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There was a special counsel appointed to investigate the finances of Jimmy Carter's family peanut business. After a year and a half the investigation concluded in a 239 page report that there was no evidence that Carter had done anything illegal.

As Trump attacks Mueller and FBI, critics warn about special counsel dismissal

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  1. Trump’s Lawyer Raised Prospect of Pardons for Flynn and Manafort as Special Counsel Closed In

  2. When talking to his Special Counsel, Chuck Colson, about when abortion is necessary President Nixon gave an example of “When you have a black and a white” before Colson added “or rape”

  3. There was a special counsel appointed to investigate the finances of Jimmy Carter's family peanut business. After a year and a half of investigation it concluded in a 239 page report that there was no basis for criminal prosecution.

  4. Special Counsel Robert Mueller's final report is available for pre order on Amazon with a release date of March 26th

  5. Title VI of the Ethics in Government Act gave a special counsel the directive to send their findings directly to congress. This expired in 1999, which is why Ken Starr’s report was sent to Congress but Mueller’s wasn’t.

  6. Famous Californian, Chief Justice, and Special Counsel Earl Warren prepared and presented an 888 page report on the assassination of President Kennedy to President Johnson in 1964, and it was released to the public three days after it was presented to Johnson.

  7. Who is serving as special counsel to oversee the investigation of possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election? - The Times Columnist

  8. Richard Nixon commanded the three highest senior officials of the Justice Department to fire the Special Counsel Archibald Cox, assigned to Watergate. Both the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General refused and resigned, until the Solicitor General, Robert Bork agreed and did as he asked.

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