Paul Pelosi Assault Records Update!
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Judicial Watch announced recently that the San Francisco district attorney refused to provide documents and video of the police activity at the home of Paul Pelosi, husband of the Speaker of the House, where David Wayne DePape was arrested following an alleged assault on October 28, 2022.
In its appeal Judicial Watch points out that the lower court was mistaken when it upheld the FBI’s Glomar response (neither confirming nor denying the existence of records) because the FBI previously acknowledged the existence of the records in multiple ways. For instance, court records filed in support of a criminal case include the FBI’s statement of facts that provides the defendant’s address, which was obtained through “his Bank of America account and recent Expedia transactions.”
The head of the federal agency created after 9/11 to protect the nation’s transportation system is accused of fraud, waste, and abuse of authority for unlawfully deploying assets to the Mexican border to perform duties unrelated to transportation, according to a report filed with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Inspector General.
The records were obtained in response to a February 28, 2022, Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency for records regarding the funding of Black & Veatch involving work of any manner with biosafety laboratories in the country of Ukraine.
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Conservative watchdog Judicial Watch on Wednesday announced an appeal of a prior court decision permitting the FBI to withhold communications between the bureau and certain financial institutions related to purchases made in the D.C. area on Jan. 5-6, 2021.
The Biden administration released guidance Thursday ensuring abortions for illegal migrant youth at the expense of American taxpayers, even if it means transferring them across state lines, allowing “predators to continue victimizing women and children.”
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The Federal Trade Commission can sanction shady corporate bait-and-switch tactics but it has no jurisdiction over fraudulent political payoffs. Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton tweeted today: “Was Biden’s unlawful student debt scheme election interference?” Did Biden delay the announcement of student-loan bailout until close to the mid-term elections so it would not be overturned before purported beneficiaries expressed their gratitude with their ballots?