The Department of Justice had the opportunity in 2022 to prosecute President Joe Biden’s disgraced U.S. Attorney Rachael Rollins for lying under oath about a string of federal and ethical regulations months before her abuse of power scandal broke but ultimately refused.
This week, just half a year after the DOJ declined to prosecute, Rollins announced her intent to resign as Massachusetts’ top federal prosecutor. Her decision came on the heels of reports from both the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and Special Counsel (OSC) Henry Kerner, who found that she committed “an extraordinary breach of public trust by a senior government official” via “repeated instances of misconduct and poor judgment.”
Rollins, Kerner wrote in a letter to the Biden White House, initiated leaks
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