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Archive for April 5th, 2019

Weekend Series on Crime History: The Cali Cartel

Justice Defends Barr’s Handling of the Mueller Report

AG William Barr

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

After reports surfaced that the Mueller team wasn’t happy with the summary of their report that was issued by Attorney General William Barr, the Justice Department barked back.

DOJ spokeswoman Kerri Kupec said in a statement Thursday that each page of Mueller’s report was marked saying that it may contain confidential grand jury information “and therefore could not be publicly released,” The Hill reports.

U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes: Mueller Probe Was Fueled by ‘Bad-faith Investigative Actions By Government Officials’

Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif.

By U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes
For the Washington Examiner

As the Russia collusion hoax hurtles toward its demise, it’s important to consider how this destructive information operation rampaged through vital American institutions for more than two years, and what can be done to stop such a damaging episode from recurring.

While the hoax was fueled by a wide array of false accusations, misleading leaks of ostensibly classified information, and bad-faith investigative actions by government officials, one vital element was indispensable to the overall operation: the Steele dossier.

Funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democrat National Committee, which hid their payments from disclosure by funneling them through the law firm Perkins Coie, the dossier was a collection of false and often absurd accusations of collusion between Trump associates and Russian officials. These allegations, which relied heavily on Russian sources cultivated by Christopher Steele, were spoon-fed to Trump opponents in the U.S. government, including officials in law enforcement and intelligence.

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