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DOJ on Contempt Vote: ‘No One … Will Force the Department of Justice to Break the Law’

The Department of Justice reacted defiantly to Democrats’ vote on the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to recommend that Attorney General William Barr be held in contempt of Congress for refusing to release the full and underrated report of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into “Russian collusion” during the 2016 election. The Department of Justice was defiant, releasing a statement after the contempt vote that insisted: “The Attorney General could not comply with the House Judiciary Committee’s subpoena without violating the law … “Chairman Nadler’s actions have prematurely terminated the accommodation…

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House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler Threatens to Subpoena Attorney General Barr to Testify

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) on Monday threatened to subpoena Attorney General William Barr if he does not appear before the committee on Thursday to testify on the Special Counsel report. “We’ll have to use whatever means we can to force a subpoena,” Nadler said, according to CNN. Barr is scheduled to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday and the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday but may skip the House hearing, reportedly over his opposition to the hearing’s format. Nadler has said he wants each member…

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Feds Indict Sanctuary City Judge for Helping Illegal Alien Escape Arrest

The federal government is charging a Massachusetts judge and a courtroom officer with obstruction of justice after the pair allegedly helped a twice-deported illegal alien escape out the back door while an immigration enforcement officer was kept outside the front door. District Court Judge Shelley Richmond Joseph and Trial Court Officer Wesley MacGregor face severe penalties: “charges of conspiracy to obstruct justice and obstruction of a federal proceeding – aiding and abetting provide for sentences of no greater than 20 and five years in prison, respectively; five and three years…

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