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Rachel Weiner
Washington Post reporter, EDVA and Arlington/Alexandria cops and courts. rachel.weiner@washpost.com. Cell/Signal/WhatsApp: 202-560-0127.
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Rosalind Helderman Mar 19
This is intriguing.
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Rachel Weiner Mar 19
All the Michael Cohen search warrants:
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Sharon Weinberger Mar 18
Some big bombshells in 's latest intel piece for , including an attempt to track American Air Force defector Monica Witt inside Iran, as she helped the regime target U.S. intelligence operatives.
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Rachel Weiner Mar 18
Supreme Court will decide if Beltway sniper who was 17 at time of killings can challenge his life sentence
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Rachel Weiner Mar 15
Replying to @rachelweinerwp
AUSA Jim Gillis said he has a "hair trigger" instinct to hand over anything that could be used to challenge Mike Flynn's testimony, but that defense can't just go on "a frolic through everything else" the special counsel has investigated
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Rachel Weiner Mar 15
Replying to @rachelweinerwp
But government says they don't want to hand over copies of all 15 special counsel reports on meetings with Flynn because "there are other investigations that would or could be hampered by disclosure of unfettered information"
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Rachel Weiner Mar 15
Replying to @rachelweinerwp
"That's the heart of our defense," Kian's attorney said -- Mike Flynn's unreliability. Govt. says they are sharing everything they have that could impeach Flynn.
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Rachel Weiner Mar 15
Hearing today in case of Mike Flynn's business partner Bijan Kian -- defense says government hasn't produced all the evidence that makes Flynn an unreliable witness, given what's publicly known
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Rachel Weiner Mar 14
Defense in case of Bijan Kian's business partner is pushing to get notes from all FBI interviews with Mike Flynn. Government says they "contain information concerning ongoing investigations"
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Rachel Weiner Mar 14
Every sentence of this story mocking Howard Schultz for trying to pretend he grew up hard in Bayview is delicious
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Tom Jackman Mar 13
New: Manafort will probably serve a little less than 6 1/2 years, and could reduce sentence further while in prison:
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Rachel Weiner Mar 13
Another judge in EDVA just sentenced an ex-DOD employee to four years in prison for $1.4 million overtime pay fraud
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Rachel Weiner Mar 13
Replying to @rachelweinerwp
(This added up correctly on my first try, where is my medal)
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Rachel Weiner Mar 13
Replying to @rachelweinerwp
16 counts: Three counts of residential mortgage fraud, one count conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud, three counts conspiracy, 8 falsifying business records, 1 scheme to defraud
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Rachel Weiner Mar 13
Welp -- Paul Manafort was just indicted in New York
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Rachel Weiner Mar 13
Replying to @Ms_Liz2
Not exactly:
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Rachel Weiner Mar 13
Replying to @rachelweinerwp
One significance of Judge Jackson keeping Manafort's sentence below 10 years -- he still qualifies for a camp rather than a higher-security prison
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Rachel Weiner Mar 13
Total sentence for Paul Manafort: 90 months or 7.5 years
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Ellen Nakashima Mar 13
Paul Manafort apologizes at second sentencing: ‘I am sorry for what I have done’
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Rachel Weiner Mar 13
Paul Manafort’s "work was corrosive to faith in the political process," special counsel says
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