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D.C. Hired Ex-Con, Judicial Watch Confronts The Election Crisis

U.S. Pays Costa Rica to Hire More Female Cops as Police at Home Get Defunded

While police departments across the United States are being defunded to appease leftists, the federal government is dedicating hundreds of thousands of dollars to advance “gender equality” in the “police forces” of a Latin American nation. It is a difficult foreign grant to swallow as local law enforcement agencies nationwide suffer through major budget cuts at the request of the increasingly powerful Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. The money will flow through the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), a broad effort funded by American taxpayers to fight crime, counter production and trafficking of illicit drugs and build sound criminal justice systems in foreign countries.

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Ex-Con Hired by D.C. as Violence Interrupter Arrested, Charged with Murder

In a curious twist, a “reformed” criminal hired by the District of Columbia’s chief legal officer to help curb violence has been arrested and charged with murder. The case involves a taxpayer-funded public safety program known as Cure the Streets launched by D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine to reduce gun violence by treating it as a disease that can be interrupted and stopped from spreading. Cure the Streets typically hires men and women with criminal histories as violence interrupters because they know first-hand about the challenges that residents of crime-infested communities live with. Racine, who was reelected to a second term in 2018, says the transformed criminals hired by his program perform community-driven public safety work that can avoid using police.

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Judicial Watch Confronts the Election Crisis

In October, we published a groundbreaking study analyzing data that showed there are at least 1.8 million of these “ghost voters” spread across more than 350 counties in 29 states. The data revealed eight states where the number of registered voters actually exceeds 100% of eligible voting-age citizens in the state! That dubious distinction goes to Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

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The Pardoning of Gen. Flynn

With President Trump’s pardon, General Flynn is now a free man – after years of what Fitton has described as “abuse and harassment.” “They knew he [Flynn] was innocent, yet they prosecuted him anyway and abused his civil rights.” While the Justice Department tried to end the case against Flynn, Judge Sullivan “has been abusing his power in a way that is simply shocking from a federal judge,” Fitton continued. “He’s obviously hoping that a Biden admin will come in and let him make a political prisoner out of General Flynn.”  Read More.

 

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Senate Committees Release A Treasure Trove Of Trump-Russia Documents The Daily Caller

The Daily Caller News Foundation and Judicial Watch had sued the State Department for the same documents, though they were almost entirely redacted. The unredacted versions released on Thursday provide details of information that Steele provided State Department officials regarding Russia and Ukraine.

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Nasdaq Plans To Require Listed Companies To Follow Board Diversity Requirements  Forbes

Tom Fitton, the president of the conservative advocacy group Judicial Watch, told CNN his organization is against the mandate, saying it “may violate the law for Nasdaq to seemingly require a discriminatory quota system for race and gender.” In September, Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit aimed at blocking the California law.

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