Justice

Defense lawyers say they will seek French asylum for Assange

Julian Assange’s European defense team said Thursday it will try to seek asylum in France for the Wikileaks founder, whose trial for extradition to the United States on spying charges… read more Defense lawyers say they will seek French asylum for Assange

Who’s Complaining About Investigations Now?

Byron York, Attorney General William Barr is looking into the murky origins of the politically charged Justice Department investigations that have roiled American public life for the last three years…. read more Who’s Complaining About Investigations Now?

Justice Still Denied for Kate Steinle

Lloyd Billingsley, Obama judges serve as robed politburo for Democrats. Last week, federal judge Vince Chhabria, a 2013 Obama appointee, ruled that Jose Inez Garcia Zarate, a Mexican national illegally… read more Justice Still Denied for Kate Steinle

Burn Down the DOJ and Start Over

Kurt Schlichter, I want you to tell me, without bursting into laughter, that I am still supposed to respect our federal law enforcement institutions. I keep hearing about these wonderful… read more Burn Down the DOJ and Start Over

“Most Liberal Judge” Accused of Sexual Harassment

Daniel Greenfield, This story will get a lot less attention than allegation about Justice Kavanaugh based on a high school yearbook. Not just because Judge Reinhardt is dead. But because he… read more “Most Liberal Judge” Accused of Sexual Harassment

Comey Blasts Barr’s Decision to Intervene in Roger Stone’s Excessive Sentencing

Fired FBI Director James Comey blasted Barr’s decision to intervene on the abusive and excessive Roger Stone sentencing recommendation handed down by Mueller’s crooked prosecutors. Federal Prosecutors on Monday recommended… read more Comey Blasts Barr’s Decision to Intervene in Roger Stone’s Excessive Sentencing

Fix the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, and Punish the Crooks Who Abused It

Austin Bay, Two months have passed since Dec. 9, 2019, the day Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz exposed the profound damage done to a judicial institution vital to successfully… read more Fix the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, and Punish the Crooks Who Abused It

Justice Department files new lawsuits in push to pressure ‘sanctuary cities’

The U.S. Department of Justice ramped up its fight against states and municipalities that adopt “sanctuary” policies to protect unauthorized immigrants from deportation, with new lawsuits against the state of… read more Justice Department files new lawsuits in push to pressure ‘sanctuary cities’

Justice Department receiving information on Bidens from Giuliani

The U.S. Justice Department is receiving information on former Vice President Joe Biden and his businessman son, Hunter Biden, from President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, a top Trump… read more Justice Department receiving information on Bidens from Giuliani

Epstein probe gets ‘zero cooperation’ from Prince Andrew: U.S. prosecutor

Britain’s Prince Andrew has provided “zero cooperation” to U.S. authorities probing sex trafficking allegedly carried out by deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein and co-conspirators, a prosecutor said on Monday. The FBI… read more Epstein probe gets ‘zero cooperation’ from Prince Andrew: U.S. prosecutor