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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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Andrew Prokop Jun 15
Another tidbit from court — judge said inclusion of unredacted names in a Mueller filing was the fault of the court clerk. (Not Mueller's fault, as many surmised.) She apologized on behalf of the court.
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Spencer Hsu Jun 15
This morning's watch for ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort to enter the federal courthouse in D.C. Will he walk out freely today, or face jail for alleged witness tampering?
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Jason Leopold Jun 14
New York files suit against Trump, alleging his charity engaged in ‘illegal conduct’
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Rachel Weiner Jun 13
They were told to provide the names to the defense -- not necessarily to expose them publicly
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Rachel Weiner Jun 13
No, they are accused of being paid to back the Ukrainian government ()
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Rachel Weiner Jun 13
Replying to @rachelweinerwp
The former journalists are Alan Friedman and Eckart Sager with FBC Media, as the New York Times has reported
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Rachel Weiner Jun 13
Special Counsel accidentally exposed names of former journalists and European politicians allegedly involved in Manafort's secret Ukraine lobbying. Just filed a new version with redactions
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Spencer Hsu Jun 13
Senate intelligence aide James Wolfe pleads not guilty to lying to FBI in federal leak probe, attorney Preston Burton says it is "highly likely" defense will seek gag order in case citing "glib remarks" by Trump, DOJ officials suggesting he leaked classified information.
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Barton Gellman Jun 13
A Customs and Border Protection agent appoints himself to question a reporter about her sources. Dips into confidential travel records. Good that he’s referred to OPR. But this is not one bad apple. He took his cues from leadership culture at DOJ & DHS.
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Keith L. Alexander Jun 12
Maryland officials back off decision to limit access to books for prison inmates by .
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Peter Jamison Jun 12
Voters head to the polls today in 6-way Democratic primary to pick a challenger for Rep. Barbara Comstock, in a Northern Virginia race that could help decide control of the House. & have you covered:
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Rachel Weiner Jun 12
I have watched this video five times already and recommend you do the same
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Spencer Hsu Jun 12
U.S. judge denies Manafort challenge to sufficiency of his indictment in Mueller probe, finding it specific and 'suffices to put the Defendant on notice of the nature of the charges against him.' But judge wants names of European politicians allegedly involved in secret lobbying
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Andrew Katz Jun 11
"Marco Antonio Muñoz fled Honduras with his wife, Orlanda de Muñoz, and their 3-year-old son after her brother’s slaying left the family fearing for their lives." 's latest reporting on a tragedy that deserves much more attention.
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Lynh Bui Jun 12
An undercover detective fatally shot by a fellow officer as they responded to a shootout in front of Prince George’s police headquarters had his badge in his hand and was shouting “Police! Police!” before he was killed, the slain officer’s family said.
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Rachel Weiner Jun 11
Replying to @maustermuhle
It's not our fault, Martin, it's the law
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Matt DeLong Jun 11
My friend and former boss , who is one of the best journalists I've ever worked with, says she was the target of a very ugly smear campaign after reporting sexual misconduct by NYT reporter Glenn Thrush
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Rachel Weiner Jun 11
One part of this EDVA spy trial last week I'm still thinking about -- the DIA acknowledged a classified operation that used a company working in China to gather intel on Chinese military science and technology
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Rachel Weiner Jun 11
If you're curious about the trial:
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Jim Bourg Jun 9
Fascinating real life story of China / USA espionage and counter espionage in the last couple of years that reads straight out of a spy novel.
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