Mueller to explain fisa abuses

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So you don't know either how FISA warrants are issued? I will help you out


Under FISA practice, the first set of interactions often take place at the staff level. The Court’s legal staff frequently interacts with the government in various ways in the context of examining the legal sufficiency of applications before they are presented in final form to a judge. Indeed, in the process of reviewing the government’s applications and submissions in order to provide advice to the judge, the legal staff interact with the government on a daily basis. These daily interactions typically consist of secure telephone conversations in which legal staff ask the government questions about the legal and factual elements of applications or submissions. These questions may originate with legal staff after an initial review of an application or submission, or they may come from a judge.

At the direction of the Presiding Judge or the judge assigned to a matter, Court legal staff sometimes meet with the government in connection with applications and submissions. The Court typically requests such meetings when a proposed application or submission presents a special legal or factual concern about which the Court would like additional information (e.g., a novel use of technology or a request to use a new surveillance or search technique). The frequency of such meetings varies depending on the Court’s assessment of its need for additional information in matters before it and the most conducive means to obtain that information. Court legal staff may meet with the government as often as 2-3 times a week, or as few as 1-2 times a month, in connection with the various matters pending before the Court.

additional facts to justify the government’s belief that its application meets the legal requirements for the type of authority it is seeking (e.g., in the case of electronic surveillance, that might include additional information to justify the government’s belief that a target of surveillance is a foreign power or an agent of a foreign power . . . or that the target is using or about to use a particular facility . . .; additional facts about how the government intends to implement statutorily required minimization procedures . . .; additional information about the government’s prior implementation of a Court order, particularly if the government has previously failed to comply fully with a Court order; or additional information about novel issues of technology or law.

How the FISA Court Really Works

In addition, about 60 to 70 pages of legal documents have to be submitted to the FISA court.
How things are supposed to work and how they actually do are sometimes not the same. Just as prosecutions go. Sometimes they follow the rules and sometimes people like Wissemann break the rules.
 
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So you don't know either how FISA warrants are issued? I will help you out


Under FISA practice, the first set of interactions often take place at the staff level. The Court’s legal staff frequently interacts with the government in various ways in the context of examining the legal sufficiency of applications before they are presented in final form to a judge. Indeed, in the process of reviewing the government’s applications and submissions in order to provide advice to the judge, the legal staff interact with the government on a daily basis. These daily interactions typically consist of secure telephone conversations in which legal staff ask the government questions about the legal and factual elements of applications or submissions. These questions may originate with legal staff after an initial review of an application or submission, or they may come from a judge.

At the direction of the Presiding Judge or the judge assigned to a matter, Court legal staff sometimes meet with the government in connection with applications and submissions. The Court typically requests such meetings when a proposed application or submission presents a special legal or factual concern about which the Court would like additional information (e.g., a novel use of technology or a request to use a new surveillance or search technique). The frequency of such meetings varies depending on the Court’s assessment of its need for additional information in matters before it and the most conducive means to obtain that information. Court legal staff may meet with the government as often as 2-3 times a week, or as few as 1-2 times a month, in connection with the various matters pending before the Court.

additional facts to justify the government’s belief that its application meets the legal requirements for the type of authority it is seeking (e.g., in the case of electronic surveillance, that might include additional information to justify the government’s belief that a target of surveillance is a foreign power or an agent of a foreign power . . . or that the target is using or about to use a particular facility . . .; additional facts about how the government intends to implement statutorily required minimization procedures . . .; additional information about the government’s prior implementation of a Court order, particularly if the government has previously failed to comply fully with a Court order; or additional information about novel issues of technology or law.

How the FISA Court Really Works

In addition, about 60 to 70 pages of legal documents have to be submitted to the FISA court.
They obviously did not follow the rules...What the Carter Page FISA Warrant Reveals About the Trump-Russia Investigation
 
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How things are supposed to work and how they actually do are sometimes not the same. Just as prosecutions go. Sometimes they follow the rules and sometimes people like Wissemann break the rules.
Love the fact HAYJENN is quoing the rules and how they should work. We all can read those rules, but they, unfortunately did not follow the rules. And it is obvious after reading my initial article on this, Mueller did not follow them in the past.
 
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FAKE NEWS!


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Love the fact HAYJENN is quoing the rules and how they should work. We all can read those rules, but they, unfortunately did not follow the rules. And it is obvious after reading my initial article on this, Mueller did not follow them in the past.
ummm....on this forum we don't question moderation.
 
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NOT fake news...

AP fact check: Trump mischaracterizes FBI documents on Carter Page wiretap

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is mischaracterizing newly released FBI documents on the agency’s wiretapping of Carter Page, a onetime campaign adviser. Among his false claims is that the FBI relied on a politically tainted source and withheld that aspect from the court. The documents, available online after media outlets sued for their release, actually suggest the opposite.

Here’s a look at how Trump’s tweets Monday run counter to the truth:

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TRUMP: “Carter Page wasn’t a spy, wasn’t an agent of the Russians – he would have cooperated with the FBI. It was a fraud and a hoax designed to target Trump.”

THE FACTS: Trump is quoting conservative activist Tom Fitton, who appeared on Fox News early Monday. But this assertion flatly contradicts the FBI’s characterization of Page as “an agent of a foreign power.”


According to the FBI, Page “has been the subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian Government.”
Page denied this description over the weekend. However, according to the FBI, Page “has been the subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian Government” and Russia’s goal was “to undermine and improperly and illegally influence the 2016 U.S. Presidential election.”

The documents state “the FBI believes that the Russian Government’s efforts are being coordinated with Page and perhaps other individuals associated with” Trump’s campaign.

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TRUMP, on how he thinks the FBI persuaded a court to approve a wiretap of Page: “Source #1 was the major source. Avoided talking about it being the Clinton campaign behind it. Misled the Court to provide a pretext to SPY on the Trump Team. Not about Carter Page..was all about getting Trump…..”

THE FACTS: Again, Trump appears to be quoting Fitton. And again, the claims directly contradict findings by the FBI and what was known previously about the Russia probe.

“Source #1” is widely believed to refer to Christopher Steele, a former British spy with extensive Russia connections. As a private consultant, Steele was hired to investigate Trump’s ties to Russia as part of opposition research funded by Democrats.
 
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Love the fact HAYJENN is quoing the rules and how they should work. We all can read those rules, but they, unfortunately did not follow the rules. And it is obvious after reading my initial article on this, Mueller did not follow them in the past.
Hey new girl.....you just joined here last month! Already fighting with the mods? Why?

I don't respect new kids that jump on this site and pretend to tell everyone how this place works.
 

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