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Attorney General William BarrWilliam Pelham BarrPennsylvania Democrat says US Attorney's Office should prioritize opioids rather than 'Russian propaganda' from Giuliani President Trump's assault on checks and balances: Five acts in four weeks The Hill's Morning Report - Sanders steamrolls to South Carolina primary, Super Tuesday MORE has named a new head of the Federal Bureau of Prisons after the bureau reorganized following Jeffrey Epstein’s death.
Barr announced Tuesday that Michael Carvajal will become the new director of the bureau, replacing Kathy Hawk Sawyer, who Barr asked to step in after Epstein was found dead in his New York jail cell.
Carvajal, who joined the Federal Bureau of Prisons in 1992, currently serves as the assistant director of the department’s correctional programs division, making him responsible for the bureau’s intelligence efforts, the Witness Security and Victim-Witness Programs and inmate transportation, among other duties.
“Michael’s nearly 30 years of experience with the Bureau will serve him exceptionally well as he takes on these new responsibilities, and I am confident he will do an outstanding job as director,” Barr said in a statement.
“I want to thank Kathy Hawk Sawyer for her exceptional leadership and helping us identify a highly qualified individual to serve as permanent director,” he added.
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