Spygate review multifaceted

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DOJ investigating 'non-governmental organizations and individuals' as part of 'broad' probe into surveillance abuses
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Christopher Steele reportedly agrees to be questioned by the FBI about the anti-Trump dossier
Former Clinton pollster Mark Penn says anyone who reads the dossier will know what a 'joke' it was.

As part of its ongoing "multifaceted" and "broad" review into potential misconduct by U.S. intelligence agencies during the 2016 presidential campaign, the Justice Department revealed Monday it is also investigating the activities of several "non-governmental organizations and individuals."

Additionally, the DOJ announced that the probe, let by Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham, was looking into the involvement of "foreign intelligence services." Former Trump aide George Papadopoulos told Fox News last month that an informant who was likely "CIA and affiliated with Turkish intel" had posed as a Cambridge University research assistant in September 2016 and tried to "seduce him" to obtain information linking the Trump team to Russia.DOJ investigating 'non-governmental organizations and individuals' as part of 'broad' probe into surveillance abuses
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According to Barr, his investigation into the investigators will be “broad in scope and multifaceted.” He going to look into not just U.S. intelligence agencies, but foreign services as well, presumably so that he can condemn Australia and the U.K. for mentioning to U.S. officials that Trump advisers were sounding all the sleeping-with-the-enemy alarm bells. Barr says he’s also looking into “non-governmental organizations and individuals.” What that means isn’t clear, other than that no one is safe.

Everything concerning the origins of the counterintelligence investigation is up for grabs. Not only does Barr have a team under U.S. attorney John Durham dedicated to the task of making sure everything was done “to the satisfaction of the attorney general”; not only is the inspector general conducting a separate investigation; but Barr himself is also moving forward with the unprecedented power bestowed upon him by Trump to reveal all or part of any classified document.

Barr has already made it clear that he considers Robert Mueller nothing more than an underling whose opinions deserve no respect. And as of Trump’s May 24 memo to the intelligence community, everyone in Washington can expect to receive the same treatment—because everyone now works for Barr.

As the letter to Nadler makes clear, everyone in every department that ever touched a “Top Secret” stamp now answers to William Barr.

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Trump can say no to Congress all day. He can hide documents. He can order witnesses not to testify. No one is allowed to say no to Barr. Or to check his work.

more here: William Barr's investigation into the investigators is going everywhere, about everything

This is how dictators operate jenniel.
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