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BP Execs Should Go to Jail Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2010 BP is a blatant repeat offender — a serial criminal. In 2005, BP's criminal conduct resulted
By staff writers | NewsCore | July 14, 2010 THE US Justice Department charged six New Orleans police officers today in connection with a shooting and alleg
mediamatters.org | July 09, 2010 Media figures have emphasized the fact that the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is technically "bipartisan" to hype its i
By Ryan J. Reilly | Main Justice | May 16, 2010 Mark Richard, a Justice Department legend who served 16 Attorneys General in his more than 40 years at DOJ,
By Dan Froomkin Huffington Post | April 9, 2010 BAE Systems, the British defense giant that is the eighth-biggest contractor to the U.S. government, recent
by John Aravosis (DC) America Blog | 3/05/2010 Oh, she'll need to get in line if she's the new conservative McCarthy. She's got an entire wing of her part
By Barbara Hollingsworth Examiner Columnist | 12/03/09 Re: “SEC IG looks into United Airlines bankruptcy,” Nov. 24 For three years, the Federal Bureau
By Andrew Ramonas | Main Justice | November 17, 2009The Justice Department opposes an appeal from former Alabama Democratic Gov. Don Siegelman for the Supr
Re the Don Siegelman frame-up: " ... News out of Alabama this week indicates that Craig might be more interested in protecting Rove than in seeing that jus
legaltimes.typepad.com | November 04, 2009The federal government has agreed to settle for $3 million a long-running suit in federal district court in Washi
By Roger Shuler pubrecord.org 07 July 2009A U.S. Department of Justice whistleblower has been fired from her job after speaking out about wrongdoing in
WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal prosecutor who became the public face of the Justice Department's investigation into the 2001 anthrax attacks, the killing
Wiki entry: Jeffrey A. Taylor is the interim United States Attorney for the District of Columbia.Prior to his work in Washington, DC, Jeffrey Taylor served
Criminal inquiry comes on recommendation of Justice Department investigators. By Eric Lichtblau, Sharon Otterman THE NEW YORK TIMES September 30, 2008 WA
" ... CACI had a contract with DOJ to help stop American citizens from getting access to geographic information and the related skills, jobs and equity. ..
I was implanted at a hospital in 2002.These crimes against humans are ongoing.The govt. is involved through various agencies,as well as the private sector.organized crime working with the DOJ, to target and experiment on citizens.state secrets excuses
allow these criminals to maime and murder.
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