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originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
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wanting other Americans to be arrested and locked up for their political beliefs..
originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: dashen
Sure, the victims came forward. Clinton being president would not have changed that and Q had nothing to do with it.
originally posted by: pavil
It will play out one way or the other. You know how this works. One of our sides is right on their assumptions.
Why was Barr in Italy, if you don't mind me asking?
Estimated 4-6% we consider ‘hopeless' and forever brainwashed.
Today the ODNI, in consultation with the Department of Justice, is releasing documents, in redacted form, related to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) approval of the 2018 Certifications under Section 702 the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). Initially, the FISC approved most aspects of the 2018 Certifications but found that certain parts of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) procedures concerning the querying of United States persons were not sufficient. The Government appealed this decision to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review (FISC-R), which affirmed the FISC’s decision in part. The Government subsequently submitted amended FBI querying procedures to address the issues, and the FISC found that the amended procedures were sufficient.
In addition to releasing the FISC and FISC-R opinions and to provide greater transparency to the public, we are also releasing all the targeting, minimization, and querying procedures related to the 2018 Certifications. Links to these documents, along with descriptions on the court decisions and background information on Section 702, are provided below. The documents are also posted in full-text searchable format on Intel.gov.
The FBI's use of electronic surveillance tools violated the constitutional privacy rights of Americans whose communications were swept up in a controversial foreign intelligence program, according to a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
The ruling, made last year, was disclosed on Tuesday.