WikiLeaks Asks Judge to Toss DNC Conspiracy Claims

Missing no opportunity to fundraise, WikiLeaks filed its first court papers ever in a New York federal court on Friday, calling the Democratic Party’s conspiracy lawsuit over the 2016 election a threat to freedom of the press. 

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Mongols’ Defense: A Club Can’t Conspire With Itself

A defense attorney for the Mongol Nation motorcycle club told a California jury Tuesday that federal prosecutors had not presented any evidence that the club ever violated racketeering laws or engaged in a conspiracy — indeed, he said, it could not be convicted of conspiracy because an entity cannot conspire with itself.

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Trump-Appointed Judge Rules Against Indicted Russian Firm

A federal judge appointed by President Donald Trump on Monday denied a Russian company’s motion to dismiss criminal charges brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, rejecting claims about the legitimacy of the investigation into interference in the 2016 election.

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