Category Archives: Crime & Punishment

Judge Nap: DOJ Should Pick Up Where FBI Left Off in Clinton Investigation

Judge Andrew Napolitano said the DOJ should pick up where the FBI left off last year in investigating Hillary Clinton, this time on suspicion of accepting bribes as well. Continue reading →
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Paradise Papers: Everything you need to know about the leak

The Paradise Papers are a huge leak of financial documents that throw light on the top end of the world of offshore finance. A number of stories are appearing in a week-long expose of how politicians, multinationals, celebrities and high-net-worth individuals use complex structures to protect their cash from higher taxes. Continue reading →

Texas gunman ‘had row with mother-in-law’

Texas church gunman Devin Patrick Kelley had three guns and had been involved in a domestic row with his mother-in-law, officials have said. The attack on the small church outside of San Antonio during Sunday services left 26 people dead and 20 injured. Continue reading →

Brazile: Wasserman Schultz Kept Data Breach Under Wraps

Former Democratic National Committee head Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz didn’t tell the organization’s own officers about a breach on its servers for more than a month after learning about it, according to Donna Brazile. Continue reading →

UK Sexual harassment claims are ‘no witch hunt’, says Harman

Labour MP Harriet Harman has told BBC News that the string of allegations of sexual abuse and harassment against MPs is not a witch hunt. She said: “There are a lot of men saying this has been blown out of all proportion, it’s a witch hunt. No, it’s not a witch hunt, it’s long overdue.”BBC

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Elizabeth Warren agrees Democratic race ‘rigged’ for Clinton

US President Donald Trump has called for an investigation after a Hillary Clinton supporter said the Democratic party “rigged” its primary for her. CNN asked Senator Elizabeth Warren if Mrs Clinton’s contest against Democratic rival Bernie Sanders was rigged, and she said: “Yes.” Continue reading →

Bowe Bergdahl receives dishonorable discharge, avoids jail time

US Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has received a dishonorable discharge but will avoid prison time for desertion and misbehavior before the enemy after abandoning his outpost in 2009, a military judge ruled Friday. Continue reading →

NYC attack: Trump calls driver ‘sick and deranged’

Tuesday President Trump reacted to the terror attack in Lower Manhattan by saying it was done by a “sick and deranged person.” Continue reading →

Hill Republicans want more answers from Wasserman Schultz, Podesta about Trump dossier money

Sunday Congressional Republicans called for Democrats John Podesta and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz to provide further answers about their party paying for a dossier on President Trump’s alleged ties to Russia, after telling Senate investigators last month that they had no knowledge of such payments. Continue reading →

Sen. Collins on Probe: See A Lot of Russian Activity, No Evidence of Collusion

Sunday GOP Sen. Susan Collins said she’s seen no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow in the Intelligence Committee’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Continue reading →