The Justice Department on Monday’s House Judiciary Committee Chairman was informed Jim Jordan it won’t give He has granted his panel most of the requested information on The investigation into the President Biden’s mishandling of classified documents. 

The following is a letter Send to Jordan Representative Mike Johnson (R.La.)Assistant Attorney General Carlos Felipe Uriarte refers to numerous rules regarding special counsel investigations which prohibit the DOJ Not to release such information. He stated that disclosing any nonpublic information regarding the investigation may compromise the probe. 

“Your letter also requests non-public information that is central to the ongoing Special Counsel investigation,” According to the assistant attorney General Jordan on Monday. “The Department’s longstanding policy is to maintain The confidentiality of such information regarding open matters.

“This policy protects the American people’s interest in the evenhanded, dispassionate, and effective administration of justice. Disclosing non-public information about ongoing investigations could violate statutory requirements or court orders, reveal road maps of our investigations, and interfere with the Department’s ability to gather facts, interview witnesses, and bring criminal prosecutions where warranted.”

“Disclosures to Congress about active investigations risk jeopardizing those investigations and creating the appearance that Congress may be exerting improper political pressure or attempting to influence Department decisions in certain cases. Judgments about whether and how to pursue a matter are, and must remain, the exclusive responsibility of the Department,” the DOJ Let the letter continue.

House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan won’t get his full request fulfilled about Biden mishandling classified documents.
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Uriarte says that there is also a “The.” DOJ The special counsel’s authority to decide what information is to be made available to Congress will not be ignored.  

“The Special Counsel regulations establish procedures for disclosing certain information to Congress at the onset and conclusion of a Special Counsel investigation.” It is stated in the letter. “These regulations govern the Department’s conduct in all Special Counsel investigations.”

This was done earlier in the month Jordan The requirement was that DOJ produce Documents related to the appointment of Robert Hur as special counsel in the 80-year-old president’s classified documents probe. Information was also requested by the leader of House Judiciary Committee on Trump appointed John Lausch, Attorney to Conduct the Initial Review of the Case and All Documents Between or Between the DOJThe FBI and the White House are related to classified Record found at Penn Biden Center and at Biden’s home. 

The number of documents found in the home garage and in the office of his DC think tank remains unknown.
Jordan Information requested about the classified Documents that were kept at Biden’s office and home.
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Jordan Further, all communication between them was requested DOJ And Biden’s lawyers related to the classified Documents scandal, documents and communications relating to the storage classified Recordings at Biden’s office and his home, as well as all records tied to the discovery of the documents with classified markings.

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“Our Members are rightly concerned about the Justice Department’s double standard here, after all, some of the Biden documents were found at a think tank that’s received funds from communist China,” Russell Dye, spokesperson JordanThe Post was informed Monday by.

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DOJ Believes that disclosing information to Congress regarding the ongoing investigation might taint it probe.
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“It’s concerning, to say the least, that the Department is more interested in playing politics than cooperating,” Dye was added. 

An attorney personal to the President discovered 10 classified Documents on November 2, 2022, Penn Biden Washington DC Center Think Tank Biden’s lawyers informed the White House counsel’s office who told the National Archives of the discovery. The National Archives was then informed. DOJ This is what sparked the probe. 

In January Biden’s lawyers discovered more classified material at the president’s Wilmington, Delaware, home, some reportedly in a garage that held the commander in chief’s Corvette. 

The FBI searched the Wilmington property for 13 hours and discovered more Obama-era properties. classified Records, including some that date back as far as Biden’s days in the Senate. 

Let me know by a written letter Jordan This month, earlier in the month, DOJ It indicated that they were unlikely to release information on the criminal investigation underway Biden with the new GOP-controlled House, however, the letter noted that it would respond to the Judiciary Committee chairman’s request separately.