The long-awaited DOJ IG investigation appears to be a punt.
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The Hill has an update on the US Attorney purge investigations. The most interesting news is that they appear to be chasing down the abundant evidence that the claims about Iglesias’ firing were a cover-up of the real reasons, which are reported to personally involve George Bush.
This is my general review of the interim report on the USA Purge. If you haven’t already done so, make sure you read the post on the Iglesias cover-up, which I believe to be the most important aspect of the report.
The report on the findings to date in the USA purge lists the following crimes and violations that may have been committed in the course of the USA firings:Obstruction of justice,
281 days. That’s how long–by my admittedly rough count–Jeff Taylor has been serving as Interim USA for DC. He’s been serving roughly 21 days since George Bush signed a law that effectively did away with the PATRIOT appointment he currently serves under. Yet there he is, a former DOJ clique-member, Counselor to the Attorney General for four years, and before that Counsel to the Republican-led Senate Judiciary Committee.
Yet come Wednesday, when
At a hearing before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs this week, Thomas Heffelfinger got asked some questions about how the USA Purge related to his work–and that of Chiara, Charlton, Iglesias, McKay, and Bogden before they were fired. In his testimony, Heffelfinger noted that those USAs on NAIS who were fired were not just on the subcommittee, they were leaders on it.
Some more details on the timing and narratives surrounding Putin’s crack-down on FSB.
The Mike Rogers purge and his replacement by Devin Nunes may mean that Trump intends to increase his blame on Obama for ISIS.
As I said in my post the other day, the definition of Specific Selection Term in the Leahy version of USA Freedom addresses almost all my concerns about bulk collection under USA Freedom Act. But not all of them. I have two concerns. First, some background. The bill actually uses two definitions of “specific selection term.” […]