Law & Crime reports:
In one of the most eye-popping arguments in a flurry of motions to toss the case against him, former “19 Kids and Counting” star Josh Duggar claimed on Friday that his child pornography charges must be dismissed because the investigation into him began under a Department of Homeland Security then-run by leaders “unlawfully” appointed by former President Donald Trump.
When federal agents started looking into Duggar in 2019, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) was under the control of Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan, and the probe continued into the tenure of Acting Secretary Chad Wolf. The Government Accountability Office later found that Trump appointed both men unlawfully, circumventing the normal process of congressional approval. Federal judges later ruled similarly, invalidating some of the agency’s actions under their control.
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Remember when the GAO and federal judges found that Trump’s DHS acting leaders were appointed unlawfully?
Josh Duggar’s lawyers just cited that in a bid to boot his child porn indictment. https://t.co/zY9xv7COdE
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) August 20, 2021