The U.S. Department of Justice will not file charges against a lawyer supported by George Soros, despite an investigation finding her guilty of election interference and perjury.
Last week, Rachael Rollins resigned from her position as U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts after the DOJ’s Office of the Inspector General discovered evidence that she deceived to investigators about her efforts to allegedly influence an election.
The OIG referred criminal charges to the DOJ, but according to The Messenger, the DOJ declined to charge her.
In accordance with the Inspector General Act, 5 U.S.C. 404(d), the OIG referred the false statements allegation to the Department for a prosecutorial determination on December 16, 2022.
“We found Rollins’s conduct described throughout this report violated federal regulations, numerous DOJ policies, her Ethics Agreement, and applicable law, and fell far short of the standards of professionalism and judgment that the Department should expect of any employee, much less a U.S. Attorney,” the DOJ said in its report.
Rollins was found to have misled under oath to investigators during an investigation into whether she attempted to influence a district attorney election in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, last year.
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“According to the report, Rollins provided derogatory information about District Attorney Kevin Hayden to Boston Globe and Boston Herald with the hope that it would help Boston City Councilman Ricardo Arroyo in the Democratic primary for Suffolk’s district attorney in Sept. 2022. The OIG said Rollins was able to acquire the non-public and sensitive information as a result of her federal position,” The Post Millennial reported. CONTINUE READING…