Edward Snowden Responds After Trump DOJ Sues Whistleblower Over New Memoir the US Government “Does Not Want You to Read”

Edward Snowden Responds After Trump DOJ Sues Whistleblower Over New Memoir the US Government “Does Not Want You to Read” By Julia Conley Citing what First Amendment advocates have called an “unconstitutional” system of controlling what federal employees can and cannot say about their work, President Donald Trump’s Justice Department on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden over the publication of his new memoir. The day the book Permanent Record was released, the DOJ filed its lawsuit claiming Snowden had published without submitting the book for “pre-publication…

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Epstein Prison Guards “Not Cooperating” With DOJ Probe

Epstein Prison Guards “Not Cooperating” With DOJ Probe By Tyler Durden Employees at the Manhattan Metropolitan Correctional Center where convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein reportedly took his own life last week are not cooperating with the Justice Department investigators according to Fox News. Two senior DOJ officials sent by Attorney General William Barr have been on-site at MCC while the agency’s Inspector General investigates the situation. According to a senior DOJ official, Barr said that “serious irregularities” had been uncovered at the jail. The night of Epstein’s death, correctional officers did not check on…

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Lead US Prosecutor in Epstein Plea Deal Unexpectedly Quits Justice Department

Lead US Prosecutor in Epstein Plea Deal Unexpectedly Quits Justice Department By Tyler Durden Something big is about to hit in the Jeffrey Epstein drama, which in recent days has quietly slipped to the last page in the local media. Moments ago, the Miami Herald whose reporting in 2018 reincarnated the Epstein pedogate scandal, reported that Marie Villafaña, the lead federal prosecutor who helped negotiate the controversial plea deal for accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, has submitted her resignation to the Justice Department. Villafaña’s lawyer, Jonathan Biran, confirmed her resignation to the Miami Herald,…

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DOJ and FBI Show No Signs of Correcting Past Untruths in Their New Attacks on Encryption

DOJ and FBI Show No Signs of Correcting Past Untruths in Their New Attacks on Encryption By Andrew Crocker Last week, Attorney General William Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray chose to spend some of their time giving speeches demonizing encryption and calling for the creation of backdoors to allow the government access to encrypted data. You should not spend any of your time listening to them. Don’t be mistaken; the threat to encryption remains high. Australia and the United Kingdom already have laws in place that can enable those…

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DOJ Gifts Sachs And Bain Cap. Racketeers A Gymboree

DOJ Gifts Sachs And Bain Cap. Racketeers A Gymboree By Aaron Kesel We have seen the destruction of multiple companies by Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs Vulture Capitalists, including eToys, Toys R Us, KB Toys, and Fingerhut.  Now, we can add Gymboree to that list. Over and over again it’s the same schemes that this reporter has been chronicling for the past 2 years. In other words, it’s rinse wash repeat — companies are loaded up with debt so that the hedge fund can cash out then put through what’s…

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Declassified Documents Expose DOJ Rules for Spying on Journalists with Secret Court

Declassified Documents Expose DOJ Rules for Spying on Journalists with Secret Court By Derrick Broze On Monday the Freedom of the Press Foundation released Department of Justice documents detailing the procedure for monitoring journalists using the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. The documents were recently obtained via Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by Freedom of the Press Foundation and Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University. The documents reveal that the DOJ is not required to satisfy “a multi-part test” designed to prove they have exhausted all options before…

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President Trump Directs The Immediate Declassification Of Certain FISA, DOJ & FBI Documents

President Trump Directs The Immediate Declassification Of Certain FISA, DOJ & FBI Documents By Catherine J. Frompovich Is the “you know what” about to hit the fan? Pursuant to copyright law, the material below is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.  Therefore, I took the journalistic liberty to copy and paste, including adding some emphasis, selected important information readers may not learn about from mainstream, lamestream media and press sources. STATEMENTS & RELEASES Statement from the Press SecretaryLAW & JUSTICE Issued on: September 17, 2018 At the request of a…

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Russiagate Takes An Interesting Turn

Russiagate Takes An Interesting Turn By Catherine J. Frompovich As a journalist, I receive Judicial Watch’s Press Releases and Weekly Updates as part of their media contacts.  The Weekly Update received August 31, 2018, made me stop and wonder, “What the heck really is going on, and who doesn’t know what they are doing in the fiasco known as ‘Russiagate’.” “[National Security Division] FOIA consulted [Office of Intelligence] … to identify and locate records responsive to [Judicial Watch’s] FOIA request…. [Office of Intelligence] determined … that there were no records,…

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Deep State Corruption Discussed By Tom Fitton At Judicial Watch

Deep State Corruption Discussed By Tom Fitton At Judicial Watch By Catherine J. Frompovich TOPICSJudicial Watch Sues for Bruce Ohr/Steele/Fusion GPS Collusion DocsCourt Orders DOJ to Preserve Comey DocsTrump Follows Judicial Watch’s Work Tom Fitton, President, Judicial Watch 37:06 minutes  https://youtu.be/W3RgNxxNAsA?t=98 Hear Tom talk about the FBI and DOJ being contemptuous Are the FBI and DOJ out of control? The Bruce Ohr, formerly No. 4 at the Justice Dept., story Tom Fitton “shadow watched” YouTube’s Award to Judicial Watch Catherine J Frompovich (website) is a retired natural nutritionist who…

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The U.S. Department of Justice Inspector General’s Report

The U.S. Department of Justice Inspector General’s Report By Catherine J. Frompovich The Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Justice recently released a June 2018, 568-page report titled “A Review of Various Actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice in Advance of the 2016 Election,” which I have not read but want to share with readers so you can understand what’s going on. Hint: The report refers to the Comey-Clinton fiasco, etc. I’m on vacation and enjoying myself, so please excuse my…

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