NEW Groundbreaking Revelations on Judicial Watch’s Ashli Babbitt Investigation, Judicial Watch’s Fight for Information on Biden’s Border Policy, & Much More!
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Judicial Watch announced that it received 1160 pages of documents from Washington, DC’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) related to Air Force veteran and San Diego native Ashli Babbitt. These new documents reveal that OCME submitted a request for permission to cremate Babbitt only two days after taking custody of her body and that ‘due to the “high profile nature” of Babbitt’s case, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner Francisco Diaz requested that a secure electronic file with limited access be created for Babbitt’s records.
The Migrant Protection Protocols program was initiated under President Donald Trump in 2018 and put into effect in early 2019. Under the program, also referred to as “Remain in Mexico,” asylum-seekers and other aliens who arrived at the Southwest Border were required to remain Mexico while U.S. officials processed their immigration claims. The Biden administration suspended the program on January 21, 2021, then terminated it on June 1, 2021.
Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the State Department for non-identifying records of U.S. diplomatic personnel being subjected to invasive COVID-19 “anal swab” tests by the Chinese government.
In a disturbing admission, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reveals the threat posed by terrorists attempting to conceal explosives in air cargo shipments is “significant” and the agency is not prepared to stop it. The disclosure comes more than a decade after Al Qaeda tried to blow up a passenger airplane with explosives hidden in printer cartridges on a U.S.-bound flight from Yemen. The bombs traveled on several freight and passenger planes before being defused. They were bound for Chicago, but federal authorities believe terrorists planned to detonate the bombs mid-air using cell phone timers.
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The University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) is facing fresh calls for an investigation on its federally funded research on fetal tissue, after information surfaced that many say is troubling.
Republican state Rep. Kathy Rapp, who chairs the majority for the legislature’s Health Committee, sent a letter Thursday requesting Pennsylvania’s auditor general review Pitt’s state and federal funding. Pennsylvania Republican Sean Parnell, who is running for U.S. Senate, also called for an investigation.
The Defense Department doled out millions of dollars to the same nonprofit that funneled federal grant money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for bat coronavirus research — with most of the Pentagon money going toward murky research on countering biological weapons.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has funneled at least $2.7 million into a University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) tissue bank that stores organs from aborted fetuses, according to a release from Judicial Watch Tuesday.
The conservative nonprofit obtained hundreds of pages of public records requests, which detail Pitt’s interest in harvesting fetal organs for a project known as the GenitoUrinary Development Molecular Anatomy Project, or GUDMAP.