Mueller Memos Part 4: FBI documents that congress had to fight to get
19 Jan 2020 — #SpyGate
BuzzFeed News sued the US government under the Freedom of Information Act for the right to see all the work that Robert Mueller’s team kept secret. Today we are publishing the fourth installment of the FBI’s summaries of interviews with key witnesses.
Included in this batch of documents released by the Justice Department are the 302's from FBI interviews taken in 2017 of George Papadopoulos and Carter Page, who were two of the original targets of Crossfire Hurricane.
TheJustice Department has released 176 more pages of notes from major witness interviews during former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, including interviews with George Papadopoulos, Carter Page and Paul Manafort. https://t.co/nWdMLtl415— SeriouslyUS? (@USseriously) January 18, 2020
Lawsuit...they say— Dave Vee (@Vlabsllc) January 18, 2020
Great Idea..says I
The government is releasing FBI interview notes as part of a lawsuit BuzzFeed and CNN filed.
FBI Interview Notes With Page And Papadopoulos Are Releasedhttps://t.co/xWFKCGdiLa
IG Horowitz Edits FISA Abuse Report to Cover-Up Discrepancy About FIB’s Use of Spies Into Trump’s Campaign— RussVet1 (@RussVet1) January 19, 2020
Edited version of Horowitz’s report, the Crossfire Hurricane team used spying on Carter Page and Papadopoulos during and after the Trump campaign.https://t.co/fwDEAaj5sm