FIS Court Reveals DoJ Admits Two FISA Warrant’s Lacked Valid Predication

Or Department of Justice admits what was painfully obvious to those of us who have been tracking this travestry.

DOJ Admits Two FISA Applications Lacked Cause – FISA Court Requests Information on Consequences: What Other Prosecutions Relied on the Invalid Warrants?…

By sundnace, the Conservative Treehouse

An interesting ruling, brief and order from the FISA Court ([new presiding] Judge Boasberg) released today [pdf here] reflects an admission by the DOJ the 2nd and 3rd FISA renewal[s] against U.S. person Carter Page were invalid.

The “DOJ assesses that with respect to the applications in [April and June 2017] “if not earlier, there was insufficient predication to establish probable cause to believe that [Carter]Page was acting as an agent of a foreign power.””

One must wonder what sanctions the Court will impose, and what concluded or ongoing criminal proceedings will have to be re-examined.

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