Update: It was not acting US Attorney Audrey Strauss who resigned from U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Southern District of New York but Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew Krause. Krause was involved in several high profile cases including the prosecution of former Trump Campaign Manager Steve Bannon and war hero and triple amputee Brian Kolfage stemming from the “We Build The Wall” project.
Update: We have contacted the main office of the United States Attorney’s Office. The fellow who answered says to the best of his knowledge Ms. Strauss is not leaving. We have calls to the press office and to Andrew Krause.
A letter from Assistant United States Attorney Andrew Krause saying he is leaving the United States Attorney’s Office is flying around the web. It’s dated yesterday, Sept. 30. It says that he is terminating his involvement in The New York Times Co. vs U.S. Department of State and will be replaced by Assistant United States Attorney Lucas Issacharoff.
Many, including ourselves, misread it as Ms Strauss resigning. As acting U.S. Attorney, she runs the office.
Gutless Mueller Ignores Real Scandal — In a disgraceful, gutless final act Robert Mueller at his farewell appearance before the press implied he didn’t recommend that President Trump be charged with obstruction of justice only because he was the president.
Really? You couldn’t find any evidence that he colluded with the Russians but implied he still could have committed the lame process crime of obstruction?
You are either so clueless that you can’t conceive of the division in the country that you are unwilling to heal or so craven you figure getting back in the good social graces of the D.C. establishment is more important.
Comey Brennan Indictments Loom Say Ex-Prosecutors — Robert Ray, a former head of the Office of Independent Counsel, and former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova were guests of Mike Huckabee who was filling in for Laura Ingraham, last night, (April 24) on Ingraham Angle.
Both said criminal indictments loom for former CIA director John Brennan and FBI director James Comey for actions taken against Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign and after his victory.
Let that sink in. Criminal charges loom against the big bosses of our two most important and powerful federal security agencies.
A storm is coming. A huge storm. Be ready.
Here’s the episode. Ray and diGenova come on at about the 10 minute mark.