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Department of Justice

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  • They drifted out of the arpa "vault" into the larger data spaces that were the Department of Justice files.

    True Names

  • Eventually an enterprising lawyer, Howard Stewart, from the Environmental Crimes division of the Department of Justice tracked down photos surreptitiously taken by one of the sailors that showed the ash being dumped overboard into the ocean, which is a violation of international law.121

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • From 2003 to 2005, prisoners processed more than 120 million pounds of e-waste, in processes plagued with health and safety violations—often no protective gear was provided, although smashing the electronics released lead, cadmium, and other hazards.67 Federal Prison Industries aka UNICOR, which manages prison e-waste processing, is now the focus of a Department of Justice investigation for the toxic exposures prisoners suffer.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • The Department of Justice is expected to file a lawsuit at month's end to block the already-completed merger of the nation's two largest voting-machine makers, including one that will service the city, The Post has learned.

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  • Dressed in a plain gray suit, white button-down shirt, and red and blue silk rep tie, AUSA Arthur Marshall was reasonable yet stern, determined to "exercise his prosecutorial discretion" in accordance with the Department of Justice operating manual.

    The Beach House

  • By the late 1940s, the U.S. Department of Justice concluded that this structure was a monopolistic restraint of trade, and forced divorcement of exhibition in order to enhance competition.

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  • Page and David Sylvain of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health report on the health and safety investigation of the Federal Prison Industries (UNICOR) electronics recycling program at Federal Bureau of Prisons institutions in Ohio, Texas, and California in a July 16, 2008, letter to Randall Humm, investigative counsel, U.S. Department of Justice (peer.org/docs/doj/08_28_7_ elkton_prison_niosh_report.pdf).

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • The ATF told me that it "can not comment on any of the allegations brought by the Issa-Grassley oversight committee" due to an ongoing investigation, and the Department of Justice did not return a request for comment.

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  • As part of the mitigation, Julie began to prepare a report for the judge that would show that Aloysius met many of the criteria for the U.S. Department of Justice Model of Risk Factors for Violence in the Community.

    Defending the Damned

  • The Department of Justice said in a statement that it asked the court to reconsider its order "to avoid short-circuiting the repeal process established by Congress during the final stages of the implementation of the repeal."

    Court: 'don't ask, don't tell' will stay in place

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