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  1. #1 Barr Just Cost the Justice Department Its Prized Public-Corruption Fighter 
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    Barr Just Cost the Justice Department Its Prized Public-Corruption Fighter

    The impact of Attorney General William Barr’s intervention in the Roger Stone sentencing won’t just be felt in the cases concerning President Donald Trump’s allies, current and former Justice Department officials warn. It’s cost the Justice Department one of its top public-corruption prosecutors at a time when public corruption is looking like a growth industry.



    That attorney is Jonathan Kravis. Kravis is the deputy chief of the fraud and public corruption section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, putting corruption within the federal government under his purview.

    Or he was until Tuesday, when Kravis resigned. The last straw for Kravis, who was part of Robert Mueller’s team that convicted Roger Stone of charges including lying to Congress, was the Justice Department overruling him on the recommended length of Stone’s prison sentence. Unlike his three outraged fellow prosecutors, Kravis didn’t just quit the Stone case, he quit the Justice Department.

    “It’s troubling and heartbreaking to see someone as talented and dedicated as Jonathan was known to be leaving under these circumstances,” said a federal prosecutor who requested anonymity during a precarious moment for the Justice Department. “His loss is all the greater given his focus on prosecuting fraud and corruption, at a time when both crimes appear to be on the march.”

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    The so called Justice Department's prized corruption fighter WAS CORRUPT, HIMSELF.

    He and the other lawyers told the Justice Department that they were going to ask for X in sentencing. It was reasonable and the Justice Department approved.

    THEN in court they INCREASED what they were asking for. They are all partisan corrupt hacks who have no business in the Justice Department.
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    6. This is really bad!

    Like the purge of Ohr, Stzrok, and others from the IC. Our Russia specialists. And now a corruption specialist gone.

    WHEN we win in November, I hope we will be able to bring some of these folks back into the fold.
    Of course Democrats want those who have proven themselves to be willing to be corrupt to advantage Democrats would want them back.
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    That attorney is Jonathan Kravis. Kravis is the deputy chief of the fraud and public corruption section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, putting corruption within the federal government under his purview.
    If this was his position he should have been fired long ago for not doing his job.
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    Since he apparently never felt like doing Jack Shit about Democrats the entire time he was there, in the most institutionally-corrupt DOJ in living memory under Holder and Lynch, all I can say is 'Good riddance, partisan turd.'
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    Kravis was a partisan with a record of prosecutorial misconduct: https://townhall.com/columnists/mari...awyer-n2561231

    I was opposite Jonathan Kravis on The Ron Paul Three case, which was the prosecution of three Ron Paul campaign aids in Iowa. It was a politically-driven prosecution targeting three Republican activists.

    First, Kravis and his partner violated an immunity agreement -a proffer agreement- they signed with a co-defendant in that case, and the judge dismissed the codefendant's case based on prosecutorial misconduct.

    Then, Kravis hid exculpatory and impeachment information from my client, Dimitri Kesari.

    Kravis' team later violated my client's attorney-client confidentiality, obtaining text message communications between Kessari and me, shockingly producing the conversations to another co-defendant in the case!
    Good riddance to Kravis!
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