Did Comey Violate Laws In Leaking The Trump Memo?Posted: June 8, 2017 Filed under: Crime & Corruption, Law & Justice, Politics, Russia, White House | Tags: FBI, James Comey, Jonathan Turley, Law, leaks, Testimony Leave a comment
One of the most interesting new disclosures today in the Comey hearing was the admission by former FBI Director James Comey that he intentionally used a “friend” on the Columbia law faculty to leak his memos to the media. Comey says that he did so to force the appointment of a Special Counsel. However, those memos could be viewed as a government record and potential evidence in a criminal investigation.
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[VIDEO] Watch Live: Former FBI Director James Comey Testifies Before SenatePosted: June 8, 2017 Filed under: Crime & Corruption, Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News, White House | Tags: Donald Trump, FBI, James Comey, NBC, Television, Testimony Leave a comment
Hillary Clinton Has All the FeelingsPosted: October 23, 2015 Filed under: Crime & Corruption, Law & Justice, Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: Benghazi, Hillary Clinton, journalism, LA Times, media, Newspapers, Testimony, The Pantsuit Report, Washington Post 1 Comment
BREAKING: Virginia Governor ‘Ferarri Bob’ McDonnell Guilty of Corruption, Jury FindsPosted: September 4, 2014 Filed under: Breaking News, Crime & Corruption, Law & Justice, U.S. News | Tags: ABC News, Bob McDonnell, Maureen McDonnell, McDonnell, Mitt Romney, Republican Party (United States), Testimony, Virginia 1 Comment
A Richmond jury today convicted former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on 11 of 14 corruption counts. His co-defendant wife Maureen McDonnell was found guilty on eight corruption counts and obstruction of justice.
The charges stemmed from exchanging favors with a wealthy Virginia businessman in exchange for more than $177,000 worth of lavish gifts, vacations, and loans. The pair was not convicted on bank fraud charges.
Reporters in the courtroom described the McDonnell family as sobbing and hysterical as the guilty charges were read. This was the third day of deliberations for the jury after a five-week trial. Read the rest of this entry »
Congressional Hearings: Preparation Advice for Lois LernerPosted: March 3, 2014 Filed under: Art & Culture, Censorship, Comics, Law & Justice | Tags: censorship, Congress, Daryl Issa, Fifth Amendment, IRS, IRS corruption, Justice, Lois Lerner, Tea Party, Testimony Leave a comment