATEWAY PUNDIT ^ | 10/17/2019 | Jim Hoft
    Despite Prior FBI Statements that Seth Rich’s DNC Computer and Emails Were Investigated, FBI Now Claims No Related Docs in FOIA Request. Attorney Requesting Documents Demands Court Step In. We reported on September 19th… that Texas businessman Ed Butowsky filed a lawsuit where he outed reporter Ellen Ratner as his source for information on Seth Rich. The DNC operative was murdered in the summer of 2016 in Washington DC. His murder was never solved. According to the lawsuit Seth Rich provided WikiLeaks the DNC emails before the 2016 election, not Russia. This totally destroys the FBI and Mueller’s claims that...
  • Maria Bartiromo: DOJ inspector general report due out Friday and covers 'more than just FISA abuse'

    10/13/2019 5:56:15 PM PDT · by SkyPilot · 124 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 13 Oct 19 | Daniel Chaitin
    Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo says her sources are telling her an extensive report by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz on alleged Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuses by the Justice Department and the FBI will be released by the end of next week. Bartiromo, who is the first journalist to report an exact release date, discussed what she had learned on her Fox News show, Sunday Morning Futures, with two Republican congressmen who deduced former high-ranking government officials are bracing for a scathing critique. "I’m hearing the IG report will be out this upcoming Friday, Oct. 18, and my...
  • Mueller was pursuing FBI director job when he met with Trump in 2017, administration officials say

    10/12/2019 9:38:11 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 6 replies
    Fox News ^ | October 9, 2019 | Bret Baier and Jake Gibson
    EXCLUSIVE – Multiple administration officials tell Fox News that when Robert Mueller met with President Trump in May of 2017, Mueller was indeed pursuing the open post as the director of the FBI – something the former Russia probe special counsel denied under oath during congressional testimony this summer. These officials also told Fox News government documents showed Mueller was pursuing the job as a candidate himself. It came as emails released this month through a Freedom of Information Act request by the conservative group Judicial Watch seemed to indicate Mueller knew there was a real possibility he could be...
  • Senators Follow Up With DOJ: What Happened to Our Criminal Referrals for People Who Lied About...

    10/10/2019 1:45:01 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 39 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | October 10, 2019 | Katie Pavlich
    Full title: Senators Follow Up With DOJ: What Happened to Our Criminal Referrals for People Who Lied About Kavanaugh? Last year then Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley referred a number of individuals to the Department of Justice for criminal prosecution after they lied to congressional investigators about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Two of those individuals were Julie Swetnick and disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti. "While the Committee was in the middle of its extensive investigation of the late-breaking sexual-assault allegations made by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Avenatti publicized his client’s allegations of...
  • Defense official arrested for leaking information to journalists

    10/09/2019 10:50:50 AM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 66 replies
    The Hill ^ | 10/09/19 | Harper Neidig
    The Department of Justice on Wednesday announced the arrest of a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) official for allegedly leaking classified information to journalists, including one that he was apparently in a relationship with. Law enforcement officials arrested 30-year-old Henry Kyle Freese of Virginia and charged him with two counts of willful transmission of national defense information. If convicted, he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison.
  • DNI Declassifies FISA Judge James Boasberg 2018 Ruling – FBI Conducted “Tens of Thousands” of Unauth

    10/08/2019 3:46:24 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 47 replies
    theconservativetreehouse.com ^ | 10/8/19 | sundance
    DNI Declassifies FISA Judge James Boasberg 2018 Ruling – FBI Conducted “Tens of Thousands” of Unauthorized NSA Database Queries… Posted on October 8, 2019 by sundance There is a lot to unpack in a decision today by the Director of National Intelligence to declassify (with redactions) a 2018 FISA court ruling about ongoing unauthorized database search queries by FBI agents/”contractors” in the period covering 2017/2018.BACKGROUND: In April 2017 the DNI released a FISA report written by Presiding Judge Rosemary Collery that showed massive abuse, via unauthorized searches of the NSA database, in the period of November 2015 through May 2016. Judge Collyer’s report specifically identified search query increases...
  • Andrew P. Bakaj, the Whistleblower’s Lawyer: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

