Section 793 of the Espionage Act was cited by Attorney General John N. Mitchell as cause for the United States to bar further publication of stories based upon the Pentagon Papers. The statute was spread over three pages of the United States Code Annotated and the only part that appeared to apply to the Times was ...
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Mar 2, 2017 ... What's clear is that Jeff Sessions met with Russia's ambassador — then told the Senate Judiciary Committee "I did not have communications with the Russians." What's less clear is whether Sessions intended to lie, a requirement of the criminal perjury statute.
U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, Respondent. No. 05-13987. Non-Argument Calendar. United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit. January 4, 2006. Mario M. Lovo, Law Firm of Mario M. Lovo, Miami, FL, for Petitioners. Andrew C. Maclachlan, David V. Bernal, Regina Byrd, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Civil-OIL, Washington, DC, ...
Jan 30, 2017 ... Yates was named deputy attorney general by then-President Barack Obama in 2015 and asked to stay on as acting head of the Justice Department by Trump.
Jun 13, 2017 ... Mr. Sessions called any suggestion that he colluded with Russians an “appalling” lie. He refused to talk about his communications with the president.
Jun 13, 2017 ... WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday denounced as a “detestable lie” the idea he colluded with Russians meddling in the 2016 election, and he clashed with Democratic lawmakers over his refusal to detail his conversations with President Donald Trump.