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DOJ alleged that Kolomoisky and his partner, Boholiubov, stole so much from PrivatBank that Ukraine's national bank had to give the institution a $5.5 billion bailout "to stave off economic crisis for the whole country." by @postroz and @mattzap https://t.co/rrlCWlBmsc
A former Saudi official close to the CIA alleges in a new lawsuit that Mohammed bin Salman tried to have him killed in Canada, in a plot that bears striking similarities to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. https://t.co/FS5qBl04x3 by @hsu_spencer and me
Federal court grants Daily Beast's motion to dismiss Dan Bongino's defamation lawsuit with leave to file amended complaint, but finds the initial complaint "without merit" under Florida's anti-SLAPP statute, so he's on the hook for their attorneys' fees. https://t.co/LkmKuAvB0A
Important new details here. DHS's intelligence products have for years been reviewed by lawyers for privacy and civil liberties concerns. These memos lay out how the intelligence office appears to have circumvented that review. https://t.co/YIqbM6rcMR
It’s @RatlSecurity-The Dangerous Tweets Edition! DHS compiles “intelligence reports” on protestors & journalists-including our own @benjaminwittes!There are massive explosions in Beirut. And warnings mount about foreign interference in November’s election. https://t.co/uJIk1wtOhH
SCOOP: The internal State Department watchdog who Trump installed after the abrupt firing of the previous IG has resigned, per internal document, marking another significant shakeup for an office sworn to root out malfeasance and wrong doing https://t.co/XQ50tRdqJq
STORY w/ @adamgoldmanNYT confirming great work by @shaneharris that DHS removed the head of the agency’s intelligence arm that compiled reports on the Times and Lawfare’s publishing of internal DHS docs. W/ NEW details on the official’s work at the FBI https://t.co/EPDuTj5Ke5
On Friday, members of the Senate Intel Committee asked Murphy to confirm that previous statements he made, including that I&A had not analyzed, collected, or exploited information from protestors' electronic accounts, were still accurate. https://t.co/oWPefKINZD