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Justice Department won’t prosecute Garland for contempt, says refusal to provide audio wasn’t crime

  • Attorney General Merrick Garland will not face prosecution for contempt of Congress for withholding audio of President Joe Biden's interview, deemed not criminal by the Justice Department.
  • The House held Garland in contempt for not submitting the recordings, suspected by the White House of being manipulated for political gains by Republicans.
  • The Justice Department declared they will not pursue charges against Garland, in response to the House's contempt citation, following a policy against prosecuting non-compliance due to executive privilege claims.
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