Tom Winter

Tom Winter


NBC News Correspondent for Investigations. Focused on Police, Courts, Corruption, Cyber Security, and Counter-terrorism stories in the Eastern U.S.

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NEW: The federal judge overseeing the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell has rejected many of her pre-trial motions today and declined to dismiss the charges against her But the judge agrees her trial should be split in two. One to focus on allegations of sex abuse, the other on perjury

NBC News: The U.S. has new intel on Konstantin Kilimnik that makes them think the Paul Manafort associate gave internal Trump campaign info to Russian intelligence services. But, when and how did the U.S. learn it? Story w/ @albamonica 

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@albamonica  The FBI is still seeking to interview Kilimnik and has a $250,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. What does Kilimnik know?

NBC's @frankthorp  took some time to document -- in a way he is quite gifted to do -- the reflections if those who were in the Capitol on January 6th from the Senators to the police and everyone in between. A worthwhile Sunday read:

NEW: Chauvin trial judge says Maxine Waters' 'confrontational' protest remarks could fuel appeal

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NEW: The Houston Police Department says they've identified one of their officers, an 18 year veteran of the department, as having penetrated the Capitol last Wednesday. Chief Art Acevedo says there is a "high probability" the officer will face federal charges.

BREAKING / NBC News: In a statement U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman says "I have not resigned, and have no intention of resigning." He says he found out he was "stepping down" by reading it in a press release.

NEW: The Dept. of Justice says they’ve completed their review of 29 FISA warrants that were flagged by the IG for being out of compliance and have found only 2 material errors and found that all of the applications contained sufficient basis for probable cause, a statement says.

Gov. Cuomo really letting Sen. Mitch McConnell have it. He says that New York State contributes $116 Billion more to the federal budget than it takes from it whereas Kentucky takes more from the federal government than it puts in by more than that amount.

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