At a recent House hearing, Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colorado) questioned FBI Director Christopher Wray about the government’s illegal hacking into the computer of investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson. The Attkisson case was first announced by CBS News in August of 2013. Read the CBS announcement Since that time, the Department of Justice has declined to hold […]
It’s going on seven years since CBS News first announced the remote intrusions into my CBS computers. With multiple independent forensic exams confirming the government’s role in the surveillance, and with an admission from a former agent involved in the surveillance operation, the Justice Department is still protecting the guilty parties rather than hold them […]
The following is an announcement from the office of Sen. Ron Johnson Johnson Follows Up on Unanswered Questions from Reporter’s Lawsuit Regarding Obama Administration’s DOJ Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson refiled lawsuit Wednesday after CBS confirmed that her devices had been “accessed and compromised” in 2013 WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), chairman of the Senate […]
Attorney and former FBI Unit Chief Les Szwajkowski confirms he facilitated forensic exam that revealed government surveillance spyware in Attkisson’s computer As part of a new lawsuit, Attkisson v. Rosenstein et.al., former FBI Unit Chief Les Szwajkowski has signed a sworn Affidavit confirming the government intrusion into journalist Sharyl Attkisson’s computers. Read: Former government agent […]
The following is an excerpt of my latest article in The Hill. Six ways we were blinded to screaming red flags about government surveillance By Sharyl Attkisson The secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court has given the FBI until Jan. 10 to address abuses and lapses identified by the Department of Justice inspector general […]
The secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) has finally weighed in on FBI misconduct and abuses. The court issued an order today titled: “Accuracy concerns regarding FBI matters submitted to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.” It gives the FBI until January 10 to explain how it will rectify the sorts of errors committed in wiretapping […]
Comey says he was wrong in numerous public statements about the FBI’s surveillance of Trump campaign associate Carter Page, but says it’s “nonsense” that the errors were committed in an FBI effort to unseat Trump.