United States Attorney

Why Robert Mueller Was Selected To Be The Special Prosecutor

"It all began with the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers apartment complex in the Saudi city of Khobar... Both Robert Mueller and his longtime ally James Comey performed crucial roles in establishing that the bombing had been a Hezbollah operation run by the Iranian Government - and, starting upon this basis, in helping to develop the case that Iran 'is the foremost state sponsor of terrorism'..."

"My Watch Is Off": HSBC Traders Used Code Words To Trigger Front-Running Trades

"We actually have Mark Johnson telling Stuart Scott ‘Tell Ed my watch will be off.  We have communications where the word ‘watch’ is used, and then within seconds, 20 seconds of ‘my watch is off,’ we have all that trading that’s been described. The word is instrumental in getting the information to the traders when it comes to their early front-running trades."

Republicans Strike Back: Congressman Circulates Letter Demanding Mueller Open Hearing

"Every nominee for United States Attorney must be confirmed by the Senate, a process that brings to the forefront any concerns regarding the nominee’s ability to hold their position in a decent and impartial manner. However, as Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III and his team of lawyers investigate our very own president, we as a nation wait in the dark with very little information about those given this great authority."

Preet Bharara Joins NYU School Of Law

Just ten days after the US Attorney for New York, Preet Bharara was fired by Donald Trump, prompting speculation if he was working on a probe of Trump himself when he was terminated and further speculation which employer would imminently retain Bharara's services, moments ago the former attorney gave the answer: he is joining the NYU School of Law.

When It Comes To Wall Street, Preet Bharara Is No Hero

The prominent U.S. attorney fired by Donald Trump this weekend has been justly acclaimed for his pursuit of political corruption. But his treatment of the Wall Street executives involved in the financial meltdown was far less confrontational.