DOJ targeting scams against older people

The Justice Department says it’s charged more than 260 individuals over the past year in connection with fraud scams that victimize people age 60 and older. (March 7)

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(12 Dec 2018) Here’s the latest for Wednesday, December 12th: Michael Cohen sentenced to three years in prison; CIA’s Haspel briefs House leaders on Khashoggi murder; DOJ says China poses a serious security threat; Washington state builds bridge to keep animals safe.

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DOJ: China poses serious national security threat

(12 Dec 2018) U.S. national security officials say China’s cyber threats and the theft of intellectual property from American companies pose one of the largest economic and national security challenges for the United States. (Dec. 12)

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Ken Starr: Mueller May Indict Trump After His Presidency (HBO)

Special Counsel Bob Mueller has two pathways to proceed against President Trump if he uncovers serious wrongdoing by the President, former independent counsel Ken Starr told VICE News.

Mueller can either refer his findings to Congress for impeachment — as Starr did with former President Bill Clinton in 1998. Or Mueller can wait for Trump’s presidency to end, and indict Trump afterwards, Starr said.

Starr said he believes that the law does permit a sitting president to face a criminal indictment. But longstanding DOJ policy against charging a sitting president will keep Mueller from charging Trump while in office, Starr predicted — no matter what the special counsel’s investigation into Trump’s links to Russia finds.

Unlike many observers, Starr himself has real-world experience in making such decisions. In 1998, he sent an explosive report to Congress, dubbed the Starr Report, that laid out 11 “grounds” for impeaching Clinton, including perjury, obstruction of justice, witness-tampering and abuse of power.

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WikiLeaks chief Assange could see charges

(16 Nov 2018) The DOJ inadvertently named Julian Assange in a court filing in an unrelated case, suggesting they have prepared charges against the WikiLeaks founder under seal. Any charges could shed light on whether Russia coordinated with Trump’s campaign.(Nov. 16)

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DOJ announces launch of hate crimes web site

(29 Oct 2018) US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein vowed Monday that the Justice Department is rededicating its commitment to preventing hate crimes, two days after a gunman killed eleven people in a Pittsburgh synagogue.. (Oct. 29)

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DOJ: North Korean charged in major cyberattacks

(6 Sep 2018) A computer programmer accused of working at the behest of the North Korean government has been charged in connection with several high-profile cyberattacks, including the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack and the WannaCry ransomware virus. (Sept. 6)

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Senators voice concern over Trump’s DOJ tweets

(4 Sep 2018) Senators on Capitol Hill voiced their concern over tweets by President Donald Trump that attacked the Department of Justice and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. (Sept. 4)

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Trump again threatens to get involved in DOJ

(31 Aug 2018) President Donald Trump is once again threatening to intervene in the Justice Department if they fail to take the actions he’s demanding. At a rally in Indiana, Trump also continued his attacks on democrats and the media. (Aug. 30)

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