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Sep 17 2020
Former FBI agent Peter Strzok questioned the need for U.S. Attorney John Durham's criminal inquiry into the origins of the Russia investigation.
In the midst of a book tour, Strzok, who played a key role in opening the FBI's Crossfire Hurricane investigation that was later spun into Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation, appeared for an interview on MSNBC's Andrea MitchellWashington Examiner
Dec 31 2019
Former FBI agent Peter Strzok is claiming the government violated his First Amendment rights by releasing his private text messages that contained his political opinion about President Donald Trump.
In a new court filing Monday, Strzok and his attorneys argue that the Justice Department violated his protected free speech by releasing the text messages he exchanged with then-FBI lawyerABC News (Online)
Feb 11 2024
They say success in politics has much to do with timing. Hitting the right issue in the right way at the right moment can make a campaign. Failing to do so can break it. If that’s true, then the person at the Biden re-elect who hit “send” on a fundraising email Thursday, subject line “Do you remember how you felt?,” while the president was in the middle of an impromptu press conference denyingThe Daily Caller
Feb 15 2024
First period goals by Tyler Cahn and Andres Hernandez lifted 16th-seeded St. Peter’s Prep to a 2-1 victory over 17th-seeded Gill St. Bernard’s in the Play-In Round of the Non-Public Tournament at Barnabas Hockey House in Newark. Freshman Dustin Wolckenhauser made 23 saves to get his first varsity win in goal for St. Peter’s Prep (2-14-1). St. Peter’s Prep will play top-seeded Don Bosco Prep,nj.com
Jan 25 2024
Peter Navarro, the former White House aide to Donald Trump who was convicted last year on a pair of contempt of Congress charges for refusing to comply with a Jan. 6 committee subpoena, was sentenced to four months in a federal prison on Thursday.
Navarro, 74, will also have to pay a $9,500 fine, ruled U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta.
“They had a job to do and you made it harderDaily Beast
Jul 13 2018
Republicans walked right into Peter Strzok's trap -- Here's what they missed (and Americans need to know)
U.S. House members proved Thursday that they are more interested in political posturing and getting on TV with fiery soundbites than in fact-finding, as they questioned FBI official Peter Strzok aboutFox News (Opinion)
Jul 13 2018
FBI agent Peter Strzok on Thursday testified in front of Congress, engaging in a series of tense exchanges about whether or not his bias against Donald Trump influenced his work on the Russia probe. Some argue that Strzok's anti-Trump sentiment as shown through his text messages prove that he was unfit for his position, while many have also said that the hearing yesterday was chaotic and tooFox News (Opinion) BBC News Mother Jones
Jan 25 2024
Peter Navarro, who served in the White House under former President Donald Trump, was sentenced Thursday for flouting a House Jan. 6 committee subpoena.
U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta sentenced Navarro to four months in prison and ordered him to pay a fine of $9,500.
That's two months shorter than the six prosecutors had sought, but Mehta drastically reduced the whopping $200,Fox News (Online News)
Jan 20 2024
Prosecutors say Peter Navarro — a former trade adviser to Donald Trump — should go to jail for six months and pay a $200,000 fine for defying a subpoena from the House Jan. 6 select committee.
“The Defendant chose allegiance to former President Donald Trump over the rule of law,” argued Assistant U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Aloi in a 20-page sentencing memo submitted Thursday night.Politico
Jan 25 2024
Former Trump White House official Peter Navarro was sentenced Thursday to four months behind bars for flouting a subpoena from the House select committee that investigated the 2021 Capitol riot.
Navarro, 74, argued that he couldn’t comply with the subpoena for his testimony and relevant documents because of executive privilege, but a DC jury convicted him in September of two counts ofNew York Post (News)