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Devlin Barrett
WashPost reporter covering national security. devlin.barrett@washpost.com cell/signal/whatsapp (202) 617-6330 1301 K St NW Washington DC 20071
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Devlin Barrett 3h
This could also be very, very uninteresting (no caps required)
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Alleged Russian agent Maria Butina poised to plead guilty in case involving suspected Kremlin attempts to influence NRA - The Washington Post
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45% of women killed from 2007 to 2016 were killed by an intimate partner. 5% of all men killed from 2007 to 2016 were killed by an intimate partner.
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Joseph Cox 11h
This piece on the industry selling location data collected by apps is incredible. Presented in a way that will hopefully help consumers under this in a really tangible way. When you install some third party app, you don't really know who you're letting in
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Josh Dawsey Dec 9
All the Russian interactions with Trump people during the campaign and transition, via my great colleagues ⁦⁩, ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩:
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Devlin Barrett Dec 8
Get Off My Law(n)
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Devlin Barrett Dec 8
Mueller flashes some cards in Russia probe, but hides his hand
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Andrew deGrandpre Dec 7
Years ago, I reexamined an infamous war-crimes case. "Task Force Violent: The Unforgiven" focused on the plight of several Marines wrongly accused of committing atrocities in Afghanistan. This week, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher entered the following into the Congressional Record:
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Devlin Barrett Dec 7
Replying to @DevlinBarrett
She was joking, obviously, so I teased her back: "You have no idea. There's 2 more hours left to this movie." Her eyes widened, and she shook her head.
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Shane Harris Dec 7
New: A Justice Dept. ethics office issued guidance on Whitaker's role in the Russia probe. h/t
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Devlin Barrett Dec 7
My grandmother’s life was redirected by Pearl Harbor. She asked me to take her to see the 2001 movie. I’d already seen it, and warned her she might find it shallow. 45 minutes into the screening, she patted my arm and said “You are very brave for seeing this twice.”
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Devlin Barrett Dec 7
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Devlin Barrett Dec 7
Music for reading court filings (as loud as you can stand it) via
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Devlin Barrett Dec 6
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Devlin Barrett Dec 6
SCOOP: Trump has told advisers he will nominate William Barr to be the next attorney general; announcement could come in days
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Devlin Barrett Dec 6
"Notice that every time over this period that the yield curve has inverted, a recession has followed." via
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Devlin Barrett Dec 6
Replying to @pbump @AaronBlake
historically, the easiest and simplest way in person voter fraud was done in this country (see Albany, NY Dem machine in the 1930's) was impersonating dead people. There are lots of ways that in-person voter fraud doesn't involve stealing an actual voter's vote
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Devlin Barrett Dec 6
Replying to @pbump @AaronBlake
No, the debate is whether we should use different terms for you lying at a polling place to vote illegally in your own interest, or having someone else lie to you in order to essentially steal your vote against your interest. Different enough to merit different terms
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Devlin Barrett Dec 6
Replying to @pbump @AaronBlake
Take your argument to its extreme. If someone is shot dead, what does it matter if they shot themselves, or if someone else shot them, or if that person was the intended target? ...It matters!
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