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Archive for March 1st, 2019

Weekend Series on Crime History: The Montreal Mob

2 Trump Allies Want DOJ to Investigate Michael Cohen For Perjury

Michael Cohen, former attorney for President Trump.

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Two of President Donald Trump’s closest allies on the House Oversight Committee are going after Michael Cohen for his testimony on Wednesday.

Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan and North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows have asked the Justice Department to investigate whether Cohen committed perjury during his lengthy testimony before their committee, CNN reports.

The criminal referral outlined several areas including Cohen’s claims that he did not seek a job in the Trump White House, his denial of committing bank fraud, as well as his assertion that he did not have any reportable contracts with foreign entities.

Secret Service Agent Who Said She Wouldn’t Take A Bullet For Trump is Leaving

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Kerry O’Grady, the U.S. Secret Service agent who publicly said in 2017 that she wouldn’t take a bullet President Donald Trump, is leaving the agencies with a black mark. Still, she’ll walk away in about three weeks with her pension intact, Real Clear Politics reports.

After he comment went public, she was removed as head of the Denver office.

Real Clear Politics reports that she has quietly settled a disciplinary action against her.

Head of D.C. ATF Field Office Talks About Fighting Spike in Homicides in The City

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

ATF Special Agent in Charge Ashan M. Benedict started his career dealing with street violence in D.C. He eventually rose through the ranks and headed up the New York field office in 2016.

But with the spike in homicides in the District, he’s back to head up the D.C. Field Office to help battle a spike in homicides.

WUSA9 spoke to him about his latest challenge.