Opinion: A Citizen Suing the Department of Justice Needs More than Just a Winning Argument

by Sharyl Attkisson via American Thinker

As I fight on with my computer intrusion lawsuit against the U.S. government, it seems to intersect more clearly with current events every day. And it points to an even larger story.

How widespread is improper government surveillance of journalists, politicians and other U.S. citizens in the name of the fight against terrorism? A few of us found out we were targeted only because we were lucky enough to be alerted by inside sources or other unique ways. How many others were targeted, monitored and watched by government officials but still have no idea it happened?

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3 thoughts on “Opinion: A Citizen Suing the Department of Justice Needs More than Just a Winning Argument”

  1. Jeffery Wayne Tartt

    Sharyl, thanks for the update and the info on the cost for you to fight for your Rights and Justice. Funny how you have been dealing with YOUR Case for 4 + YEARS while Mueller and his team of… we’ll just leave that blank for now. Anyway, while Mueller seems to be able to investigate and prosecute those involved in just being an American Citizen in just a couple of years. I know you’re in the fight of your life. My family and I will do everything we can do to help out. I truly believe we have the most corrupt system the world has never seen. I just pray we can somehow change that and expose it to everyone, and we can have “Equal Justice Under the Law”.

  2. Sheryl, thank you for giving us unbiased news. Your shows content reminds me of what news used to be. It’s a shame that the news media’s has gone so crazy. Used to watch morning shows and the evening news, now all I watch is the local news. I read items online, but the minute they start giving me their opinion I stop reading the article. You wonder why the American people have turned into angry citizens, turn on the news.

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