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  • Justice Department believes it should have ended surveillance of Trump adviser earlier

    Justice Department believes it should have ended surveillance of Trump adviser earlier

    The Justice Department now believes it should have discontinued its secret surveillance of one-time Trump campaign adviser Carter Page far earlier than it did, according to a new court filing unsealed.

    H/T: WSJ

    The filing reveals that the government has concluded that two of the four FISA warrants used to spy on Carter Page were invalid, and it has yet to make a determination on the remaining two. According to the document, there was "insufficient predication to establish probable cause to believe that Page was acting as an agent of a foreign power," adding further that the court's authorizations "were not valid."

    The unsealed order also indicates that the FBI has agreed to sequester all collection, pending further review of the OIG report and related investigations.

    Scroll to the bottom of the page to read the entire declassified FISC order. For some great analysis, read the posts from Twitter user Techno Fog below.

    Read the declassified FISC order below.

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