On Thursday afternoon, the Justice Department unsealed an indictment charging Anna Gabrielian—a Maryland doctor—and her husband, Jamie Lee Henry—a major in the U.S. Army—with conspiracy and for the disclosure of the confidential health information of Americans associated with the United States government and military to Russia in connection with its war against Ukraine.
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Justice Department Files Response to Trump’s Opposition to Government’s Motion for Partial Stay of Cannon Ruling
The Justice Department argued that Trump has neither categorized the records found at Mar-a-Lago as personal records, nor has he officially claimed or provided evidence that the documents were declassified.
The Trump team objected to the government's motion for partial stay of Cannon's order, which had enjoined the government from using the materials seized at Mar-a-Lago for investigative purposes.
The Justice Department argued that the order would “cause the most immediate and serious harm to the government and the public.”
Calls for the Department of Justice to judge the political implications and consequences of a potential Trump prosecution are misplaced.
Justice Department Charges Iranian with Attempted Plot to Murder Former National Security Advisor John Bolton
Shahram Poursafi, the charged individual, allegedly tried to pay several people in the United States $300,000 each to murder Bolton in Washington, D.C. or Maryland.
The Department of Justice charged a Russian-backed individual who allegedly directed an organized influence campaign through coordinated activities with U.S. political groups.
The audit found multiple inadequacies in the USMS’s management and tracking of seized cryptocurrency.
In a court filing last month, former U.S. Amb. Richard Olson said he will plead guilty to illegal lobbying and failing to disclose gifts he received when he held that position.