Grand Jury subpoenas issued to John Bolton’s book publisher and literary agent

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Federal prosecutors have issued grand jury subpoenas to former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s book publisher and literary agent in connection with a criminal investigation into whether Bolton inappropriately handled top secret information. 

The subpoenas are directed to Simon & Schuster and Javelin. Bolton reportedly did not receive one.

They request all communications between the publishers and Bolton. The book, “The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir,” was released in June. It is highly critical of President Trump and recounts several stories about Bolton’s time in office encountering high-profile diplomats and global figures. more

5 Comments on Grand Jury subpoenas issued to John Bolton’s book publisher and literary agent

  1. Send money, guns and lawyers, the feces has hit the revolving blades. Well, forget the guns, because it’s really hard getting a permit in New York City; but lots of money will be burned through before the lawyers cut a plea deal.

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  2. I’m sure a “Bombshell!” spew of vaporing and pearl clutching follows shortly. Might even result in a Strongly Worded Statement.

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