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Barr Orders Review Of Michael Flynn Case, Heightening Political Interference Concerns

14 days ago   |   By The Huffington Post

The attorney general's move renews the questions about how the Justice Department is treating Donald Trump allies.
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Attorney General Barr reportedly ordered review of Michael Flynn case in new sign of cronyism for Trump allies

Attorney General Barr reportedly ordered review of Michael Flynn case in new sign of cronyism for Trump allies

14 days ago   |   By NY Daily News

The Department of Justice's top official, William Barr, reportedly ordered a reexamination of the Michael Flynn case in a stark new sign that the nation's top law enforcement officer is bending over backward to favor allies of President Trump. Just days after Barr pushed a more-lenient sentence...
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Turmoil At Justice: Barr Assigns Outside Prosecutor To Review Michael Flynn's Criminal Case

14 days ago   |   By Forbes

The move comes just three days after federal prosecutors resigned in protest of Roger Stone's lighter sentencing recommendation.
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Attorney General William Barr has reportedly assigned an outside prosecutor to re-examine the criminal case against Michael Flynn

Attorney General William Barr has reportedly assigned an outside prosecutor to re-examine the criminal case against Michael Flynn

14 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Attorney General William Barr installed a prosecutor to review the criminal case against Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, The New York Times reported Friday .
The news comes just days after senior Department of Justice officials publicy undermined career prosecutors by minimizing the sentence recommendation for the Republican strategist Roger Stone.
The events have fueled speculation that President Donald Trump and his allies are interfering in DOJ criminal cases.
Prosecutors resigned en masse from the Stone case after the sentencing dispute, and...
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Barr orders review of criminal case against ex-Trump aide Michael Flynn

14 days ago   |   By CNBC

Attorney General William Barr already is under fire for changing a sentencing recommendation for President Donald Trump's friend Roger Stone.
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