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President Trump & AG Barr Sued for Vindictive Prosecution Against Black Politician

President Trump & AG Barr Sued for Vindictive Prosecution Against Black Politician

WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 6, 2020 — Despite the (quasi-concealed) high-profile court filing predating an extraordinary, yet awkward first presidential debate for the general election that followed the U.S. president’s nomination for new female U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Barret, and the American president and first lady testing positive for the coronavirus– President Donald J. Trump and U.S. Attorney General ...

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Disqualified Federal Judges Deny Inmate Jury Trial on BOP COVID-19 Outbreak Lawsuit

Disqualified Federal Judges Deny Inmate Jury Trial on BOP COVID-19 Outbreak Lawsuit

LAS VEGAS, NV — October 6, 2020 — Two federal judges at the United States District Court for the Nevada District, that were statutorily disqualified for financial interests related to the Bernie Sanders campaign, participated in the ‘sua sponte’ order of dismissal and judgment (in favor of ‘nil dicit’ nonmovants) against an African-American political activist in a civil action related ...

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