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    By Kaitlin Collins and Evan Perez | CNN Investigators issued a subpoena to the National Archives and Records Administration for access to classified documents that were taken to former President Donald Trump‘s home in Florida, according to two people familiar with the matter. The move is the first overt indication of an ongoing investigation into the handling of classified White House documents that were taken to the former President’s Mar-a-Lago residence after he left office. The subpoena is part of the formal process that FBI investigators and Justice Department prosecutors use to take possession of the boxes of documents from the Archives, which retrieved the boxes from the Florida resort. The New York Times, which first reported on the subpoena, also said that interviews have been requested with people who worked in the White House at the end of the Trump presidency. The White House declined to comment. In February, the Archives requested a review of whether Trump violated the Presidential Records Act — which requires that all records created by presidents be turned over to the National Archives at...
    (CNN)Conservative lawyer John Eastman is suing Verizon and the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol over a subpoena issued by the panel for his phone records, according to court documents.Eastman argues that the committee's subpoena is "invalid" for several reasons, and notably he attempts to differentiate between the rallies held on January 6 and the riot at the Capitol that day."Without prior notice to Dr. Eastman, the J6 Committee issued a subpoena to Verizon requesting records for Dr. Eastman's personal cell phone. The subpoena seeks nine categories of information on Dr. Eastman's personal cell phone use over a three-month period. The subpoena does not contain any provision for protection of attorney client privilege," the court documents say."The J6 Committee's subpoena to Verizon is invalid for several reasons. First, public statements by J6 Committee members make clear that the Committee is attempting to exercise a law enforcement function, rather than genuine legislative activity. The United States Congress has no power to issue subpoenas for law enforcement purposes," the documents add.Eastman goes on to argue that...
    A central Pennsylvania man is wanted by police for numerous charges in connection with multiple sexual assaults of children, according release by police on Wednesday. Diego Alexis Torres-Gutierrez, 23, of Harrisburg, has been charged with the following for an incident on Feb. 19, according to his most recent court docket: F1 Rape of Child F1 Aggravated Indecent Assault of Child F1 Unlawful Contact With Minor - Sexual Offenses F2 Statutory Sexual Assault: 8-11 F3 Corruption Of Minors - Defendant Age 18 or Above Torrs-Gutierrez was out $10,000 in bail as of April 25 in connection to another sexual assault where he allegedly gave a minor alcohol, according to court documents. His previous court documents list incidents of sexual abuse of a minor and drug use on Aug. 5, 2021 and June 27, 2020. The warrant for his arrest was issued on Nov. 16, a few weeks after he was scheduled to appear before Judge Richard A. Lewis on Nov. 1, according to court documents. All of his court dockets have been marked closed or inactive as...
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has issued five citations to the owner of the zebras that captured Prince George’s County residents’ attention after they escaped this fall. Inspectors found that Jerry L. Holly failed to meet standards during a routine inspection Sept. 20, just weeks after the zebras escaped. More Animal News More Prince George’s County News The report, released Wednesday, said that at the time of the inspection, one person was caring for 36 zebras. Gloria McFadden, with the USDA Animal and Plant Inspection Service, said in the report that the person caring for the animals had “no experience or adequate knowledge of the species,” following the snare trap death of one of the zebras just outside of the property. Snare traps are illegal in the county, and officials have since started an investigation into who set the trap. Holly’s business has since accrued more than 100 violations throughout the course of its existence, with repeat offenses regarding acquisition documents. WTOP has contacted the department for comment on Holly’s violations and citations. Those citations included missing documents...
    The absurdity and dysfunction of the Biden Administration have become so pervasive that it’s easy to become numb to it all. But some things it does are still so outrageous and inconceivable – touching on the very identity of the nation itself – that it is worth pausing to take stock of just how far the U.S. has fallen as a country in the short time Joe Biden has occupied the White House. The latest example comes from the National Archives, the federal entity entrusted with preserving America’s most significant records and documents, including those which established the United States as an independent nation. Images of those original documents – which include the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights – are now displayed on the National Archives’ website with a “Harmful Language Alert.” This advisory warns the content in the documents may, among other things, be “outdated,” “offensive,” “racist,” and “discriminatory.” The alert was placed on the website by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), a collection of D.C. bureaucrats who obviously believe they are smarter, more enlightened, and morally superior to those whose genius,...
    An off-duty special agent for the Drug Enforcement Agency carried his government-issued firearm while attending the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday. Prosecutors say he posed for pictures while flashing his DEA badge and climbed onto the Peace Monument to film himself as he delivered a "monologue." Mark Ibrahim, of Orange County, California, was arrested Tuesday and charged with four crimes that include making a false statement and carrying a firearm on restricted grounds. Court documents said Ibrahim entered restricted grounds outside the U.S. Capitol shortly after they'd been breached by the mob, and posted a photo standing next to one of the metal barricades that had recently been pulled apart. Prosecutors also said he sent photos of himself at the Capitol to a group chat on WhatsApp that included at least five other law enforcement officers.  One of the officers participating in the chat wrote, "Question Mark, you are carrying your duty weapon and your badge/creds? I need to know this mark." Prosecutors said Ibrahim posted a photo standing next to...
