Johnny Dwyer is a reporter and adjunct professor at Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University. He is the author of two books, “The Districts" and “American Warlord."
Rudy Giuliani Turned NY’s Southern District Into a Spin Machine. His Legacy Is Coming Back to Haunt Him.
Giuliani’s entire post-government life has been a case study in ethical adventurism, if not actual criminal conduct.
Unsealed Filings Detail Felix Sater’s Work as an Intelligence Asset, With Significant Gaps
Court documents released after a request by The Intercept shed light on a former Trump associate and longtime government informant’s past.
Citing Intense Public Interest, Judge Unseals Files in Case of Trump Associate Felix Sater
The decision came after The Intercept sought access to the filings, some of which have remained under seal for two decades.
What the Mueller Report Didn’t Say About Felix Sater and the Trump Tower in Moscow
The special counsel's report notes Sater's role in the Moscow project but oddly fails to mention his background as a felon and informant.