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Loretta Lynch Let Russian Lawyer Into The Country Under ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’

  Obama DOJ Allowed Russian Lawyer Into The Country Under ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’ Jack Crowe The Russian lawyer at the center of the controversy surrounding the Trump administration was granted entry into the U.S. by the Obama Department of Justice under ‘extraordinary circumstances,’ inadvertently enabling a pro-Russian lobbying campaign that reached lawmakers, journalists and Department of State officials. Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya originally entered the country in October 2015 on a grant of immigration parole, a rare exemption which allowed her to enter the country without a visa and remain legallyRead More


Trump Makes Progress On Another Campaign Promise, Packing Courts With Conservative Judges

  Trump Makes Progress Packing Courts With Conservative Picks Kevin Daley Supreme Court Reporter A Senate panel cleared several of President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees Thursday, just hours before the White House announced its fifth slate of judicial candidates. The day was a productive one for an administration facing an unprecedented number of vacancies on federal courts. The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance the confirmation of several Trump nominees to federal appeals courts Thursday morning. John Bush, a Louisville lawyer in private practice, and Damien Schiff, a public interestRead More


UPDATE: Teen Sentenced To Probation For Attacking 68-Year-0ld Woman At FL ‘Pool Party’

NORTH LAUDERDALE, FL – Leon Balfour, who violently threw a 68-year-old Nancy James into a pool, will receive probation. Related: http://ibleedredwhiteblue.com/viral-video-teen-who-body-slammed-and-threw-elderly-woman-into-pool-given-home-detention-video/ Balfour struck a plea deal Tuesday and sentenced to probation on the condition he completes 200 hours of community service and pay the victim restitution.                 WATCH THE VIOLENT INCIDENT HERE:    


Convenience store owner who shot & killed thief sentenced to 8 years in prison

SPANAWAY, WASHINGTON – Convenience store owner Min Kim was sentenced to eight years in prison for shooting and killing a fleeing shoplifting suspect. There had been a string of robberies in the area prior to Kim’s defense of his store. This includes a previous robbery attempt of Mr. Kim’s convenience store. During the attempted robbery, Mr. Kim’s wife Lim Kim was shot during a shootout with the robber. “I was shot by a robber and after that my husband struggled in fear of losing me,” Lim Kim This verdict hasRead More


Girl Receives 6 Months in Juvenile Detention Facility For School Bathroom Attack That Left 16-year-old Classmate Dead

                          The Associate Press is Reporting: “WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — A 17-year-old Delaware girl convicted in a school bathroom attack that left a 16-year-old classmate dead was sentenced Monday to six months in a juvenile facility. The girl was convicted of criminally negligent homicide by a Family Court judge in April in the 2016 death of Amy Joyner-Francis. Cellphone video of the attack shows Joyner-Francis struggling to fight back and escape as she is repeatedly hit and kickedRead More


Judge’s Embarrassing Mistake Nullifies His Own Order Blocking Trump’s Refugee Ban

Judge’s Embarrassing Mistake Nullifies Order Blocking Trump’s Refugee Banby Kevin Daley A federal judge in Los Angeles may have goofed his order barring the U.S. government from canceling valid immigration visas in connection with President Donald Trump’s refugee policy. District Judge Andre Birotte of the Central District of California issued an order that forbade federal officials from “removing, detaining, or blocking the entry of Plaintiffs, or any other person from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen with a valid immigrant visa.” The wording of his ruling is somewhatRead More


The death of Justice Antonin Scalia: Chaos, confusion and conflicting reports

By Eva Ruth Moravec, Sari Horwitz and Jerry Markon MARFA, Tex. — In the cloistered chambers of the Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia’s days were highly regulated and predictable. He met with clerks, wrote opinions and appeared for arguments in the august courtroom on a schedule set months in advance. Yet as details of Scalia’s sudden death trickled in Sunday, it appeared that the hours afterward were anything but orderly. The man known for his elegant legal opinions and profound intellect was found dead in his room at a huntingRead More