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U.S. attorney General called anti-fascists, Bolsheviks and Nazis

Attorney General — the head of the Ministry of justice of the United States William Barr called the anti-fascist movement, which is actively involved in the American protests, Bolsheviks, Communists and fascists.

"This is a revolutionary group that is interested in some form of socialism, of communism. They are in fact the Bolsheviks. And their fascist tactics," said Barr in an interview with Fox News.

In the US, Singapore, pleaded guilty in cooperation with the exploration China

A citizen of Singapore had pled guilty in the United States in the action as an illegal agent of Chinese intelligence, according to a press release from the U.S. Department of justice.

Zhong Wei Yeo, also known as Dixon SW, pleaded guilty Friday to one count of allegations that he had acted on the territory of the United States as an illegal agent of a foreign power.

The United States accused two citizens of China of hacking into networks of us companies

The U.S. Department of justice accused two citizens of China in cooperation with Chinese intelligence agencies to break into computers of a half dozen U.S. companies.

The indictment States that the defendants Lee and Xiaoyu Dong Csaci stole trade secrets worth hundreds of millions of dollars from a number of companies, research centers and military-industrial corporations. They also tried to hack companies that are engaged in research to combat coronavirus, according to the indictment.

Media: California launched an antitrust investigation against Google

The state of California began its own antitrust investigation against Google, according to the newspaper Politico, citing informed sources.

It is noted that the investigation into California state where are located the headquarters of the company is not connected with the investigation launched by the attorneys General of 48 American States as well as Puerto Rico and the district of Columbia. What aspect of interested in California authorities, is currently unknown. Now, according to the newspaper, the only state that does not conduct an investigation of Google, left Alabama.

In the US Professor arrested on charges of working for the PRC

Scientist song Guo Zheng was detained in the US on charges of working for the PRC, announced Thursday in a press release from the U.S. Department of justice.

A scientist who worked at the Ohio state University, is also accused of perjury.

Media: in the United States are investigating how the TikTok treats personal data of children

The Federal trade Commission and the U.S. Department of justice are investigating reports that a Chinese social network TikTok did not comply with the requirements to protect the privacy of children on the Internet, Reuters reported, citing sources.

Earlier, the US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo in an interview with Fox News channel, said that the United States is considering to ban the work on the territory of the country Chinese apps TikTok.

Damaged statue of Jackson in Washington have charged

Four protesters in Washington, D.C., that damaged the statue of seventh US President Andrew Jackson, charged with destruction of Federal property, the press release published on the website of the Ministry of justice.

"The Agency strictly adheres to its obligation to defend the sacred right of citizens to peaceful protests, which gives the First amendment, however, these charges should serve as a warning to those who make choice in favor of desecration of the statues and monuments that adorn the capital of our country: your aggressive behavior and criminal acts will not go unpunished" - presented in a release quotes the acting Prosecutor of the district of Columbia Michael Sherwin.

The U.S. justice Department asked the Supreme court to void Obamacare

The U.S. Department of justice asked the Supreme court to completely invalidate the law on the patient protection and affordable health care, which formed the basis of health-care reform Obamacare, conducted under President Barack Obama, according to CNN.

As stated by the solicitor General of the United States, Noel Francisco, representing the Supreme court, the Ministry of justice and the Executive, when some provisions of the act will be void "the remaining part of the ACA (Affordable Care Act - ed.) must be deemed invalid". The speaker of the house of representatives, Nancy Pelosi criticized the decision of the administration of the President of the United States.

Trump commented on the termination of the case against Flynn

The US President Donald trump said that he is happy for his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, against whom the court had earlier closed the case.

"I'm very excited for General Flynn. They were treated terribly... he was acquitted. I want to congratulate him. He's been through a lot," said trump on Wednesday to journalists before the talks with President of Poland Andrzej Duda.

It is inevitable: America learns about his terrible President

Unless there is some legal or administrative miracle, then June 23 on the shelves of American bookstores will be a hefty collection of choice (but not necessarily truthful) dirt on Donald trump. The fact that its source is personal to John Bolton, a former adviser to trump on national security and a very influential figure in the Washington political establishment already gives this the additional weight compromising, attracting the attention of the media and ordinary voters.

The presidential administration considered this book to the extent a serious problem that the U.S. Department of justice asked the court to ban (!) its sale and distribution, citing the interests of national security, but on Friday, the judge hearing the case, made it clear that, most likely, he can't deny. CNN gleefully reported from the courtroom: "the Horse, as we used to say in Texas, seem to have escaped from the stall, said judge Royce Lamberth of the District court of the district of Columbia during the hearing on Friday. — I, of course, difficult to know what can I do with these books across the country." Lambert has not made a decision on a nearly two-hour hearing and said he will wait and consider more information from the Ministry of justice before taking a decision. The book of Bolton will come out on Tuesday. It's possible that Lambert is not going to make a decision."

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