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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.

Trump has sent additional forces into the city, covered crime

The President of the United States Donald trump announced the additional sending of Federal forces in Chicago and other cities in the country, where recently formed an extremely serious crime situation.

"In recent weeks began a radical left movement to cease funding and disband the police departments. Policy extreme views have joined this crusade against the police," said trump, speaking at the White house.

In the United States canceled the first in 17 years, the Federal penalty

The court suspended the first penalty, which was to be held in a Federal U.S. prison for 17 years, stated in the order judge Jane Magnus-Stinson of Indiana.

Relatives of the victims at the hands of Daniel Lewis Lee filed a lawsuit with the requirement to suspend the penalty because the prison in Indiana, according to them, has not created a safe environment for their presence. Relatives of the victims refer to the epidemic COVID-19.

The U.S. Supreme court will examine the publication of papers on the investigation of Muller

The U.S. Supreme court agreed to hear a case about the publication of secret documents to the Grand jury at "Russian investigation" spectacular Robert Mueller, according to the website of the court.

The house of representatives under the leadership of the majority Democrats demanded to distribute documents, suspecting the presence of incriminating information about the President of the United States Donald trump. The administration of the trump objected, pointing out that Congress should not have the right to examine the motives of initiation of an investigation.

The ROC evaluated by hanging flags of the LGBT community at embassies in Russia

The Moscow Patriarchate supported the protests of the Orthodox community against the LGBT propaganda from the embassies of the US and the UK, noting that the demonstration of such symbols is "disrespectful to the Outlook of many citizens of Russia".

On Sunday, the participants of the public movement "forty times Forty" picketed the embassies of the US and UK, protesting against the fact that the Embassy hung the flag of the LGBT community.

The leader of the protesters in Seattle are not aware of the presence among them of members of the "antifa"

The leader of the protesters in Seattle who seized several districts of the city, David Lewis, said to RIA Novosti that I'm not sure if any of the demonstrators in the city representatives of the movement "antifa".

Earlier, U.S. President Donald trump said that the US authorities will make the list of banned terrorist organizations of the radical left movement "antifa". U.S. attorney General William Barr noted that the actions of the members of this movement are regarded as terrorism.

The US Federal government in July will resume the death penalty

The US Federal government scheduled to resume in mid-July the death penalty after a nearly 20-year hiatus, according to the website of the Ministry of justice.

In July last year it was reported that US Federal authorities to resume the practice of the death penalty as an exceptional punishment after almost 20 years break.

Trump called the plans of Bolton to publish the book "extremely inappropriate"

The President of the United States Donald trump considers "highly inappropriate" that his former national security adviser John Bolton has written a book of memories of working with the head of state and intends to publish it.

"Maybe he's not telling the truth, it is known that often not telling the truth," trump told reporters at the White house, responding to a question about his attitude to the forthcoming publication of the book, which is expected to contain criticism of the President.

Some of the Russians in American prisons checked on the COVID-19

Some Russians in US prisons tested for coronavirus, the results are negative, is reflected in the responses of Russia's Ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov to the media on the website of the foreign Ministry.

"After our appeals to the American authorities, many compatriots were provided with qualified medical aid. Some of the convicts have already tested for the coronavirus. Fortunately, the results are negative," - said Antonov.

In the United States are working on standards for the use of force by police

U.S. authorities are working on standards for the use of force by police, said U.S. attorney General William Barr.

"Law enforcement leaders with whom we work, as no one interested in the reform of the criminal and judicial system and the police profession. The last time there was a different President (USA) who would be more loyal (this). He did not need the crisis that we have today to begin with the law "first step" and the establishment of the Commission, which is examining the same issues we face today," said Barr at a meeting at the White house with the participation of law enforcement, which was chaired by President Donald trump.

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