Sally Yates defies White House attempts to silence her — will publicly testify on Trump’s Russia ties The House Intel Committee has invited former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates and several other high level figures to testify at hearings about the Trump team's involvement with Russia. The White House's earlier attempts to block Yates from testifying are proving futile.
Stop. Stop whatever you’re doing and watch this 5-minute exchange between U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions (yes, that Jeff Sessions) as he questions Deputy Attorney General nominee Sally Quillian Yates (yes, that Sally Yates) about...well, I won’t spoil it;...
U.S. Department Of Justice, Launches Website To Advise Colleges On Sexual Assault Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates stated that the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women unveiled a new website, aiming to help guide colleges on how to address sexual violence on campus. Blog: http://womenonguard.blogspot.com/2015/08/us-department-of-justice-launches.html rape,U.S. Department of Justice, violence,women,college,changingourcampus.org,
FOTO ARCHIVO - El Procurador General adjunto de Estados Unidos Sally Quillian Yates da testimonio durante una audiencia del Comité Judicial del Senado sobre "Ir oscuro: Encriptación, Tecnología, y el equilibrio entre la seguridad pública y la privacidad" en Washington 8 de julio de 2015. REUTERS / Kevin Lamarque / Archivo de fotos
Trump replaces acting attorney general Yates after she orders DOJ to stop defending refugee ban
Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates listens while testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, Oct. 19, 2015, before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act of 2015. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
Have Wall Street executives been getting off too easily?
Have Wall Street executives been getting off too easily? - CSMonitor.com - “Corporations can only commit crimes through flesh-and-blood people,” Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates said in an interview with The New York Times. “It’s only fair that the people who are responsible for committing those crimes be held accountable. The public needs to have confidence that there is one system of justice and it applies regardless of whether that crime occurs on a street corner or in a…
We know similar comments have been posted before, but the one below is, by far, the most comprehensive list I’ve seen. Scott wrote a brilliant response asking how exactly his friend had suffered under Obama: