Richard Pilger

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Current Elections Crime Branch Director at the Criminal Division of the DOJ
White House Executive Branch

Richard Pilger is the Elections Crime Branch Director at the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. He previously served in several positions as a Senior Trial attorney in the DOJ; he studied English and Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame and earned his J.D from Indiana University.

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Richard Pilger Politician Portrayal by Media

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Richard Pilger Policy Leanings

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Richard Pilger, the director of the Department of Justice's elections crime branch, stepped down just hours after Barr sent a memo to federal prosecutors authorizing them to open investigations into "substantial allegations" of potential election fraud before states have certified their results, which violates department policy, The New York Times reported.

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