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    A Department of Justice official confirmed the FBI opened a criminal investigation into Hunter Biden and his associates in 2019. It is still active:
    A justice department official has confirmed to Sinclair Broadcast Group that the FBI opened up a criminal investigation into Hunter Biden and his associates back in 2019, focused on allegations of money-laundering and that the probe remains active.

    Fox News reported that the laptop belonging to Hunter Biden has a link to an FBI money laundering probe:
    The FBI’s subpoena of a laptop and hard drive purportedly belonging to Hunter Biden came in connection with a money laundering investigation in late 2019, according to documents obtained by Fox News and verified by multiple federal law enforcement officials who reviewed them.

    Tuesday, the FBI Assistant Director Jill C. Tyson sent a letter to Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee. In the letter, Tyson said the agency had "nothing to add" to Director of National Intelligence Ratcliffe's statement dispelling Russian involvement in the "discovery" of  Hunter Biden's laptop.

    Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declassified more documents related to failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's alleged plan to stir-up a scandal between then-candidate Donald Trump and Russia. It turns out former CIA Director John Brennan told President Barack Obama about the idea before the 2016 election as “a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server.” Brennan's notes indicate Hillary approved of the plan on July 26, 2016. Trump also authorized the "declassification of any & all documents" related to the "Russia Hoax."

    Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declassified three items in regard to the FBI's investigation into Hurricane Crossfire to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham. One item included the CIA asked the FBI to investigate Hillary Clinton's campaign over alleged plans to "stir up" a scandal against then-candidate Donald Trump.

    The Department of Justice, after concluding that the prosecution of Michael Flynn was the product of misconduct by FBI and DOJ officials, moved to drop the case against Flynn. But not so fast. Flynn pleaded guilty, a plea that the DOJ motion to drop the charges calls into question. A judge has discretion whether to allow a case to be dropped, but normally if the prosecution doesn't want to prosecute, a judge will not force a prosecution. But where a guilty plea has been entered and accepted by the court, and a motion to withdraw the plea rejected by the court, the court has a lot more power because the prosecution, in a sense, is over already. Only sentencing remains.

    The Department of Justice dropped its case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn on Thursday due to new information. The DOJ also released documents in its motion. These documents showed President Barack Obama knew details from Flynn's wire-tapped calls, and then-Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expanded the Russia-Trump collusion probe beyond its primary scope.

    The Department of Justice dropped its case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI two years ago:
    The decision came days after prosecutors turned over documents to Mr. Flynn that his lawyers said was evidence that the government tried to set him up in the early 2017 interview at issue.
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