DOJ agrees to allow extraordinary access to FISA applications

DOJ AGREES TO ALLOW ‘EXTRAORDINARY’ ACCESS TO FISA APPLICATIONSㅤp06article224354wp.png
Pictured: Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.)

ㅤ”The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Friday agreed to allow additional access by the House Intelligence Committee to view four surveillance applications, calling it an ‘extraordinary accommodation.’
ㅤThe DOJ said in a letter to the committee that it will allow all members of both the House and Senate Intelligence committees private access to view the classified documents at the Justice Department, emphasizing ‘unique facts and circumstances.'”


Full story at The Hill, image from wsj(.net) – 4/6/18. Tags: doj, fbi, jeff sessions, justice department, sessions, fisa, house intelligence committee. 𑗉

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