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Jeff Session to Start Deporting Tens of Thousands of Illegals

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The fate of tens of thousands of immigrants’ court cases could rest in the hands of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. That’s not a metaphor. Sessions has stepped into the immigration system in an unprecedented manner: giving himself and his office the ability to review, and rewrite, cases that could set precedents for a large share of the hundreds of thousands of immigrants with pending immigration... 

Chinese Companies Indicted in Dangerous Dietary Fraud

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A Dallas, Texas, grand jury has returned two indictments against five Chinese citizens and four companies alleging fraud and other charges, the US Justice Department announced. The charges relate to the sales of stimulants intended for inclusion in dietary supplements which were deliberately mislabelled so as to hide their dangerous side effects and avoid health regulations. According to a statement... 

Now Jill Stein Wants The Justice Department To Investigate The Election

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Jill Stein’s pointless recount campaign wasn’t enough, apparently. Now she wants the Justice Department to investigate the election. The Hill reports: Stein pushes Justice Dept. for investigation of electoral system Jill Stein is continuing her push to investigate the integrity of the U.S. electoral system, with lawyers for the former Green Party presidential candidate asking Attorney General... 

FBI Finds 14,900 Lost Clinton Emails

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WHY IS THIS WOMAN STILL WALKING THE STREETS? WHY IS HILLARY CLINTON NOT IN PRISON? The FBI today announced they found ANOTHER 14,900 lost Hillary Clinton emails. The Washington Post reported: The FBI’s year-long investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from her time as secretary of state that had not been disclosed by her attorneys, and a federal... 

US Justice Dept hits 80 Swiss banks with penalties

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Eighty Swiss banks have agreed to pay the US fines totaling $1.36 billion in order to avoid court prosecution, according to the US Justice Department. After the investigation has been completed all the banks are required to cooperate in related criminal or civil proceedings, said the department. The US Justice Department began its Swiss Bank Program in 2013. It provided a way for Swiss banks to admit... 

Volkswagen faces $48 billion in fines in US

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The US Justice Department has filed a lawsuit estimated to worth $48 billion against German automaker Volkswagen for violating environmental laws. Germany’s leading automaker Volkswagen – that has hit a controversy over an emission control mechanism scandal for four months now – could face up to $48 billion for allegedly violating environmental laws by the US Justice Department. Reuters reported... 

US Banks rigged $12.8 Trillion Market

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US banks might have rigged another huge market, Bloomberg reports. Dealers including top American banks which control the $12.8 trillion US Treasury market rigged bond auctions for years, Bloomberg reports. Citing a federal antitrust lawsuit, the financial data and news provider says the giant Jewish owned banks such as Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and Morgan Stanley coordinated to manipulate Treasury... 

US to free Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard in November

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Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard. The United States is grating parole to Jonathan Pollard after three decades of imprisonment on charges of spying for Israel. Pollard, a former US Naval intelligence analyst who spied for the Tel Aviv regime, will be freed from life sentence, his lawyers announced on Tuesday. The decision, made unanimously by the three members of the Parole Commission, was later confirmed... 

Argentine Supreme Court clears 9/11 truther extradition

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In an unprecedented move, the Argentinean Supreme Court under the pressure of the US Justice Department agreed to extradite Kurt Sonnenfeld, a former Federal Emergency Management Agency official who revealed the US government’s connection with the 9/11 attacks. Sonnenfeld has been living in Buenos Aires for more than 10 years and according to the Denver district attorney he is charged with killing... 

Thug Beats Elderly Man in Suspected 'Racial Attack'

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An elderly man was brutally savaged by a street black thug as he walked through a Bronx neighborhood in broad daylight, a beating the man referred to as a senseless “racial attack.” Bronx resident William King, 67, is seeing the neighborhood he’s lived in for forty years in a different light after yesterday. On Monday, King was walking down the sidewalk, near Briggs Avenue and East 197th Street,... 

Albuquerque hit by protests after police executes Homeless Man for Camping

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A large number of demonstrators have poured into the streets of Albuquerque in the US state of New Mexico to protest the fatal shooting of a homeless man by the police. The demonstration was held on Tuesday evening. The protesters marched toward the Police Headquarters chanting “We want justice,” holding signs “APD is guilty,” and demanded justice for James Boyd, the Associated... 

CIA under probe for spying on Senate panel

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The Central Intelligence Agency’s inspector general has asked the US Justice Department to investigate allegations that the spy agency spied on the Senate Intelligence Committee. The allegations are directly related to a closed-door battle between the CIA and its congressional overseers over a 6,300-page report which details torture techniques, including water-boarding, wall-slamming and shackling,... 

Walmart found guilty of dumping hazardous waste nationwide

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America’s largest retailer and employer has been fined over $100 million for violating environmental regulations by disposing of fertilizer, pesticide and bleach in sewage systems across the country, among other violations. Walmart pleaded guilty to six counts of violating the Clean Water Act by disposing of hazardous chemicals in garbage receptacles and sewage systems at over 4,000 retail outlets... 

US Justice Department acknowledges wide-ranging surveillance of AP

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The president of the Associated Press has sent a letter of protest to US Attorney General Eric Holder over the Department of Justice’s broad surveillance of individual reporters’ phone conversations. In a letter received by the AP on Friday, the Justice Department acknowledged but offered no explanation for the seizure of two months’ worth of telephone records of reporters and editors.... 

NRA declares government will seize guns

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The National Rifle Association claims it has obtained a Justice Apartment memo that notes President Obama’s gun control initiatives would be ineffective without seizing citizens’ assault rifles and requiring a federal gun registration. It’s not clear how the NRA obtained a memo under the name of one of the Justice Department’s leading crime researchers, but its authenticity has... 
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