Department of Justice

Internal prison files suggest Epstein ‘suicide’ coverup

US government documents suggest prison officials colluded to blame the sex predator financier for his own death before an official autopsy had concluded. The revelations have been met with general silence from mainstream media. Internal US Bureau of Prison (BOP) documents obtained by The Grayzone under Freedom of Information laws raise extremely serious questions about whether Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged first suicide attempt on July 23, 2019 in fact happened, and suggest the Bureau distorted evidence to attribute his death to […]

Full Story of Matthew Perna, a J6 Protester Who Hung Himself After DOJ Added ‘Enhancement’

The DOJ informed Matthew that they would seek a terrorism enhancement to his sentencing AFTER he pleaded guilty, which would raise his sentence by a potential 5 to 7 more years in federal prison. Four days after receiving the news, Matthew went into his garage, put a rope around his neck, and hung himself.

The US knew the president of Honduras was trafficking drugs. It supported him anyway.

Former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández transformed his country into a de facto narco state, stealing elections with drug money and stacking state security services with crime lords. A Department of Justice motion against the jailed politico shows the US knew of his shocking crimes all along. Just weeks after the 2014 inauguration of former Honduran President, Juan Orlando Hernández, the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) learned the country’s new leader was deeply embedded with the country’s mammoth narco trafficking […]

How US gov’t prosecution of Uhuru activists threatens a ‘First Amendment exception’

The Uhuru 3 are accused by the US DOJ of “sowing discord” on behalf of Russia. Their attorneys warn the case threatens to “blow a hole in the First Amendment.” TAMPA, FLORIDA – Defense attorneys representing three US citizens accused of operating a Russia-directed “malign influence campaign” to “sow discord” in the United States urged Federal Magistrate Judge Anthony E. Porcelli to dismiss the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) case against their clients this September 28, arguing their continued prosecution threatens […]

Did Former U.S. Army Rangers Conspire to Steal $16 Billion Seized in Counter-Terrorist Raid in the Ivory Coast?

…And Unjustly Imprison an ICC Official Who Was Trying to Return the Money to the U.S. Treasury? Most Americans complain about corruption, whether at the local, state, or even national levels. Yet we are taught to believe that we don’t have to live with corruption as an endemic part of our culture, like many other […]

DOJ Proposal Would Ban FBI Agents From Using Community Crime Statistics In Law Enforcement

Department of Justice documents propose preventing FBI agents from using crime statistics about arrest rates in particular communities claiming that current and historical patterns of discriminatory law enforcement have led to higher rates of arrest in certain communities, particularly African American communities