Wife of a Navy engineer pleads guilty to trying to sell secrets

The wife of a US Navy engineer on Friday pleaded guilty to conspiring with her husband in a plot to sell classified information about nuclear submarines to a foreign country. The Department of Justice said Diana Toby, 46, admitted to acting as a monitor while her hubby Jonathan Toby left memory cards hidden in things like a peanut butter sandwich and a box of gum in three “dead” locations over a period of several months in 2021. Jonathan Toby, 46, pleaded guilty on Monday. The couple were arrested in October…

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Department of Justice sues Missouri over Second Amendment bill

the Department of Justice he have File a lawsuit against Missouri In an effort to stop enforcement of a state action that renders some federal firearms laws void. In a complaint filed Wednesday, the Ministry of Justice claimed Missouri House Bill 85 It is considered “invalid” under the Sovereignty Clause, which prohibits state governments from making laws inconsistent with federal laws. More commonly known as the Second Amendment Preservation Act, the Missouri The bill was signed into law last June by Republican Governor Mike Parson and took effect last August.…

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Biden’s Justice Department joins non-enforcement movement by allowing ‘safe injection’ sites

There are good arguments for and against “safe injection” sites – such as the one that opened in East Harlem in December – allowing addicts to inject drugs into the streets under a watchful eye. They provide the opportunity to reverse overdoses and provide health conditions. But neighbors fear addicts will congregate on street corners and bring crime and chaos. However, there is a big reason why such facilities are not allowed: they are illegal under federal law. But that doesn’t stop President Joe Biden’s Justice Department from indicating that…

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Psaki will not comment on records of WH “mining” tech executive linked to Clinton

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki declined to comment Wednesday on allegations by special counsel John Durham that Chief Technology Officer Rodney Joffe mined the White House’s “non-public” Internet records to find dirt on former President Donald Trump. Fox News reporter Jackie Heinrich Psaki asked during her regular briefing whether a DNS resolver server was still mining White House data and whether its alleged audit by a Hillary Clinton ally constituted “espionage.” Heinrich began to question her: “Durham says there is an outside company with connections to the Clinton Camp…

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The United States has indicted two men for ransomware attacks and seized $6 million

US law enforcement officers seized more than $6 million in ransom payments and charged a Ukrainian and Russian in connection with a series of ransomware attacks that hobbled businesses around the world on July 4th, Department of Justice Monday said. Yaroslav Vasinsky, a Ukrainian who was arrested in Poland last month, and Russian Yevgeny Polyanin are accused of being part of the REvil ransomware gang that carried out cyber attacks that cost US companies millions of dollars. Vasinskyi deployed REvil ransomware to target Kaseya, a Florida-based software company, which eventually…

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Justice Department sues Texas over election law that enabled Democrats to flee Austin

The Biden administration launched a judicial challenge Thursday to a recently enacted Texas election law, alleging that parts of the legislation dealing with mail-in ballot requirements and voter assistance violate federal civil rights law. “Our democracy depends on the right of eligible voters to cast their ballots and count the votes,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a statement. “The Department of Justice will continue to use all the powers at its disposal to protect this fundamental pillar of our society.” Republican Governor Greg Abbott signed the law into effect…

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The White House is in talks to pay millions to separated families at the border

The Biden administration is discussing paying hundreds of millions of dollars to families of illegal immigrants who were separated at the US-Mexico border under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy in 2018, The Wall Street Journal reported, Thursday. According to the magazine, the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, Health and Human Services are considering payments to settle lawsuits brought by the ACLU and others on behalf of families who crossed into the United States from Mexico illegally to seek asylum. The newspaper notes that the average demand in each lawsuit…

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Merrick Garland Unfit for the Supreme Court – The AG

Merrick Garland’s nomination to the Supreme Court by President Barack Obama died on the grounds of rule when Republicans refused to take him on. Instead, the seat was filled by Judge Alan Neil Gorsuch. Garland Consolidation Award: Become President Joe Biden’s Attorney General. However, within a short nine months, he was proven not only unfit to sit in court but unfit to serve as a public prosecutor. In fact, his behavior indicates that he is ineligible for any federal position. Garland’s nomination to the court was always inappropriate. Libertarians thought…

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