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The Justice Department may release a tranche of documents before the public gets a chance to see the DOJ inspector general's report on alleged government surveillance abuses.
The Hill's John Solomon told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday his sources are telling him that "important" records could be released sometime this month.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz sent a letter to four congressional committees on Friday notifying them that he had begun "finalizing our report by providing a draft of our factual findings to the Department and the FBI for classification determination and marking."
Horowitz noted that the report contained classified material, and that once he receives the draft back from DOJ and FBI, his office would prepare the report for release, "ensuring that appropriate reviews occur for accuracy and comment purposes."
originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: xuenchen
Let's wait until we actually know what it says. Don't jump the gun.