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Nazgol Ghandnoosh

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Research Analyst at The Sentencing Project.

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the Department of Justice is open for business when it comes to ferreting out leakers, and he says he may also go after the press.

Jeff Sessions gets tough on intel leaks and prison sentences

Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the Department of Justice is open for business when it comes to ferreting out leakers, and he says he may also go after the press.

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