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Albuquerque Civilian Police Oversight Members Resign: Can’t Keep Lying to the Community

8 hours agoNews : Reason

On the same day the Department of Justice (DOJ) released its findings on civil rights violations at the Albuquerque Police Department (APD), the city told its Police Oversight Commission (POC) that it couldn't rule against whatever the...Show More Summary

Networks Ignore IRS Seeking Criminal Investigation of Tax-Exempt Groups; CNN Reports

On Thursday morning's New Day, CNN reported the newest development in the IRS scandal that the broadcast networks ignored: the former IRS chief contacting the Justice Department about criminal investigations of tax-exempt groups. "The...Show More Summary

New Fox Show Tarnished By Panelist's False Reporting On IRS

On the same day Fox announced Katie Pavlich's role in a new show on the network, Pavlich created a false narrative that former IRS official Lois Lerner reached out to the Department of Justice about possible criminal prosecutions for tax-exempt groups. Show More Summary

Ahead of Supreme Court trial, Aereo opens lobbying and advocacy site

15 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

The United States Department of Justice says that streaming TV service Aereo is violating copyright law. Aereo, unsurprisingly, disagrees. In five days, the US Supreme Court will hear arguments from both sides. The former has already made its case to...

Emails Show Former IRS Official Lerner Talked with Justice Department

Emails show former IRS official Lois Lerner talked with Justice officials about seeking criminal prosecutions of tax-exempt groups that didn’t fully disclose their political activities.

Not-So-Secret Rape Apologist Runs for Missoula County Attorney

Kirsten Pabst is running for County Attorney in Missoula, a town in Montana that was lovingly nicknamed "America's rape capital" in 2012, after the U.S. Department of Justice launched an official investigation into how Missoula County's...Show More Summary

Emails Show Former IRS Official Lerner Talked with Justice Department

Emails show former IRS official Lois Lerner talked with Justice officials about seeking criminal prosecutions of tax-exempt groups that didn’t fully disclose their political activities.

Email Ties Lois Lerner to Justice Department in IRS Abuse of Power Scandal

The weaponized IRS has officially been linked to the weaponized Department of Social Justice in the campaign to persecute nonprofits likely to resist the liberal agenda. Katie Pavlich breaks the news: According to new IRS emails obtained...Show More Summary

Breaking: Lois Lerner Reached Out to DOJ on Plan to Prosecute Conservative Groups

Lois Lerner reached out to the Holder Department of Justice on a plan to prosecute conservative tax-exempt groups. Remember: this is the same woman who believed Tea Party groups were very dangerous. Judicial Watch reported, via Free Republic: Judicial Watch … Continue reading ?

Android Pirate Agrees To Work Undercover For the Feds

Getting busted by the FBI can hardly be a pleasurable experience but for one former Android software pirate his debt to the authorities won't be over anytime soon. As part of a plea agreement with the Department of Justice, a former member of the SnappzMarket group has just agreed to work undercover for the FBI. Show More Summary

Census corruption

You can put the U.S. Census Bureau on the shelf right next to the Justice Department (which, on top of everything else, is now accused of blocking corporate mergers for political reasons), the IRS, the Department of Health and Human Services, and all the other government agencies corrupted over the past five years. Show More Summary

Obama Commutes Sentence Of Man Given Three Extra Years In Jail By A Typo

President Obama reduced the sentence of another felon who was convicted of drug crimes Tuesday, as his Justice Department continues its push to reduce sentences for petty drug criminals

For film and TV crews, Brooklyn Borough Hall is the place to be

When a government spy hunter on the cable show “The Americans” was summoned to the Justice Department in Washington earlier this season, he never stepped foot inside the agency’s Pennsylvania Ave. headquarters.

Kansas City Shootings Investigated as Hate Crimes

The Justice Department, under Eric Holder's orders, will investigate whether yesterday's shootings at two Kansas City Jewish sites broke the federal hate crimes law, the AP reports. Holder today issued a statement on the shootings, which ended with three dead, allegedly at the hands of white supremacist Frazier Glenn Cross...

U.S. to probe Jewish shootings in Kansas City as a hate crime

Yesterday's deadly shootings at a Jewish community center in Kansas City will be probed as a hate crime by federal prosecutors. The Justice Department confirmed that it will investigate whether federal hate crimes were committed when 73-year-old suspect Fraizer Glenn Miller killed three people while yelling Nazi salutes. Show More Summary

CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: How Obama’s Justice Department Selectively Blocks Mergers By Republican CEOs…

CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: How Obama’s Justice Department Selectively Blocks Mergers By Republican CEOs.

Justice Department to investigate whether Kansas shooting was a hate crime, Holder says

Video by Associated Press The Justice Department will investigate whether federal hate crimes were committed in a Kansas shooting that left three people dead Sunday, Attorney General Eric Holder said. Holder said, in a statement released...Show More Summary

Greenwald and Poitras’ return: What’s the real reason they weren’t arrested?

Did the Justice Department have other fish to fry -- or did it avoid a showdown for fear of backlash?

Kelly’s vindication

Good news for New Yorkers, who live, work and play in what remains the world’s top terror target: New profiling rules the Justice Department is drafting will reportedly let the Federal Bureau of Investigation continue the critical work of using nationality to map neighborhoods, recruit informants and look for foreign agents.

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