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Panama Papers are available, but why hasn’t US asked to see them?

5 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

WASHINGTON — Nearly three months after the revelations from the Panama Papers exposed politicians, drug cartels and the wealthy hiding millions behind offshore companies, the U.S. Justice Department has yet to ask its Panamanian counterpart for access to seized records. The inaction raises...

Utah Police Introduces Porn-Sniffing Dog

I thought I was being punked, but it does work, a prosecutor for the Department of Justice said of the cops special pups.

Justice Department Unveils New Rules for Mississippi County Jails

The deal requires the local government to address human rights abuses uncovered in its jails last year by the DOJ Civil Rights Division. Local and federal officials hope the changes will reduce recidivism and lower the county’s incarceration rate. The post Justice Department Unveils New Rules for Mississippi County Jails appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Look! Reasonable People!

This happened at the DOJ "community briefing:" Protesters on Wednesday repeatedly shouted down members of the Justice Department team investigating civil rights violations by the Chicago Police Department during a raucous public hearing...Show More Summary

Justice Department won't charge 3 Washington state officers who fatally shot man after he threw rocks at them

2 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Three police officers in a small Washington state town who fatally shot an unarmed man after he threw rocks at them will not be charged with any federal crimes, the U.S. Department of Justice said, though a state coroner’s inquest has yet to be conducted. The Pasco, Wash., officers lacked the “willfulness…to...

Justice Department Reaches Deal With Mississippi County on Prison Reform

2 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The settlement with Hinds County requires, for the first time, a local government to provide an array of options intended to reduce mass incarceration.

Former U.S. Attorney: FBI Will ‘Revolt Of Watergate Proportions’ If Hillary Clinton Not Indicted

A former U.S. attorney declared in a recent interview that there is “no doubt” the Department of Justice will indict Hillary Clinton no later than the November election or risk provoking a “Watergate proportions” revolt from the FBI and other intelligence officials. Show More Summary

JUSTICEDEPARTMENT: DOJ Insists That Rule 41 Change Is Not Important, Nothing To See Here, Move O…

JUSTICEDEPARTMENT: DOJ Insists That Rule 41 Change Is Not Important, Nothing To See Here, Move On Annoying Privacy Activist People.

FedEx Beats DoJ

The shipping company turns out not to be a criminal conspiracy. The Justice Department, on the other hand, seems like it has been engaging in extortion. FedEx, Not a Criminal Conspiracy

Lynch : Fight Terrorism With Love

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has put her foot in her mouth. Here is an excerpt from a Reuters story: “Let me say to our LGBT friends and family … this Department of Justice, and your country, stands with you in the light,” Lynch told a news conference. “We stand with you to say that [...] The post Lynch : Fight Terrorism With Love appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

Loretta Lynch: We May Never Know Orlando Shooter’s True Motivation

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

Attorney General Loretta Lynch said during a Tuesday press conference that the Justice Department may never be able to narrow down the Orlando terrorist's motivation for killing 49 people in a gay club and declaring allegiance to IS...

THIS DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE IN PARTICULAR NEEDS MORE JUDICIAL SCRUTINY: DOJ Drops Stupid Drug Traffi…

THIS DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE IN PARTICULAR NEEDS MORE JUDICIAL SCRUTINY: DOJ Drops Stupid Drug Trafficking Charges Against FedEx After Judge Criticizes Its ‘Novel Prosecution.’

The U.S. Government Renews Its Assault on Privacy

3 days agoNews : Truthdig

(Taubin / (CC-BY-2.0)) Having failed to secure a bill outlawing the encryption of private data, the FBI and Justice Department are now “engaged in a multi-pronged attack on all sorts of other privacy rights – this time, with much less...Show More Summary

Why Didn't the DOJ Do This Before?

Just wondering: Why didn’t the Department of Justice redact the statements of Dylann Roof? He was quite clear about his motivations too. Why Didn't DOJ Edit Dylann Roof

Bipartisan No-Fly-List Gun Bill Introduced in Senate

Maine Republican Susan Collins and a bipartisan group of senators have introduced a compromise bill that would authorize the Justice Department to deny gun sales to individuals on two terror watch lists; while the proposal's chancesShow More Summary

PAGING MR. ORWELL: “It’s hard to recall a moment when the American Justice Department has looked…

PAGING MR. ORWELL: “It’s hard to recall a moment when the American Justice Department has looked so ridiculous as in its censoring transcripts of the 911 calls from the gunman at Orlando. George Orwell couldn’t have made it up.” Malcolm Muggeridge famously said that there is no way any satirist can compete with reality for […]

Connecting Dots: Mateen’s Gay Lover Says Democrat Terrorist Hated Puerto Ricans

Since the absurd Loretta Lynch has no idea why the gay Democrat Muslim terrorist shot up a gay nightclub, perhaps someone in the so-called “JusticeDepartment can pass along this nugget to her. A man who claims he was Orlando … Continued

Dep't of Justice To Hold Public Forums Regarding CPD Investigation

Interesting press release came today:"Department of Justice to Host Public Forums to Hear from Community as Part of Investigation of Chicago Police Department. The Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice, along...Show More Summary

Family bewildered by "vague" findings in gym mat death

3 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Justice Department closes investigation into Kendrick Johnson's death, finding "insufficient evidence to support federal criminal charges"

FBI Request to Tech Companies Made Public for the First Time

For several years internet and tech companies have been struggling with federal agencies, including the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI, over whether companies must legally furnish private user data without a warrant.

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