The German government has spared no expense — spending upward of $100 million — to safeguard this week’s summit, which brings together leaders of the industrial countries known as the Group of Eight. German authorities have taken an offensive-minded approach, using a variety of tactics that critics say conjure bad memories of the country’s totalitarian past.
For instance, police and prosecutors have surreptitiously acquired scent samples of some protest organizers to make it easier for police dogs to locate them in a crowd, authorities have acknowledged. The technique was pioneered by the Stasi, the East German secret police.
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Without reconciliation, the measure would have a tough time passing the evenly divided Senate.
The Kentucky Republican on Tuesday forced a point of order vote on holding an impeachment trial.
Acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson sent a new memo to federal prosecutors, saying the department would return to the earlier policy of deciding cases.