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Napolitano -Matthew Whitaker Is "Legally Ineligible" To Be Acting AG3m51s

Napolitano -Matthew Whitaker Is "Legally Ineligible" To Be Acting AG

“I was very disappointed to see the lawyers who work for Matthew Whitaker go back to 1866, and look for a precedent there to decide whether or not he was lawfully appointed," Napolitano said during a segment on Fox News' "Shepard Smith Reporting." "I don’t care what happened in 1866, because the Congress changed the law in the 1960s and said whoever runs the Justice Department has to be nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate because we put too much power in their hands.” Napolitano served on New Jersey's Superior Court for almost a decade in the 1980s and '90s, and he is an expert in constitutional law and rule of law. He said Wednesday that Republicans shared Democratic concerns regarding what Whitaker, an ally of President Trump, may do now that he oversees special counsel Robert Mueller's federal Russia investigation. “The problem comes with decisions made by Mr. Whitaker in the interim," Napolitano said. "Because when his position — not if — when his position is found to be legally ineligible, those decisions will become null and void. Put that toothpaste back in the tube.”

Delray Beach man wants to take a wounded warrior veteran to Elton John concert1m03s

Delray Beach man wants to take a wounded warrior veteran to Elton John concert

A Delray Beach man is looking to take a veteran to the Elton John concert next week.  John Fischer, who is a retired firefighter, said this is an item on his bucket list. He has wanted to take a wounded warrior veteran to a concert. Fischer is also a fan of Elton John who is performing at the BB&T Center next week for his farewell tour.

WPTV
Published: November 14, 2018
Death penalty possible for Pike County massacre suspects3m01s

Death penalty possible for Pike County massacre suspects

We sat down with attorney Mark Krumbein, who has prosecuted many death penalty cases, to talk about the legal complexities of taking the Wagner family — accused of murdering eight members of another family in Piketon — to trial.

WCPO
Published: November 14, 2018