    09/28/2019 10:54:34 AM PDT · by Presbyterian Reporter · 21 replies
    HEAVY ^ | Sep 25, 2019 | Emily Bicks
    Andrew P. Bakaj is the lawyer representing the whistleblower who came forward with information about President Donald Trump and his conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about an investigation into 2020 democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. The whistleblower’s intel, which has now been turned over to Congress confidentially, pushed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to announce a formal impeachment inquiry against Trump on September 24, 2019. Lead counsel on this high-profile case is the 36-year-old Bakaj, a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer, who now works as the founding & managing partner of Compass Rose Legal...
  • The media has no reason to blast William Barr for his doing his job

    10/04/2019 10:36:10 AM PDT · by ransomnote · 25 replies
    thehill.com ^ | 10/02/19 | JONATHAN TURLEY
    With all of the breathless headlines of the last two weeks, it is astonishing that the entire city of Washington is not swooning from hypoxia. Much of the media have blasted out the news that Attorney General William Barr is “implicated” in the Ukraine scandal, after sources said he pressed leaders in Australia, Italy and England to supply evidence about the origins of the Russia investigation. Esquire Magazine was a tad more descriptive, proclaiming Barr was now “far up s--t creek” because of his calls. Yet not only is there a valid reason for such calls, but they could indicate...
  • CIA sent criminal referral on whistleblower's complaint to DOJ: NBC

    10/04/2019 3:43:32 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 36 replies
    The Hill ^ | 10/04/19 | Rachel Frazin
    A top CIA lawyer attempted to make a criminal referral to the Justice Department weeks ago based on allegations made in the recently released whistleblower complaint, NBC News reported Friday, citing officials familiar with the matter. CIA general counsel Courtney Simmons Elwood, who was appointed by President Trump, attempted to make the referral, signaling that she and other officials determined that a crime may have been committed based on the whistleblower's allegations that Trump sought to get a foreign government's assistance in the 2020 election. The timeline of Elwood's contact with the Department of Justice had been previously reported, but...
  • Judicial Watch Uncovers Secret Mueller Discussions [Weekly Update]

    10/04/2019 2:27:45 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 26 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | October 4, 2019 | Tom Fitton
    Judicial Watch Uncovers Rosenstein Email to Mueller: ‘The Boss’ Doesn’t Know We’re Talking Court Forces State Dept To Release Smoking Gun Clinton Email A Judicial Watch Election Law Victory in California Judicial Watch Uncovers Rosenstein Email to Mueller: ‘The Boss’ Doesn’t Know We’re Talking Rod Rosenstein, who was once a deputy attorney general, is a key figure in enabling, at a minimum, the Deep State’s seditious attacks on President Trump. More proof is in new documents uncovered by a Judicial Watch lawsuit. Specifically, we forced the release of 145 pages of Rosenstein’s communications that include a one-line email from...
  • Federal Health Care Fraud Takedown In Northeastern U.S

    10/04/2019 5:41:00 AM PDT · by grumpygresh · 5 replies
    us doj ^ | 09/26/19 | doj public affairs officer
    “Rooting out and prosecuting abuses within our health care system is a top priority for my office,” Craig Carpenito, U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey, said. “In New Jersey, these illegal activities run the gamut from over-prescribing dangerous opioids, to running pharmacies improperly, to mis-prescribing unnecessary medications, to tricking patients – often the elderly or vulnerable – into seeking expensive genetic testing or compounded prescriptions they don’t need. Today’s message should be clear: We are dedicated to combatting all forms of illegal activity in the health care arena. If you put patients’ health at risk with criminal intent,...
  • Justice Department Backs Catholic Church in Teacher Firing

