They say a motivated prosecutor can “indict a ham sandwich.” But when it’s the Dept. of Justice and FBI judging their own– it seems like it’s not so easy.
The following is an excerpt of my news analysis in The Hill. What will Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s latest investigation reveal? Will Congress hold hearings about it? Will former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe actually get indicted? After all, it’s said that a motivated prosecutor can “indict a ham sandwich” if he […]
The vast majority of respondents describe our justice system as “two-tiered, unfair” in light of the Department of Justice decision not to prosecute former FBI Director James Comey. That’s according to the latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com. Read: 10 things Comey did wrong, according to the I.G. Ninety-five percent (95%) expressed this loss of faith […]
Does James Comey deserve “an apology,” as he suggested in a tweet, after the report from the Dept. of Justice I.G.? You decide.
The following is an excerpt of an article from The Hill. You can read the full post by clicking here. In July 2017, the Department of Justice Inspector General (IG) began an investigation into whether former FBI Director James Comey had improperly handled and shared government memos, including some containing classified information. In a report […]
Newly-released documents provide details from investigators who worked in Obama administration’s Intelligence Community Inspector General’s office Almost all of Hillary Clinton’s emails were surreptitiously sent to mysterious email address. Foreign hack suspected… and it isn’t the Russians. FBI’s Peter Strzok says he doesn’t recall investigators telling him of suspected national security breach. Clinton State Dept. […]
If some in the general public were outraged, so were some in the FBI. This week, FBI Director James Comey testified that Hillary Clinton and her aides had compromised classified information in an extremely careless fashion, exposed it to hostile adversaries, violated public records law, destroyed public documents (some permanently, so that they cannot be forensically recovered) […]
The following is a news commentary and analysis It’s a felony to mishandle classified information either intentionally or in a grossly negligent way. It’s a misdemeanor to knowingly remove classified information from appropriate systems or storage facilities. On these points, there’s unanimity. There’s not so much unanimity when it comes to how one interprets “intention,” […]