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US & Canada · Washington

Merrick Garland’s Ex-Law Prof Tells CNN Trump Headed for Indictment: ‘Strong Evidence’ DoJ Not Stopping at ‘Foot Soldiers’

75% Left coverage: 8 sources
Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe taught Attorney General Merrick Garland. Tribe believes his former student will indict former President Donald Trump over the January 6 insurrection. The January 6 committee has said it has enough evidence to ask the Justice Department to indict Trump. Tribe said he would be worried about the potential unrest an indictment could cause.See the Story
US & Canada

Seller of weapon used to take hostages at Texas synagogue pleads guilty to federal charge

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Andi Babineau, CNNThe man who sold a semi-automatic weapon that was later used to take hostages in a Texas synagogue in January has pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas.Henry “Michael” Dwight Williams, 32, admitted Thursday to being a felon in possession of a firearm.See the Story
Donald Trump · Washington

Bush Attorney General Says Trump Could Be Prosecuted

50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales told CNN that Donald Trump could be prosecuted for a number of crimes over the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol.Said Gonzales: “He knew the crowd was dangerous. He encouraged the crowd to go to the Capitol. And he knew the crowd was armed. And he knew the purpose of what was going on in Congress, which is to certify the Electoral College count.See the Story
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Cassidy Hutchinson defended by Jan. 6 panel members

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Cassidy Hutchinson testified that former President Donald Trump lunged at his security detail when he learned he would not be taken to the Capitol during Jan. 6. A number of Republicans have sought to discredit Hutchinson's comments as hearsay. No one has said on the record that Hutchinson's testimony is false. Hutchinson's lawyers have said she stands by her testimony.See the Story
US & Canada · United States

Liz Cheney: If Warranted, Justice Department Should Not Hesitate to Prosecute Trump Over US Capitol Riot

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Congresswoman Liz Cheney, the vice chairperson on the panel investigating the insurrection, acknowledged to ABC News that the prosecution of a former U.S. president would be unprecedented and difficult. But the Wyoming Republican said that not prosecuting Trump, if it were warranted, would be a "much graver constitutional threat" for the United States.See the Story
Department of Justice · Lisbon

Comissão de inquérito ao assalto ao Capitólio poderá recomendar acusações contra Trump

Liz Cheney, vice-presidente da comissão, ressalva que o Departamento de Justiça não é obrigado a esperar por uma recomendação formal para acusar criminalmente o ex-Presidente dos EUA. See the Story
Department of Justice · Icard

Advice and Justice Department must work together like 2 wheels of chare - iCard Chief Justice

Chennai iCard Chief Justice Muniswar Nath Bandari said that the courts should work together like 2 wheels of chariot.See the Story
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The Good Hackers

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The Justice Department released guidelines that attempt to modernize the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.See the Story

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