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Justice Department / Michigan / Governor Kidnap Plot / Halpern Interview #1262078

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 15, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The charges against an eighth person, Brian Higgins, in the plot to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer reported; details given about the resignation of Justice official Phillip Halpern over the poliicization of the dept. by Attorney General William Barr.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Halpern. [From San Diego, former asst. attorney general HALPERN - offers views on leaving after spending 36 years in the Justice Department because there is no place in the department under dictator President Trump, on what appeals to Barr, who is bent on serving the president's will, on Barr's position on Michigan attacking the governor.]

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