According to former Attorney General Eric Holder, Edward Snowden and the Justice Department might strike a deal that enables the former NSA contractor to return from Moscow to the United States. Read more...
The former Attorney General said "the possibility exists"
Former Attorney General Eric Holder has credited NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden with spurring “necessary debate,” and stated Monday he believes that the “possibility exists” that the Justice Department could work out a deal to potentially return him to the United States.
Former US Attorney General Eric Holder—the guy who filed a criminal complaint against Edward Snowden for three felony violations of the Espionage Act—is now hinting that Snowden could strike a plea deal if he came back to the US. Read more...
Former attorney general Eric Holder said that it might be possible for Edward Snowden to strike a deal with the Justice Department that would allow him to return from his two-year exile in Moscow.
Former United States Attorney General Eric Holder said "the possibility exists" that the Justice Department could reach a plea deal with Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor responsible for revealing the extent of NSA surveillance...Show More Summary
Former attorney general Eric Holder said today that a “possibility exists” for the Justice Department to cut a deal with former NSA contractor Edward Snowden that would allow him to return to the United States from Moscow.
Former attorney general Eric Holder said today that a “possibility exists” for the Justice Department to cut a deal with former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
The former attorney general will be based in the law firm’s Washington office to focus on investigations and compex lawsuits.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will return as a partner at the law firm he had left to become the nation’s top law enforcement official, his new employer said in a statement. Holder, who led the Justice Department from 2009 to 2015 and was one of President Barack Obama’s...
Attorney General Loretta Lynch found time in her busy schedule to join Twitter on Wednesday. In April, after 5 months of having her nomination held up, Lynch was sworn in as U.S. attorney general, replacing Eric Holder. Lynch is the first African-American woman to serve in the role.
By Salam Al-Marayati Attorney General Eric Holder announced three pilot cities in September 2014 for a federal countering violent extremism (CVE) program – Boston, Minneapolis and Los Angeles — leading many to believe that funding and implementation were taking place. On the one hand, some thought those cities were chosen because they were positive examples [Read More...]
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. on Thursday night lambasted the U.S. Supreme Court as he called for voting rights protections during his first major speech since leaving the Justice Department in late April.
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Former NYPD Police Commissioner Howard Safir slammed ex-Attorney General Eric Holder Sunday for orchestrating a witch-hunt against police officers.
Before leaving office, former Attorney General Eric Holder in March imposed new limits on the use of asset forfeiture against people suspected of engaging in illegal banking transactions. Lawyers representing a North Carolina coupleShow More Summary
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Good morning! Last week our Betters in the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Loretta Lynch as Attorney General, replacing the odious Eric Holder. Sadly, by all accounts Ms. Lynch is not any better. You can brush up on her here....