Federal Judge Calls Out DOJ for Defying Subpoenas in Hunter Biden Investigation: Hypocrisy Exposed

Washington, D.C. – A federal judge criticized the Justice Department for its refusal to allow attorneys involved in the Hunter Biden investigation to comply with subpoenas issued by House Republicans. The House Judiciary Committee filed a lawsuit seeking testimony from DOJ lawyers Mark Daly and Jack Morgan as part of their impeachment inquiry into President Biden’s alleged involvement in his family’s business dealings. The committee claims that the DOJ has obstructed their efforts to depose these officials from the DOJ Tax Division. District Judge Ana Reyes, who was appointed by President Biden, accused the Justice … Read more

Warren Buffett’s Stance on Apple Stock: Will the DOJ Antitrust Lawsuit Affect His Investment?

Omaha, NE – Warren Buffett, the renowned billionaire investor, has been a long-time supporter of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). However, recent reports suggest that Buffett’s enthusiasm for the tech giant may be waning. In the fourth quarter of 2023, Buffett’s company, Berkshire Hathaway, reduced its stake in Apple. This decision was made prior to the announcement from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) that they, along with 16 state and district attorneys general, were filing an antitrust lawsuit against Apple. The lawsuit alleges that Apple violated antitrust laws by maintaining a monopoly in the smartphone market. … Read more

Man Indicted for Threatening Judge in Handwritten Letter, DOJ Says

GREENVILLE, S.C. — A man from Greenville, South Carolina, has been indicted for allegedly threatening a federal judge in a handwritten letter, according to court documents. The United States Department of Justice announced that Alvin Bernard Parks, 42, has been charged with two counts of sending a threatening letter to the judge. The letter specifically named a judge from the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina. The letter, which was addressed to the judge, contained alarming statements. An excerpt from the letter stated, “I have watched you leave the courthouse numerous … Read more

Lawyer Demands DOJ Investigation into Shocking Insect-Infested Death of Shelby County Inmate

MEMPHIS, Tennessee – A lawyer is calling for a Department of Justice investigation into the Shelby County Jail after an inmate allegedly “died while infested with insects.” The shocking incident has raised concerns about the conditions and treatment of prisoners at the facility. The inmate’s lawyer claims that the deceased individual was subjected to inhumane conditions, including being infested with insects while in custody. This distressing allegation has prompted calls for a thorough investigation to determine the veracity of the claims and to hold those responsible accountable. The lawyer further emphasized the need for transparency … Read more