Check out this brief update in my lawsuit against the Dept. of Justice and FBI for the government’s computer intrusions.
The following is a commentary I couldn’t be more grateful by the response to the Attkisson 4th Amendment Litigation Fund! We are closing in on 1/3 of the goal set by organizers of the fund to assist in my lawsuit over the government’s computer intrusions: Attkisson v. DOJ and FBI. These comments reflect the top […]
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 […]
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Note: Since this report first aired on Full Measure, the Justice Department allowed Imran Awan to avoid jail time by entering a guilty plea to making a false statement on a loan application. The agency did not pursue charges related to the Inspector General’s findings or the original FBI indictment including improper or unauthorized access […]
It’s July 2014 and one member of my team, Don Allison of KoreLogic, has been working on my computer puzzles for more than a year. I’ve come to understand why he came so highly recommended. The work has been difficult and tedious. But there’s no great hurry. Patience must be exercised. His task has been […]
Above image: Dept. of Justice building in Washington DC | THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT IG When the two agents from the Department of Justice Inspector Gen- eral’s office pull into my driveway, on January 15, 2014, I try to size them up. White guys, nice looking, early forties, impeccable dark suits, colorful ties. No rumpled collars here. […]