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Department of Justice Fiscal Year 2022 Funding Request

The budget request includes increased funding for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the principal DOJ law enforcement agency charged with combating terrorism, to conduct domestic terrorism investigations.

Man Sentenced for Aiming Laser Pointer at Aircraft

The investigation revealed that on June 25, 2020, Wolverton attended a demonstration in Richmond, Virginia, hid in the crowd, and used a laser pointer to illuminate law enforcement aircraft flying overhead. Wolverton.

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Honors DOJ with Elie Wiesel Award

Department of Justice honored in recognition of the successes of its longtime enforcement program’s efforts to identify, investigate, and prosecute participants in World War II-era Nazi crimes.

Former U.S. Attorney for Eastern District of Louisiana Kenneth Polite Nominated to Lead DOJ’s Criminal Division

In private practice, Polite has been a white collar defense attorney in Pennsylvania, New York, and Louisiana, focusing on internal investigations and corporate compliance.

Ronald Davis Nominated to be Director of U.S. Marshals Service

Davis served in the Obama Administration as the Director of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office).

White Supremacists Plead Guilty to Violent Crime in Aid of Racketeering

Martin and Boney committed the assault as part of their membership in the AC, a gang that operates in Texas and other states throughout the country.

Queens Man Arrested for Threatening to Murder Members of Congress

Hunt posted a video to an Internet-based video sharing site in which he exhorted his viewers to violence, urging them that “[w]e need to go back to the U.S. Capitol when all of the Senators and a lot of the Representatives are back there, and this time we have to show up with our guns. And we need to slaughter these m-----f------.” 

On the Front Lines in a Year of Crisis: 2020 Homeland Security Today Awards

The awards recognize those who devote their lives to protecting our people, our resources, our way of life.
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