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Justice Department Announces Effort to Disrupt Exploitation of Microsoft’s Exchange Server

Justice Department Announces Effort to Disrupt Exploitation of Microsoft’s Exchange Server

 R. Mitchell Source: Conservative Daily News CDN WASHINGTON – The Justice Department today announced a court-authorized operation to copy and remove malicious web shells from hundreds of vulnerable computers in the United States running on-premises versions of Microsoft Exchange Server software used to provide enterprise-level e-mail service. Through January and February 2021, certain hacking groups exploited […]

Feature | Justice Department Takes Action Against COVID-19 Fraud

Feature | Justice Department Takes Action Against COVID-19 Fraud

 R. Mitchell Source: Conservative Daily News CDN The Department of Justice announced an update today on criminal and civil enforcement efforts to combat COVID-19 related fraud, including schemes targeting the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program and Unemployment Insurance (UI) programs. As of today, the Department of Justice has publicly charged 474 […]

Judge Orders Trump Admin to Stop Holding Migrant Children in Hotel Detention

Judge Orders Trump Admin to Stop Holding Migrant Children in Hotel Detention

BY JANITA KAN A federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to end its practice of detaining children asylum seekers in hotels while arrangements are made to expel them from the country as part of an immigration policy designed to curb the spread of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic. U.S. District Court Judge Dolly Gee in Los Angeles […]

DOJ Seeks COVID-19 Data From Cuomo, Other Governors, In Review Of Nursing Home Policies

DOJ Seeks COVID-19 Data From Cuomo, Other Governors, In Review Of Nursing Home Policies

CHUCK ROSS INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER . The Justice Department’s civil rights division will request data from the governors of four states, including New York and Michigan, as part of a preliminary investigation into whether nursing home policies implemented there caused spikes in coronavirus fatalities. “New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan required nursing homes to admit COVID-19 […]

DOJ Says More Than 200 Face Federal Charges Under Operation Legend

DOJ Says More Than 200 Face Federal Charges Under Operation Legend

BY JANITA KAN More than 200 people have been charged with federal crimes among the nearly 1,500 people arrested as part of an initiative aimed to stem violent crime in major inner cities, the Justice Department (DOJ) stated on Aug. 19. The figures represent the latest numbers of law enforcement actions taken since the start of Operation Legend in early July, […]

Justice Department Announces First Federal Arrests in Chicago Under ‘Operation Legend’

Justice Department Announces First Federal Arrests in Chicago Under ‘Operation Legend’

BY JANITA KAN The Justice Department (DOJ) announced that three people had been federally charged this week for offenses related to illegally possessing guns or ammunition in Chicago, Illinois—the first federal arrests made in the city in connection to the department’s “Operation Legend.” The three arrests come after the Trump administration announced on Wednesday the expansion of the department’s […]

GOP Lawmakers Urge Barr to Review Strict Lockdown Measures in New Resolution

GOP Lawmakers Urge Barr to Review Strict Lockdown Measures in New Resolution

BY JANITA KAN A group of Republican lawmakers is urging Attorney General William Barr to review the various lockdown measures put in place by state and local officials in response to the CCP virus pandemic. This comes amid the ongoing debate, which has sparked protests across the country, over how far measures can go to protect public health before […]

Justice Department Takes Action Against Telecom Carriers Over Robocalls

Justice Department Takes Action Against Telecom Carriers Over Robocalls

BY JANITA KAN   The Justice Department (DOJ) announced on Tuesday that it had taken action against telecommunication carriers for allegedly facilitating fraudulent robocalls in a first of its kind enforcement operation by the department. DOJ officials said in a press release that they had filed civil actions for temporary restraining orders in two separate cases to block five companies […]

FISA process abused by FBI, Justice Department, Obama holdovers

FISA process abused by FBI, Justice Department, Obama holdovers

    By Michael Hernandez Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on the FBI and Justice Department surveillance abuses has been overshadowed by the House Trump impeachment; most likely by design; but the Horowitz report shows how Donald J. Trump was targeted before winning the 2016 election and then after becoming President. “Crossfire Hurricane” was the […]

DOJ Has Quietly Been Publishing Documents Related To Trump-Russia Probe

DOJ Has Quietly Been Publishing Documents Related To Trump-Russia Probe

CHUCK ROSS INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER .   The Justice Department has quietly ramped up its release of documents related to the Trump-Russia probe. The agency in recent weeks has started publishing documents related to an array of topics, including Fusion GPS, Christopher Steele, Bruce Ohr, and Peter Strzok. One document released Wednesday shows that former Trump lawyer […]

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