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Attorney General Sessions arrived at the Department of Justice in 2017 with a mandate from President Trump to implement a law-and-order agenda and promote the rule of law.
The Attorney General brought clear plans about what he wanted to accomplish. First, hire men and women of character and integrity, who will diligently implement the Administration’s law-and-order mandate while advancing all of the Justice Department’s important work.
As President Trump explained, “we govern ourselves in accordance with the rule of law rather [than] … the whims of an elite few or the dictates of collective will. Through law, we … ensure liberty.” The point is that we achieve justice through a legal process that seeks objective truth based upon credible evidence.
Attorney General Sessions emphasized that we do “not represent any narrow interest or any subset of the American people. We represent all of the American people and protect the integrity of our Constitution.”
Unsealed warrants for Michael Cohen show the new ways the FBI tracks its targets online
Why it matters: Court documents in the case against Michael Cohen show the FBI was authorized to use and collect almost every detail of his digital life. This includes his email accounts, address books, cookies, search history, GPS location, cloud file storage, and more.
Cohen, the former fixer and personal attorney for President Trump, has been convicted on several charges of fraud and lying to Congress. To obtain evidence for these convictions, the FBI surveilled almost every aspect of his digital life.
This week, almost 1,000 pages of search warrant applications were unsealed giving new details to what information the FBI had access to. They are available in eight separate exhibits: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, and Part 8. Some portions of the document are redacted, but they show that Mueller was watching Cohen more than a year before he was charged.
The case against Cohen was not just confined to the United States. Investigators in the Southern District of New York tried to obtain information on Cohen from Google, but this request was initially denied since some of the data was stored on overseas servers.
During the investigation, the CLOUD Actwas passed which allowed such overseas data to be obtained in some scenarios. Law enforcement officials went back to Google with an updated warrant and were able to obtain the information they wanted.
A newly unearthed batch of heavily redacted, classified emails from Hillary Clinton's personal email server revealed that the former secretary of state discussed establishing a "private, 100% off-the-record" back channel to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and that one of her top aides warned her that she was in "danger" of being "savaged by Jewish organizations, in the Jewish press and among the phalanx of neoconservative media" as a result of political machinations by "Bibi and the Jewish leadership."
originally posted by: UKWO1Phot
Isn't that 3rd image David Kelly from Iraq dossier fame?
"He discovered a method of capturing far superior to infrared, ultraviolet, black light, a video camera with TV without an antenna, etc. And that method I call ENERGIVISION . I use special lenses, ultrasensitive screens of his invention and above all sunlight. The images that he captures are of unknown origin. He explains that his theory is that they are images of other planes."