Tag Archives: Justice Department

Justice Department fails to comply with court order to release transcripts of Flynn’s conversations with Russian ambassador


WASHINGTON – Federal prosecutors on Friday declined to make public transcripts of recorded conversations between Michael Flynn and Russia’s ambassador to the United States in December 2016, despite a judge’s order. In a court filing Friday, the Justice Department wrote ...

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Inspector general says mishandling of sexual harassment complaints at Justice Department is a ‘systemic’ problem

WASHINGTON – The Justice Department has “systemic” problems in how it handles sexual harassment complaints, with those found to have acted improperly often not receiving appropriate punishment, and the issue requires “high level action,” according to the department’s inspector general. ...

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A stain on the Justice Department

Last week, President Obama granted clemency to 153 individuals who had been incarcerated under mandatory minimum drug-sentencing laws, bringing to more than 1,100 the number of clemency petitions the administration has granted. “You don’t just try to hammer everybody for ...

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