News reports indicating that a grand jury may have refused to indict Andrew McCabe may be bad news for the government—not just because their failure would be nearly unprecedented but also because the public disclosure of the proceedings of a grand jury is illegal.
Paul Rosenzweig is the founder of Red Branch Consulting PLLC, a homeland security consulting company and a Senior Fellow at the R Street Institute. He is also a Senior Advisor to The Chertoff Group. Mr. Rosenzweig formerly served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy in the Department of Homeland Security. He is a Professorial Lecturer in Law at George Washington University and a Board Member of the Journal of National Security Law and Policy.
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The promise of a pardon as a means of incentivizing criminal conduct by executive subordinates borders on, and plausibly crosses the line into, criminality.
The R Street Institute has begun an initiative intended to build a consensus around how to tackle the problem of measuring cybersecurity.
Jared Kushner said he didn’t know whether he would alert the FBI if he received outreach similar to the Trump Tower meeting. That’s the wrong answer.
How do we measure cybersecurity? Two new products—one from BSA/the Software Alliance and the other from the Department of Homeland Security—provide some new insights that are worthy of study.
The Mueller report contains some interesting tidbits 0n "going dark" and bitcoin.
When he was first appointed, many, including me, were willing to give Attorney General Barr the benefit of the doubt. His recent performance raises significant questions about his fidelity to the rule of law.