    DETROIT -- General Motors is recalling more than 400,000 pickup trucks in the U.S. because the side air bags can explode without warning and spew parts into the cabin.The recall covers certain 2015 and 2016 Chevrolet and GMC Sierra 1500, 2500, and 3500 trucks.Documents posted Friday by U.S. safety regulators say the air bag inflator can rupture or the end cap can fly off on both sides of the trucks. Documents say three inflators ruptured in 2015 Silverados last month, one in Florida and two in Texas. All three trucks were unoccupied at the time, and GM says it has no reports of injuries.RELATED: Tyson Foods recalls 8.5M lbs. of 'ready-to-eat' chicken due to possible listeria contaminationThe company says a manufacturing defect allowed moisture into the inflator while it was being manufactured, causing corrosion. The inflators were made in Mexico by Joyson Safety Systems.Dealers will replace both side air bag modules. The company says it has a limited number of replacement parts available. Owners will be notified starting Aug. 16 and they'll get a second letter when parts are widely...
    The acquisition of a vehicle abroad by a buyer with nationality or residence in Spain It involves a series of mandatory administrative procedures to be able to circulate with the car without problems. If, on the other hand, both the car and the driver are foreigners and circulate through Spanish territory for a trip or vacation, it will not be necessary to initiate this procedure, for example. When registering a vehicle from abroad and needing a certain type of document, everything will depend on the place of purchase and the country in which it was made, being this member of the European Union or not. From the General Directorate of Traffic they explain it as follows. Mandatory documents Whatever the circumstances in which this registration takes place, it is mandatory to present it at the corresponding Traffic Headquarters the following documents: From now on, papers will have to be added according to the particular situation of each driver and each vehicle. Special documents If the vehicle is purchased in the European Union: Original vehicle documentation. Technical sheet...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A new Baltimore Office of the Inspector General report says the city’s former Deputy Comptroller Bernice Taylor did shred documents in August 2020, months after the city issued a directive to stop all shredding of city documents. The documents, however, did not pertain to an ongoing Department of Labor investigation nor were any of them city records. OIG began its investigation after it was informed that a former city employee has shredded and disposed of documents while she was cleaning her desk in early August 2020. Taylor had retired in March 2020 to take care of an elderly family member, but due to the pandemic hadn’t gotten a chance to clean out her desk. While the Department of Labor was investigating a Family Medical Leave claim, someone reached out to Taylor about documentation related to the claim. She told them she needed access to her former office to find the documents required and while she was there would clean out her office. New IG report: Former Deputy Comptroller Bernice Taylor did indeed shred documents in August after...
    The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District issued a warning on Monday to attorneys, litigants and defendants to avoid fraudulent websites that use “advance-fee” scams using EDNY addresses and judicial credentials to appear legitimate. The warning came after the EDNY received inquiries about fraudulent documents issued by fake websites and agencies that have used names such as the “Department of Interagency Protection Bureau” or the “Investments and Securities Recovery Council” and the “Security Fraud Detection Authority.” These fraudulent sites and organizations scam victims by using forged documents in an effort to look official and ask for advanced fees. The EDNY warns people not to send any money to these people, to avoid even responding to them, and to be wary of forged emails as well.
    Members of the D.C. National Guard stand on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial monitoring demonstrators during a peaceful protest against police brutality and the death of George Floyd, on June 2, 2020 in Washington, DC.Win McNamee | Getty Images The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has confirmed a report by The Associated Press that some of the service members who were mobilized to Washington, D.C., last month in response to civil unrest over the killing of George Floyd were issued bayonets. Defense documents obtained by the AP show some were not trained in riot response. Members of the Army's 82nd Airborne Division from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, which is based in D.C. and typically guards the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, were mobilized last month to respond to massive protests over the treatment of Black Americans and systemic issues of police brutality. But they were never actually sent to the protests after they arrived. The soldiers were issued bayonets for their June 2 deployment — but told they were to remain...
    The Justice Department issued a warning Tuesday that documents bearing its seal and cards claiming that people are exempt from wearing face masks are fake. Reports of fraudulent face mask exemption cards have surfaced online as the wearing of face coverings in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic has taken on an increasingly partisan tone. The cards reportedly list a phone number related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), aside from the DOJ seal and image of a red, white and blue eagle. In a previous alert, the department said it doesn't issue such cards or endorsements. Anti-mask supporters have been downloading the flyers online to print and laminate them to present as government-issued, according to reports. The Justice Department issued a warning about fraudulent postings, cards, or flyers online claiming to exempt people from wearing masks. (Department of Justice) Some cards read: "I am exempt from any ordinance requiring face mask usage in public. Wearing a face mask poses a mental and/or physical risk to me. Under the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), I am not required to disclose my condition...
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