Devlin Barrett (@DevlinBarrett )

Devlin Barrett



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Twitter Web Client : A curious pattern has emerged in Mueller's handling of Russia probe "flippers" - he's letting them be sentenced early, contrary to standard Justice Dept. practice (featuring an Easter Egg for @seamushughes wapo.st/2GfGYnM?tid=ss…

iPhone : BREAKING a 7-year-old migrant girl taken into Border Patrol custody died of dehydration, exhaustion last week in El Paso, CBP confirms. With ⁦Bob Moore⁩ washingtonpost.com/world/national…

iPhone : The Justice Dept. would like to offer lawyers the exciting opportunity to be an unpaid temp prosecutor of misdemeanors. justice.gov/legal-careers/…

Twitter Web Client : A reminder that Joe Palazzolo & WSJ team have been miles ahead on this story that once may have seemed like a sidebar in this sordid drama but has turned into quite the headache for Pres Trump. Amazing work. twitter.com/joe_palazzolo/…

iPhone : When it comes to hyperbole, government shutdown talk is in a class by itself: “closing down the country” twitter.com/mkraju/status/…

iPhone : Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Senate will vote this month on bill to overhaul criminal justice system wapo.st/2EqlJxB

iPhone : Alleged Russian agent Maria Butina poised to plead guilty in case involving suspected Kremlin attempts to influence NRA - The Washington Post washingtonpost.com/politics/alleg…

iPhone : This piece on the industry selling location data collected by apps is incredible. Presented in a way that will hopefully help consumers under this in a really tangible way. When you install some third party app, you don't really know who you're letting in nytimes.com/interactive/20…

iPhone : Years ago, I reexamined an infamous war-crimes case. Task Force Violent: The Unforgiven focused on the plight of several Marines wrongly accused of committing atrocities in Afghanistan. This week, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher entered the following into the Congressional Record:

iPhone : My grandmother’s life was redirected by Pearl Harbor. She asked me to take her to see the 2001 movie. I’d already seen it, and warned her she might find it shallow. 45 minutes into the screening, she patted my arm and said “You are very brave for seeing this twice.”