The U.S. House Oversight Committee's Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties held a hearing to examine the need for civil asset forfeiture reform. In her opening statement, Subcommittee Ranking Member Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) emphasized civil asset forfeiture creates a “seize-first, ask questions later” incentive for authorities and too often subverts an individual’s right of … Continue reading Mace: Congress should seriously debate and consider civil asset forfeiture reforms
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Lawmakers are concerned the charges brought against the Lt. Col. may be politically motivated and a possible attempt to silence future whistleblowers from criticizing the Biden Administration’s actions abroad.
“As a direct result of the botched exit strategy for U.S. military personnel from Afghanistan, the Taliban now has armed themselves with a significant arsenal of U.S. weapons, helicopters, drones, and other equipment.”