Federal Bureau of Investigation

WEB Notes: This so called “judge” should be tarred and feathered. He is approving and condoning a crime. It is a crime to “spy” on someone and search them, their records, home and data without a warrant. (Fourth Amendment)

A federal judge has ruled that not only is it okay for the FBI to spy on journalists, but that it can withhold information about its rules for snooping on reporters without a warrant.

The Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) sued the Department of Justice in July 2015, two years after the Associated Press reported that the DOJ had seized two months’ worth of phone records of at least seven journalists ‒ and possibly more than 100 ‒ in an attempt to discover the source of a leak about a CIA operation that f

Source: FBI not obligated to share rules for spying on journalists, judge rules — RT America



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