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Gen. Flynn Going After FBI

Lt. Gen Michael Flynn is warning the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice that he is coming for them by filing a lawsuit seeking $50 million in damages for “malicious prosecution” related to the discredited Russia collusion crusade.

Michael Flynn Files $50 Million Claim Against Feds in Prelude to Lawsuit Over Russia Probe

Former Trump national security adviser, retired general alleges "malicious prosecution," "political motivation" and "abuse of process" by FBI, DOJ, the Obama White House and Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Jan. 6 Protester Appeals Dismissal of FBI Lawsuit

A Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Hill protester has appealed a federal judge’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit against the FBI for allegedly violating his constitutional rights during a June 2021 raid of his home.

Derek Chauvin Appeals Murder Conviction

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is appealing his murder conviction on the grounds that the jury was swayed by publicity and protesters.

Jussie Smollett Releases New Song To Plead His Innocence Again

Actor Jussie Smollett, who was convicted on charges from a fake hate attack, released a new song pleading his innocence, once again.

Soros Prosecutor Kim Gardner Admits Wrongdoing Against Senate Candidate Eric Greitens

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner – who is funded by George Soros – admitted wrongdoing on Monday in her handling of the prosecution of former Missouri Governor and now-Senate candidate Eric Greitens.

Jan. 6 Defendant Backs Out of Plea Deal After Judge Acquits Other Accused Rioter

A man charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol backed out of a deal to plead guilty just days after a federal judge declared another defendant not guilty in the first acquittal connected to the attack.

Deaf Student at Univ. of Chicago Pleads To Rid Mask Mandate to Understand Professors

A deaf student at the University of Chicago is begging that the school drop its mask mandate so he can understand professors again.

Italian Nurse Arrested for Giving Fake COVID Jabs: Video

Police say people were fraudulently obtaining Covid-19 passes by receiving fake vaccinations in Palermo.

Supreme Court to Hear Case of Hs Football Coach Fired for Praying After Games

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a case involving Joe Kennedy, a former Washington state high school football coach who was fired for praying after games, his lawyers announced last week.

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