Spies, Bannon & DOJ Action

October 15, 2021

In This Episode:

The #SistersInLaw come together to look at the limits of executive privilege and the likelihood that Steve Bannon is arrested.  They also discuss the steps the DOJ is taking to reform the criminal justice system by investigating police and prisons, before breaking down the recent arrest of the two spies in West Virginia and the legal differences between thinking about a crime and attempting it.

Read the transcript.


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Articles From The #SistersInLaw + Mentioned On This Episode:

From Barb on executive privilege and 1/6, Josh Hawley’s recent actions, and the DOJ’s role in stopping Trump’s election interference

Mentioned by Jill about the DOJ complaint in the West Virginia spy case


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Barb McQuade: Twitter | University of Michigan Law | Just Security | MSNBC


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