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TOM FITTON: PRESIDENT TRUMP SHOULD FILE A CRIMINAL COMPLAINT WITH DOJ OVER ILLICIT TARGETING


Tom Fitton: President Trump Should File a Criminal Complaint with DOJ over Illicit Targeting

APRIL 22, 2019

April 20, 2019- Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “Justice w/ Judge Jeanine” to discuss the purpose of the Mueller report–and what President Trump should do next.

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    Vindication for President Trump What Was the FBI Telling and Paying Anti-Trump Dossier Author Steele? Judicial Watch Sues for Collusion Docs Between Obama FBI and Clinton-DNC Lawyers Good News for all Land Owners from the Supreme Court Digging Into John Kerry’s ‘Shadow Diplomacy’ Over Iran Nuclear Deal Happy Easter! Vindication…

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Tom Fitton’s Weekly Update – April 19, 2019

Mueller Report Confirms Russia Hoax, Judicial Watch Sues Deep State over “Get Trump/Protect Clinton” Docs, & John Kerry Colluding w/ Iran?

WEEKLY UPDATE

President Trump Vindicated

Vindication for President Trump What Was the FBI Telling and Paying Anti-Trump Dossier Author Steele? Judicial Watch Sues for Collusion Docs Between Obama FBI and Cl...

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Statement on the Mueller Report

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement in response to the “Mueller Report” released today by the Justice Department: Pre...

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Records of Communications and Payments to Anti-Trump Dossier Author Steele

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice for records of commu...

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Ohio Asks Feds to Designate Mexican Cartels as Foreign Terrorist Organizations After Sinaloa Bust

Following a massive bust of the notorious Sinaloa Cartel in Ohio, state legislators are utilizing many of Judicial Watch’s arguments to get the federal government to...

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Sues for Communications of Top FBI and Clinton-DNC Lawyers

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Justice Department for communications between form...

April 16, 2019

Ohio Asks Feds to Designate Mexican Cartels as Foreign Terrorist Organizations After Sinaloa Bust

Following a massive bust of the notorious Sinaloa Cartel in Ohio, state legislators are utilizing many of Judicial Watch’s arguments to get the federal government to designate Mexican drug cartels as Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTO). In a resolution introduced this month, lawmakers in the Buckeye State “respectfully urge the federal government to designate the drug

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April 15, 2019

Corruption Fuels Border Crisis, Global Economic Woes

Evidence continues to accumulate that a rising tide of corruption threatens economic progress and freedom around the globe. Central America—the source of the current crisis at the southern U.S. border—has big corruption problems. In February, Judicial Watch highlighted Transparency International’s new global corruption report. The failure to curb corruption is “contributing to a worldwide crisis

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April 09, 2019

Most of the $33 Billion in Remittances to Mexico Flow Via U.S. Govt. Banking Program

Though President Trump said he would block money transfers to Mexico to fund a much-needed border wall, Mexicans in the U.S. sent a record $33.48 billion in remittances last year and a big chunk of it flowed through a government program operated by the Federal Reserve. This means that, amid an onslaught of illegal immigration,

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April 04, 2019

Public University Charges Student Who Berated BP Agents Following JW Complaint

Days after Judicial Watch filed a complaint calling on the University of Arizona (UA) to discipline a disorderly student for berating and stalking Border Patrol agents on campus, the school’s president delivered some good news; UA’s police will charge two students and conduct an investigation to uncover more criminal violations. Additionally, UA’s Office of the Dean

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