When House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes sent his question to Attorney General Sessions about the criminal statutes that the FBI may have violated, did you think there were this many in question? The abuse of the FISA Court in the investigations into the Russian dossier and all of the staff of candidate and President Trump were based on a falsehood. The FBI has rules they operate under. There are specific laws that cause them to use these rules. Here is a compilation of just what the FBI may have done in its transgressions.
As Written By Catherine Herridge and Alex Pappas For Fox News:
The FBI may have violated criminal statutes, as well as its own strict internal procedures, by using unverified information during the 2016 election to obtain a surveillance warrant on onetime Trump campaign aide Carter Page, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee charged Thursday in a letter obtained by Fox News.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., wrote in his letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions that “in this instance, it’s clear that basic operating guidance was violated.”
Nunes cited the Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide (DIOG), which was created by the bureau and approved by the Justice Department, to say he believed the FBI violated procedures requiring verified and documented evidence in applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
An Oct. 2011 version of the operations guide states that the “accuracy of information contained within FISA applications is of utmost importance… Only documented and verified information may be used to support FBI applications to the court.”
The guidance also states that information in a FISA application must be “thoroughly vetted and confirmed…….
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