Skip to comments.Senior National Security Official To Leave Justice Department
Posted on 09/27/2016 12:15:54 PM PDT by tekrat
WASHINGTON (Reuters) A senior U.S. Justice Department official who oversaw efforts to prosecute Islamic State sympathizers and pursue cyber criminals is leaving the Obama administration next month, he told Reuters on Tuesday.
Assistant Attorney General John Carlin, chief of the national security division at the Justice Department, is departing on Oct. 15, less than a month before the U.S. presidential election.
Carlin, 43, confirmed his departure, expected to be announced later on Tuesday, in an interview with Reuters.
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43 is senior?
what’d he do, tell the truth about something?
He hears the barking dog.
Good! He wants no more part of it.
Getting a head start on the massive changes coming to DOJ when Rudy takes over after Trump is pres.
Never heard of him, couldn’t have been too effective.
He knows what Wikileaks is gonna spill.
He wants to be a civilian so he can tell America what he brought to his Superior’s attention.
Like Hillary’s emails being hacked, American Assets being destroyed and sources that disappeared.
Wants to make America great again?
Perhaps he refused orders from 0dunga to DELETE, ERASE, DESTROY, BURN, SHRED OR DISCARD just about every trail of the massively traitorous crimes committed over the past 8 years?
Interesting huh...no reason given...but very suspect to be leaving this close to the end of obamas term.
Going to his new job over at the Clinton Global Crime Initiative?
Under Carlin, the national security division has also ramped up the Justice Departments efforts to combat what it sees as a rising threat from domestic anti-government extremists.
Domestic anti-government groups include Focus on the Family, the American Family Association, and the American Center for Law and Justice.
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