Three former prosecutors break down the labor secretary’s explanation of the cushy plea deal he cut.
Mimi Rocah is a distinguished criminal justice fellow at Pace University Law School and previously served as an assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York from 2001 to 2017.
Feds in Florida cut an infamous sweetheart deal with the confessed billionaire sex predator. The ‘sovereign’ district of New York isn’t likely to do that.
The attorney general had neutral ways to relay what the special counsel found. Instead, he’s being coy. It’s hard not to infer bad reasons from how he’s acting.
Matthew Whitaker says the investigation is ‘close to being completed.’ If true, why did the Special Counsel say so much about the Trump campaign and execute search warrants?