One of Robert Mueller's top prosecutors when Mueller was special counsel is underwhelmed by the advice former Obama administration lawyer David Kris gave on reforming the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act process.
H/T: Washington Examiner
According to Fox News, during a discussion on the FISA process at NYU Law School, Weissmann agreed with David Kris that Wray’s proposals were lacking but then took it a step further saying even Kris’ suggestions were not sufficient.
“I think that David is a really great lawyer,” Weissmann said, but added, “I was a little disappointed. I didn’t think it went far enough.”
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