Attorney General William P. Barr has told associates he disagrees with the Justice Department's inspector general on one of the key findings in an upcoming report -- that the FBI had enough information in July 2016 to justify launching an investig
Special to Consortium News The Washington Post and other media outlets last week reported that a former FBI attorney allegedly altered a document related to the FBI's 2016 surveillance of Carter Page, a Trump campaign adviser.
...Executive 'Suicide' Before FBI Questioned Him
The Justice Department's inspector general this month reprimanded the FBI for the manner in which it recruits and supervises its "confidential human sources."
FBI says Black Friday gun purchase background check numbers are second-largest single day in program history
Key Points FBI officials concerned that FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith's tampered and altered documents to obtain Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Warrant will put into question all the evidence gathered to obtain the warrant.
Cabinet departments and government agencies are not very good at investigating themselves. Attorney General Barr's job is to protect his department.
FBI officials concerned that FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith's tampered and altered documents to obtain Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Warrant will put into question all the evidence gathered to obtain the warrant.
FBI Lawyer Who Sent Anti-Trump 'Resistance' Text Message Also Altered Russia Probe Documents: Report
The New York Times has revealed that the "low-level lawyer" under criminal investigation for allegedly doctoring materials used to obtain renewals of the Carter Page surveillance warrant is Kevin Clinesmith - who worked on both the Hillary Clinton e
Justice Department prosecutor U.S. Attorney John Durham is questioning personnel connected to the Pentagon's Office of Net Assessment, which awarded multiple contracts to FBI informant Stephan Halper.
Update 2: The Washington Post claims that "Horowitz found that the employee erroneously indicated he had documentation to back up a claim he had made in discussions with the Justice Department about the factual basis for the application.