Posts Tagged ‘FBI’

Hackers at a conference in Las Vegas were able to successfully breach the software of U.S. voting machines in just 90 minutes on Friday, revealing major security deficiencies in America’s election infrastructure.

Source: Perspectives: The Hill — Hackers break into voting machines in 90 minutes

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On Wednesday, an article of impeachment against President Trump accusing him of obstructing justice during the federal investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election was introduced by Democratic Representative Brad Sherman.

Source: Perspectives: The Hill — House Democrat files article of impeachment against Trump (VIDEO)


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“A news report today sent Washington into another spasm when it appeared that ABC and other news outlets reported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein confirmed that he might have to recuse himself from any further involvement in the Russian investigation.”

Source: Perspectives: The Hill — If Rod Rosenstein recuses himself, Robert Mueller may be next


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Robert Reich reviews James Comey’s 7-page opening statement in advance of his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday about his relationship with Donald Trump in the months before the president fired him as FBI director.

Source: Perspectives: Robert Reich: Former FBI Director James Comey’s Testimony He Will Give Tomorrow


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The two men who could bring down the president have been preparing their entire lives for this moment.

Source: Perspectives: Politico — What Donald Trump Needs to Know About Bob Mueller and Jim Comey


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Law enforcement lets informants break the law, even murder. Redacted reports indicate that the FBI still will not tell the truth. If we cannot achieve things in a legal way, but most importantly in a moral way, then we should not be doing them at all.

But government and law enforcement don’t do things that live up to American ideals. As a result, we are fast becoming a nation with little confidence in law enforcement and constituted authority, of whom we should have an expectation of being aboveboard.

Read article here: The James ‘Whitey’ Bulger Trial Doesn’t Speak Well for the U.S.

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