    10/02/2019 6:34:06 PM PDT · by marshmallow · 5 replies
    Crux ^ | 9/28/19 | AP
    INDIANAPOLIS - The U.S. Justice Department is supporting Catholic Church leaders in Indianapolis who are being sued over the firing of a teacher in a same-sex marriage. Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband says the First Amendment protects the free exercise of religion and gives faith-based schools the right to associate with some people and not others. The government filed a statement Friday in Marion County court. Joshua Payne-Elliott says the Archdiocese of Indianapolis illegally interfered in his contract with Cathedral High School where he had worked for 13 years. The school fired him in June on orders from the archdiocese....
  • Leaking classified information is 'thievery, not protected speech,' Justice Department says

    10/01/2019 10:15:13 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 13 replies
    stripes.com ^ | October 2, 2019 | RACHEL WEINER | The Washington Post
    ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A contractor accused of leaking classified information engaged in "thievery, not protected speech," and has no First Amendment grounds to challenge his Espionage Act prosecutions, the Justice Department said in an Alexandria federal court filing. Former intelligence analyst Daniel Hale shared National Security Agency details of drone warfare with the website The Intercept, according to an indictment filed in May. His defense attorneys argued last month that the law was designed to deal with spies, not leakers, and that the prosecution runs afoul of the First Amendment by chilling newsgathering and implicating the reporter who received the...
  • Where does Mexico really get its guns?

    10/01/2019 4:31:38 PM PDT · by Navy Patriot · 21 replies
    Fox News ^ | October 1, 2019 | Hollie McKay
    Tucked inside a narrow wedge of a traditional open-air market is one of Mexico’s most dangerous black market operations. It’s known as the Tepito. It’s a barrio where even the police mostly remain outside. Inside, it’s under the tightly controlled thumb of the Union de Tepito, otherwise known as the Union Cartel – one of the capital city’s most violent and well-financed criminal players. ... And, the ATF itself became a contentious piece of that puzzle between 2009 and 2011 in what became known as “Operation Fast and Furious,” when the ATF’s Phoenix Field Division allowed illegal gun sales in...
  • Judge tells DOJ to charge McCabe or drop investigation

    10/01/2019 12:25:33 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 93 replies
    The Hill ^ | 10/01/19 | Rachel Frazin
    A judge told federal prosecutors on Monday that they needed to charge former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe or stop investigating whether he lied to authorities. Judge Reggie B. Walton said at a hearing that if prosecutors don't make a decision by Nov. 15, he would order the Justice Department to release internal FBI documents connected to McCabe's ouster, The Washington Post reported, citing a court transcript. “I would send this message to those in positions of authority in the U.S. Attorney’s office and the Justice Department ... that I will not condone further delay,” he reportedly said, adding that...
  • BREAKING: DOJ Special Prosecutor for Intel Chairman Adam Schiff (VANITY)

    09/29/2019 9:41:14 AM PDT · by topher · 54 replies
    Multiple: NBC News, Gateway Pundit, The Duran | 29-Sept-2019
    Web links:NBC NEWS: Trump says House Intel chair Schiff should 'resign and be investigated' — for parodying him In this article, conservatives in the 'House' are working to Censure Adam Schiff. Republican Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., in the House introduced a resolution censuring Schiff for his remarks. Propaganda was an important part of Germany in the 1930's and 1940's. Also, in the Communist USSR and Communist China, propaganda was used to prop up DICTATORSHIPS. Should propaganda be allowed by the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee??? The committee in the House partially controls and oversees the CIA/NSA among other important...
  • US Probe Of Lobbyists Podesta And Weber Ends Without Charges

    09/29/2019 3:24:00 AM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 32 replies
    A.P via WBNG ^ | 09/24/19 | AP
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A Justice Department investigation of two prominent lobbyists that was spun off from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe has concluded without charges. Justice Department lawyers recently informed representatives for Tony Podesta and former Rep. Vin Weber that they have ended the investigation. Their unregistered lobbying work for pro-Russia Ukrainian interests had come under investigation first by Mueller and later by federal prosecutors in New York. Weber lawyer Robert Trout says he and his client are “obviously” pleased with the outcome. The move, first reported by The Washington Post, follows the acquittal of prominent Washington lawyer Greg...