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· Samsung's help in COVID-19 battle helps heir's image ahead of trial →
That's important because suspicion of the judiciary in Korea runs deep.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on June 4) →
The DPK and the UFP are jostling mainly over who helms two key committees ― the Legislation and Judiciary Committee and the Special Committee on Budget and Accounts.
· Trump and his allies ‘trying to rewrite’ history of Russia investigation, former FBI chief claims →
In his opening statement to the Republican-led Senate Judiciary Committee, Mr Rosenstein explained how he came to appoint Robert Mueller to lead the Russia investigation concerning the actions of the Trump campaign and administration.
The New York Times
· Obama Will Address George Floyd Protests in Online Town Hall →
“We should be fighting to make sure that we have a president, a Congress, a U.S. Justice Department, and a federal judiciary that actually recognize the ongoing, corrosive role that racism plays in our society and want to do something about it,” he wrote in a post on Medium on Monday.
· ‘Obamagate’: Senate hearing with former deputy AG Rosenstein gives glimpse into Republicans’ aggressive 2020 strategy →
Ex-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Wednesday found himself back in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, where he largely defended decisions he made while overseeing parts of the FBI’s 2016 counterintelligence operation probing possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia, and his subsequent appointment of former special counsel Robert Mueller to pick up that investigation.
· Rod Rosenstein defends Mueller appointment at hearing on Russia probe →
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is testifying Wednesday before the Republican-led Senate Judiciary Committee, which is investigating the origins of the Russia investigation amid allegations of misconduct by law enforcement.
The Wall Street Journal
· Rod Rosenstein Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Committee Over Russia Investigation →
WASHINGTON—Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday on his handling of the Russia investigation, aspects of which have come under increasing criticism from Republicans.
· Former deputy AG Rod Rosenstein to face questions over Russia probe →
“Every application that I approved appeared to be justified based on the facts it alleged, and the FBI was supposed to be following protocols to ensure that every fact was verified,” Rosenstein will tell the Judiciary Committee, according to his prepared remarks.
· French court agrees to transfer Rwanda genocide suspect Félicien Kabuga to UN tribunal →
In a letter to the UN tribunal’s chief prosecutor, Serge Brammertz, ahead of Wednesday’s ruling, Kabuga's lawyers urged him to leave the case with France's judiciary.
· Indonesia Records Its First Honor Killing →
Rosmini’s case will be closely watched as it works through a court system that is far from perfect and the judiciary must be seen to be doing its job fairly.