Haberlerde Subpoena

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· Acting State Department watchdog resigns months after firing of previous inspector general  
House Democrats subpoenaed four State Department officials Monday, including Bulatao, and accused the Trump administration of stonewalling their probe.
The New York Times
· Why the Mueller Investigation Failed  
Mueller didn’t subpoena Trump after he reneged on an agreement to be interviewed at Camp David in January 2018 — which Trump saw as a sign of weakness and Toobin as Mueller’s key misstep.
Washington Post
· Hotels criticized for taking virus money face investigation  
The companies disclosed in a regulatory filing this week that they received subpoenas from the Securities and Exchange Commission for transactions that go back long before the pandemic hit.
The New York Times
· Another Inspector General Resigns, Raising Questions About Pompeo  
Three congressional committees issued subpoenas this week to top aides of Mr. Pompeo.
Washington Post
· State Department watchdog resigns after predecessor’s ouster  
Stephen Akard announced his resignation just two days after Democrats issued subpoenas for several of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s top aides to answer questions about the shakeup in the watchdog’s office.
The New York Times
· Will Bill Barr Try to Help Trump Win the Election?  
Other models include speaking with Congress under subpoena or resigning and then communicating directly to the public.
The Age
· NSW Parliamentary inquiry extended to force icare board to appear  
Witnesses can be subpoenaed to appear before the inquiry if they refuse to turn up voluntarily.
· Trump Under Investigation for Bank and Insurance Fraud  
But they said that “undisputed” assertions in earlier court papers and several news reports about Mr. Trump’s business practices showed that the office had a wide legal basis for the subpoena.
The New Republic
· Beyond Big Meat  
Next, the department issued civil subpoenas to the four biggest beef processors—JBS, Tyson, Cargill, and National Beef—seeking information about possible collusion in that market, as well.