Sunday, March 12, 2017

Jeff Sessions tells 46 US attorneys to resign

Source: New York Post

By Daniel Halper, Kaja Whitehouse and Kirstan Conley • March 10, 2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions asked all 46 US attorneys appointed by President Obama to resign Friday — but while Brooklyn's Robert Capers was quick to comply, the future of the city's only other Obama holdover, Manhattan's Preet Bharara, remained unclear.

After meeting separately with Bharara in late November, both Sessions and President Trump said they planned to keep the aggressive Southern District AG in place.

"We had a good meeting," Bharara told reporters after his meet with Trump. "I agreed to stay on. I have already spoken to Sen. Sessions . . . He also asked that I stay on, and so I expect that I will be continuing to work and so I expect that I will be continuing to work at the southern district. Bharara has hardly been a paragon of fealty since then. In starting his own personal Twitter account last week, Bharara identified himself as "a patriotic American and proud immigrant."

Please go to New York Post to read the entire article.

Related reading:

Jeff Sessions Asks All Remaining Obama-Appointed U.S. Attorneys To Resign

Defiant U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara fired after refusing Sessions' demand he quit


  1. The fall of communism saw Russian/Ukranian organized crime come to New Jersey, settling in Fort Lee (see Appendix I). The The Taiwanchik-Trincher group is an amalgamation of Israeli/Ukrainian/Cypriot gangs operating illegal gambling operations throughout the United States with ties to the Romney/Bain financial group. From an indictment in Manhattan federal court:

    “The Taiwanchik-Trincher Organization (the “Organization”) was a criminal enterprise with strong ties to Russia and Ukraine. The enterprise operated a high-stakes, illegal sports gambling business out of New York City that catered primarily to Russian oligarchs living in Ukraine and Russia. Between 2006 and April 2012, the enterprise laundered approximately $100 million in proceeds from their gambling operation in Russia and Ukraine through shell companies and bank accounts in Cyprus; and of this $100 million, approximately $50 million was subsequently sent from Cyprus into the United States. Once the money had been transferred to the United States, it was either laundered through additional shell companies or invested in legitimate investments, such as hedge funds and real estate.

    The Taiwanchik-Trincher Organization operated under the protection of Alimzhan Tokhtakhounov, who is known as a “Vor,” a term translated as “Thief-in-Law,” that refers to a member of a select group of high-level criminals from the former Soviet Union.Tokhtakhounov is also under indictment in the Southern District of New York for his alleged involvement in bribing officials at the 2002 Winter Olympics held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tokhtakhounov is a fugitive and is still being sought.”

    Mr. Bharara praised the investigative work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the New York City Police Department, and the Internal Revenue Service.

  2. Treasury banksters start all the wars , i mean whata hide after the huge amount of drugs USA has been shipping .The Treasury Department blacklisted Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami on Monday, saying he oversaw or "partially owned" narcotics shipments of more than 1,000 kilograms (2,204 pounds) from Venezuela, some of which ended up in Mexico and the U.S. Crazy as Nth Korea might be they sure picked USA right al those yrs ago .

  3. Its almost an insult putting NTP on this blog .

  4. Do you need free Facebook Likes?
    Did you know that you can get these AUTOMATICALLY AND ABSOLUTELY FREE by registering on Like 4 Like?


Who's visiting Abel Danger
view a larger version of the map below at