Hear more about the former government agent who admits to illegally spying on me and my family-- and other innocent U.S. citizens.
Our efforts continue to hold the government agents accountable for their confirmed spying on my professional and personal computers while I worked at CBS News. There's still time to support Attkisson v. DOJ and FBI for the government's computer intrusions. We have received additional promising information as a result of our whistleblower award offer and […]
I continue to be extremely grateful for the support of thousands of you in my pursuit of justice over the government intrusions of my computers while I was an investigative reporter at CBS News. As many of you know, the Department of Justice will not investigate its own, forcing me to self-fund my fight for […]
Because the Department of Justice will not hold "its own" accountable for the forensically proven government intrusions into my computers, I am forced to self-fund my own fight for justice in court. It's an uphill battle -- but an important one because it has implications for all U.S. citizens who are victims of government surveillance […]
Reward: Up to $50,000 Many of you are familiar with the forensically-proven Government spying on me and my family. It’s one of multiple documented surveillance abuses by our Government. Details on Attkisson v. DOJ and FBI here. Unfortunately, the Department of Justice refuses to act on the forensic evidence, investigate its own, and punish those […]
It was bad enough when the Department of Justice under Attorney General Eric Holder engaged in spying on journalist James Rosen (and even spied on his parents' phone records). And the same cast of characters secretly spied on Associated Press reporters -- also in the name of tracking down government leakers. Amid those discoveries were […]
Under ordinary circumstances, the Department of Justice would investigate and prosecute a case against those responsible for an unlawful intrusion into a national journalist's computers and work. So why is the Department of Justice is fighting so hard against the Attkisson computer intrusion case -- instead of providing justice? See a video update below. Read […]