He said the dangers are not limited to the elements inherent in the ranchlands, but being out alone in areas known to be used by human smuggling guides, and other drug-related organizations, remains a dangerous proposition for anyone. This is also the case for White, who struggled to recall the number of times he heard bullets fly by him during a search. … [Read more...] about Operation Identification Involves Immigrant Remains in Texas
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Reps. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., left, and Mike Pence, R-Ind, share a laugh at a rally to support a House resolution, scheduled for a vote Thursday, that would require a list of earmarks and the names of lawmakers sponsoring them to be contained in committee and conference reports. The rally took place on Cannon Terrace. … [Read more...] about Photo of Pence with officer apparently wearing QAnon patch raises eyebrows
Another prominent Kirkland alum, President Trump’s attorney general nominee, William Barr, was questioned about the case by Sen. Ben Sasse, a Nebraska Republican, during his confirmation hearings earlier this month. Barr said that since the case involved his former law firm, he would likely recuse himself — but he promised Sasse that he would address the Justice Department’s handling of the case in some fashion. … [Read more...] about Justice Dept. watchdog: Change law to let me probe Acosta’s Jeffrey Epstein plea deal
the Klein-affiliated ﬁrm that represented co-defendant Harrisongs Music in the “My Sweet Lord” case—suddenly “left the room,” Harrison said, “and came back with a deputy sheriff who gave me copies of what I am told were an order of attachment and summonses and other documents in cases being brought by [Klein’s] ABKCO against Apple Records and Apple Films Ltd.” Harrison claimed to be “very surprised” that Klein’s counsel “should take this action, especially as they had been involved in arranging the deposition.” Or as Harrison’s copyright litigator Joseph Santora put it: “In walk two of Klein’s thugs with legal papers they slapped on Harrison.” … [Read more...] about Did litigation kill the Beatles?
Sloman, however, insisted that Epstein’s lawyers’ aggressive defense had no bearing on the office’s decision to set aside what court records show was a 53-page federal indictment it had prepared against Epstein. Sloman said the facts dictated that Epstein should plead guilty to what he called “a crime in state court that reflected his true conduct,” adding that the case was “at heart, a local sex case.’’ … [Read more...] about Top aide of Jeffrey Epstein prosecutor Acosta: We acted with integrity