The Enemy Within: Border Security Agents Illegal Activities

  The Enemy Within: Bribes Bore a Hole in the U.S. Border New York Times By Ron Nixon DEC. 28, 2016 In 2012, Joohoon David Lee, a federal Homeland Security agent in Los Angeles, was assigned to investigate the case of a Korean businessman accused of sex trafficking. Instead of carrying out a thorough inquiry, Mr. Lee solicited and received about $13,000 in bribes and other gifts from the businessman and his relatives in return for making the “immigration issue go away,” court records show. Mr. Lee, an agent with Homeland Security Investigations at Immigration and Customs Enforcement, filed a … Continue reading

Loretta Lynch Defends FBI – Investigation of Hacks Not Over

Loretta Lynch Responds To Attacks From Clinton Campaign The Daily Caller Chuck Ross December 17, 2016 Attorney General Loretta Lynch is defending the FBI against allegations that the bureau mishandled investigations of email hacks of Democrats and focused too much attention on Hillary Clinton’s private email server. “I can tell you that this investigation was taken seriously from the beginning,” Lynch said in an interview with CNN that airs Sunday. She was responding to complaints raised by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta in an op-ed published by The Washington Post on Friday. Podesta, who had his Gmail account hacked during … Continue reading

Reid Missed The Lesson On Only Throw Stones IF YOU Are Innocent Of Wrong Yourself

The Upstanding Senator Accusing FBI – Really? Reid Probably Should Stop His FBI Comments Before His Home State Makes Their Move and The DoJ Decides To Declare CheckMate…. Salt Lake Tribune: Prosecutor Wants DOJ to Investigate Possible Harry Reid Connection to Suspected $2M Bribe Breitbart December 12, 2016 The $2 million cashier’s check was drawn at a St. George bank Nov. 5, 2010. From there, it was sent by FedEx to a Los Angeles attorney who represented Ireland-based Full Tilt Poker. Made out to “Mail Media LTD” — a Full Tilt-owned entity used to launder online-gambling funds — the millions then … Continue reading

Rule 41 Changes In Effect December 1, 2016 – Matter of Government Hacking vs Privacy

  Back in June 2016, DoJ posted a press release that mostly went unnoticed. However, Lynch beginning December 1, 2016 can take actions which are outlined in the memo and which were decided upon behind closed doors without oversight or transparency. This is another one of the overreaches the administration hoped skipped by public notice. RULE 41 CHANGES ENSURE A JUDGE MAY CONSIDER WARRANTS FOR CERTAIN REMOTE SEARCHES June 20, 2016 Blog post courtesy of Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Criminal Division Congress is currently considering proposed amendments to Rule 41, which are scheduled to take effect … Continue reading

DoJ Finds Time To Sue Direct TV But Has No Time For The Clinton Foundation

  On November 4, 2016 the Department of Justice did a press release on suing DIRECTV for “Orchestrating Information Sharing Agreements with Three Competitors.” Declaring that it performed “Unlawful Information Sharing (which) Contributed to Blackout that Deprived Many Fans of Opportunity to Watch Los Angeles Dodgers on TV for Last 3 Seasons. The Department of Justice sued DIRECTV and its corporate successor, AT&T Inc., today for acting as the ringleader of a series of unlawful information exchanges between DIRECTV and three of its competitors – Cox Communications Inc., Charter Communications Inc. and AT&T – during the companies’ negotiations to carry … Continue reading

Complaint Filed Against Comey For Interfering With Election

DOJ Complaint Filed Against FBI Director James Comey For Interfering In Presidential Election Politicus By Jason Easley Oct 28th, 2016 (Liberal News Reporting) A complaint has been filed against FBI Director James Comey with Department of Justice Office of Professional Responsibility that accuses him of interfering in a presidential election. A complaint has been filed against FBI Director James Comey with Department of Justice Office of Professional Responsibility that accuses him of interfering in a presidential election. The Democratic Coalition Against Trump released a statement announcing their complaint: The Democratic Coalition Against Trump filed a complaint with the Department of … Continue reading

