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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Nunes Slams DOJ For "Obstruction" On FBI Spy Documents Related To Stefan Halper

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has accused the Department of Justice of "obstruction" and using "an array of tactics" to withhold key documents related to the FBI's use of a spy against the Trump campaign.

The spy in question is Stefan Halper, a 73-year-old Cambridge professor, former U.S. government official and longtime spook for the CIA and FBI - whose ex father-in-law was Ray Cline, former Deputy Director of the CIA.

Halper was outed as the FBI informant who infiltrated the Trump campaign to conduct espionage after the Washington Post and the New York Times ran reports that corroborated a March report by the Daily Caller. The Caller detailed Halper's outreach to several low-level aides to the Trump campaign, including Carter Page, George Papadopoulos, and a cup of coffee he had with campaign co-chair Sam Clovis.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...


In case DOJ isn't current on the law, we elect Congress and they pass laws and authorize hiring via the budget process, not the other way around.

Go get 'em, Congressman!

Anonymous said...

In case Congress isn't current on the law, the DOJ utilizes confidential informants in criminal investigations. These CI's are not subject to congressional interference or intrusion.