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Ryan McMaken: Who Prosecutes the Prosecutors?

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12/08/2017Ryan McMakenJeff Deist

So far, the federal investigation into Russian collusion during the 2016 election has been a farce. Lawless and corrupt federal prosecutors—and their pet police agency, the FBI—dominate the headlines. Yet, the Constitution never provided for a federal police force, and lists very few federal crimes. So, how and why did federal prosecutors and agents become so powerful? Mises.org editor Ryan McMaken joins Jeff Deist to discuss.

For further reading, see Bill Anderson's Mises Wire article, "Federal Prosecutors Are Running Amok".

Ryan McMaken: Who Prosecutes the Prosecutors?

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