Immigration’s Alphabet Soup Is Turning Sour – Some of the mind-controlled rats there may need to be rethinking their employment soon

The September 8, 2016 OIG Report created quite a stir online and in congress. But there is so much more that should have been questioned and addressed.  This is only one drip in the dam.  We won’t know until after Trump takes office just how bad the deliberately altered statistics, the rotten inner management, and the truly frightening security threat will be.  The leaked documents may help but they only serve at this time to frustrate us simply because we know that Obama’s crew were only hired as YES worker bees. DHS OIG HIGHLIGHTS Potentially Ineligible Individuals Have Been Granted … Continue reading

Civil War: Black Activists Declare Jihad On America

Posted on August 8, 2016 by Baxter Dmitry in News, US A pro-black hate group more extreme than Black Lives Matter has declared civil war on white America, urging gangs across the country to unite and murder “babies and grandmothers” and anyone in uniform – including first responders such as fire fighters and paramedics, because “they are on the same side as the police.“ Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere, an “advisor” to the New Black Panther Party and head of the African American Defense League posted on Facebook, “WE ARE CALLING ON THE GANGS ACROSS THE NATION! ATTACK EVERYTHING IN BLUE EXCEPT … Continue reading

Chief Executive Officer of International Metallurgical Company Arrested for Exporting Aerospace-Grade Metals to Iran

(Picture from NYPost.com) Selim Algar New York Post March 2, 2016 “Kuyumcu first bought the material from a U.S. supplier and then sold it to Iranian buyers through an intermediary in Turkey, according to the feds. “U.S. export laws exist to prevent potentially dangerous good from falling into the wrong hands,” said U.S. Attorney Robert Capers in a statement. To conceal the scheme, Kuyumcu and his collaborators referred to Iran as “the neighbor” instead of referring to it explicitly.” ### DOJ Press Release – March 1, 2016 Defendant Exported High-Tech Material Used in Missile Production and Nuclear Applications Earlier today … Continue reading

A Surprise Move from Loretta Lynch

From Washington Times: Attorney General Loretta Lynch told Congress on Wednesday she is preparing to crack down on sanctuary cities and would try to stop federal grant money from going to jurisdictions that actively thwart agents seeking to deport illegal immigrants. Her announcement marks a major policy reversal for the administration, which for years has opposed legislation that would have forced such a crackdown. The federal Bureau of Prisons will now try to deport illegal immigrants rather than turn them over to sanctuary cities, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Wednesday in a bid to solve the situation that may have led to the … Continue reading

Strong Cities Network Or UN International Police Force

Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, September 28, 2015 Launch of Strong Cities Network to Strengthen Community Resilience Against Violent Extremism Cities are vital partners in international efforts to build social cohesion and resilience to violent extremism.  Local communities and authorities are the most credible and persuasive voices to challenge violent extremism in all of its forms and manifestations in their local contexts.  While many cities and local authorities are developing innovative responses to address this challenge, no systematic efforts are in place to share experiences, pool resources and build a community of cities to … Continue reading

Service Members Receive Great News–Compensation for Unlawful Foreclosures

Service Members’ Compensation for Unlawful Foreclosures Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Rises to $311 Million  Department of Justice Press Release September 30, 2015 Go HERE to see the press release. The Justice Department announced today that an additional 1,461 service members and their co-borrowers are eligible to receive over $186 million for home foreclosures under the department’s settlements with five of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers. Those settlements implement the protections of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Together with other foreclosure-related compensation announced by the department in February, a total of 2,413 service members and their co-borrowers are … Continue reading

DOJ’s Office of Legal Council Blocking IG Investigations

DOJ facing bipartisan criticism for move to ‘undermine’ gov’t watchdogs FOX NEWS July 27, 2015 Matt Fossen – contributor The Justice Department is facing bipartisan criticism for clamping down on government watchdogs’ access to documents, in a decision lawmakers say defies Congress and undermines those tasked with rooting out government misconduct. The DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel issued a 68-page memo last week that said the department’s inspector general would be required to get permission from the agencies it oversees to obtain wire taps, grand jury testimonies, and credit information. IGs are assigned to audit and conduct internal reviews of … Continue reading

Say What? FIFA Really?

Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Nine FIFA Officials and Five Corporate Executives Indicted for Racketeering Conspiracy and Corruption The Defendants Include Two Current FIFA Vice Presidents and the Current and Former Presidents of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF); Seven Defendants Arrested Overseas; Guilty Pleas for Four Individual Defendants and Two Corporate Defendants Also Unsealed A 47-count indictment was unsealed early this morning in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, charging 14 defendants with racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering conspiracies, among other offenses, in connection … Continue reading

Eric Holder Expanding His Bag of Dirty Tricks

From the Washington Times: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has crafted a new policy that would allow government officials to seize bank accounts involved in financial structuring schemes prior to filing criminal charges against the individuals who own those accounts. The new policy stems from the Justice Department’s ongoing review of its asset forfeiture program. The policy is aimed at preventing criminals from making a series of currency transactions under a certain monetary threshold in order to evade reporting the transaction to the authorities, according to a department statement. Those types of transactions typically lead to “the most serious illegal … Continue reading

FDIC Joins Humpty At the Wall

    It is definitely looking like an early Grinch-style Christmas.  Several Obama packages hidden in the closet are being brought to light.  Operstion ChokePoint has splashed across the news for several weeks now.  The latest  report concerning the above video from Fox News can be found HERE. So we have IRS, DHS, Border Patrol overtime oversight, and now FDIC, anyone care to speculate on how soon FEMA gets its day in the spotlight?  Sooner the better, please Santa. The really sad thing is that these agencies have good people who for the most part are trying to do their … Continue reading

DOJ Won’t Charge Office Darren Wilson

  From Breitbart:   The Department of Justice will recommend that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson not be charged with any federal civil rights violation in the shooting of black teenager Michael Brown. The New York Times reports the DOJ is in the process of drafting the recommendation after an FBI investigation “found no evidence to support civil rights charges against the officer.” However, the Times notes that Attorney General Eric Holder has not made a final decision yet. Holder is expected to reach a decision before he leaves office in the next month or two. A St. Louis County … Continue reading

DOJ Brings on Back Door Amnesty

From The Daily Caller: The Department of Justice’s board of immigration appeals has decided to let Guatemalan women win asylum in the United States if they claim to be victims of domestic violence. The decision creates a huge new incentive for Guatemalan women to cross the U.S. border, because if their asylum claim is accepted, their children get U.S. citizenship, plus the use of federal health, education and retirement programs, regardless of their initial education and work skills. The new decision also means that many of the Guatemalan women who have already crossed the border this year have a new … Continue reading

Soaking in the “summer of scandal” heat

(so grab a cool one… and catch up on things) Okay, its summertime after all, and I for one am feeling particularly festive after half time. Yep, the 4th of July is said to be summer’s half way marker. So enjoy what you can of the balance. And as a special seasonal bonus, remember Congress goes on recess in August. That should sort of make you feel like you’re saving money while noticing those skyrocketing vacation costs. Now if you’re in the same seasonal mood, I hope you are at least throwing the burgers on the grill as liberally as … Continue reading

Booehner capitulates on Lerner, to Holder

Watch: Boehner Just Surrendered To … Eric Holder Boehner has made his decision, and its not going to help real justice. B. Christopher Agee — May 12, 2014 | Western Journalism (see video) Days after Republicans in the chamber led a vote to hold former IRS official Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress, House Speaker John Boehner announced his intention to effectively neuter representatives hoping to enforce a real penalty against her. Despite her consistent pattern of stonewalling investigators trying to get to the bottom of the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups, he indicated the House’s role in the Lerner … Continue reading