FBI To Reform Spy Court Applications In Wake Of OIG Report
Law360 (December 9, 2019, 4:38 PM EST) -- FBI Director Christopher Wray announced more stringent standards for agents seeking warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act on Monday after a Department of Justice watchdog report faulted agents for errors in their bid to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said the agency plans to shore up its Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant application process after a watchdog said agents "fell far short" of accuracy requirements in seeking to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. (AP)
The DOJ's Office of Inspector General report came after the watchdog conducted a 20-month review of the FBI's...
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