Barr Just Cost DOJ Its Prized Public-Corruption Fighter
The Daily Beast
Jonathan Kravis was one of the most experienced anti-corruption prosecutors the government had. He resigned at a time when official corruption is increasingly normalized.
Joshua A. Geltzer
A uniquely partisan President is distorting the executive branch in uniquely partisan ways.
, with thoughts from
Citizens for Ethics
The impact of AG Barr’s intervention in the Roger Stone sentencing won’t just be felt in the cases concerning Trump’s allies. It’s cost the DOJ one of its top public-corruption prosecutors at a time when public corruption is looking like a growth industry.