New York Post | By Steven Nelson – Aug 19, 2020
Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday that federal agents helped make 1,485 arrests as part of the nine-city anti-violent-crime Operation Legend.
Barr said 1,000 state fugitives were arrested during the operation and 200 people face federal charges, many of them for illegal guns.
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(Natural News) In accordance with President Donald Trump’s executive order concerning Big Tech censorship, the Department of Justice has put forth new guidelines urging tech companies to more fairly “police” the content that passes through their digital platforms.
Because several of Trump’s tweets have been “fact-checked” or removed in recent weeks, Attorney General William Barr has finally decided to take action in addressing a problem that has plagued the “Big Three” – Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram – for years. →
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(The Free Thought Project) Geoffrey Berman, the powerful US attorney for the Southern District of New York has been the lead investigator into the Jeffrey Epstein child sex trafficking case since before the billionaire’s suspicious suicide. However, this friend of President Donald Trump who contributed to his campaign, was surreptitiously removed from his post by Attorney General William Barr — who falsely claimed Berman “resigned.”
Now, the lawyer for several of Epstein’s victims, Spencer Kuvin, is speaking out about the “highly suspect” removal of the top attorney. He is speculating that Trump or one of his staff may have asked Berman to stop investigating Prince Andrew over his ties to the billionaire pedophile and then fired him when he refused. →
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By Derrick Broze
On Monday, U.S. Attorney General William Barr, acting director of national intelligence Richard Grenell, and other senior officials called on a federal judge to prevent the disclosure of files related to the role of the government of Saudi Arabia in the September 11 attacks. The officials told the judge in the civil case that the release of the files would endanger national security.
The files are being sought by families of the 9/11 victims who have spent the last two decades attempting to uncover the truth about the attacks. The families filed a lawsuit in federal district court in New York in 2017 as part of their effort to uncover the role of the Saudi government. What is publicly known is that the alleged 9/11 hijackers had a relationship with Saudi government officials. As ProPublica reported, at the 2019 White House September 11 memorial, U.S. President Donald Trump promised the families he would help them uncover the truth about 9/11. He made similar promises while he was campaigning for president. →
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