ACLU Files Complaint Against Sessions with Alabama Bar for ‘Lying Under Oath’

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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed an ethics complaint with the Disciplinary Commission for the Alabama State Bar (ASB) against AG Jeff Sessions for “misleading” Congress about his meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

As stated in the complaint: “Mr. Sessions is the Attorney General of the United States and violated Rule 8.4 of the Alabama Rules of Professional Conduct,” according to the complaint filed Thursday by the ACLU’s Chris Anders, deputy director at the ACLU Washington Legislative Office, where he represents the ACLU before Congress and the executive branch.”

The ACLU accuses Sessions of “lying under oath” and are calling for a full investigation into the possible perjury committed by the US AG.

Chris Anders, deputy director of the legislative office of the ACLU’s DC office wrote in the complaint: “Sessions

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