You Vote: Can the FBI still be trusted to do lawful FISA surveillance on Americans?
DOJ's watchdog founds widespread problems with FBI surveillance warrants. Weigh in on the issue.
April 1, 2020 - 2:05pm
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
The Justice Department inspector general has found widespread inaccuracies and rule violations in the FBI's submission of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants authorizing spying on Americans.
It turns out the problems went far beyond the Russia collusion investigation that targeted President Trump's campaign. An audit of 29 additional FISA warrants found each and every one had problems that violated the FBI's rules protecting civil liberties, including inaccuracies and unverified evidence.
Here's your chance to weigh in on the future of FISA surveillance by the FBI.
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