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    Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report will reveal that significant evidence was withheld from the court in the FBI’s Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act application to gather communications on a short term volunteer for President Donald Trump’s campaign, according to sources familiar with the report.

    The sources noted that Horowitz’s report will reveal that the FBI misled the court when they applied for the application and its findings contradict a past report submitted by now Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff that there was no abuse by the FBI in regard to the FISA.

    Further, the revelations may lead Horowitz to spin off on a new investigation into whether or not the FBI is following its Woods procedure as required. The procedures stipulate that every fact must be vetted before a warrant is submitted to the secret court to spy on an American.

    “There were omissions of evidence,” said one source. “There are significant problems discovered by Horowitz in his investigation. If Attorney General William Barr wants, he can actually withdraw the FISA as a symbolic motion, if he does not believe it’s valid.”

     
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    Reading the report...

    "As we describe in Chapter Three, the FBI opened Crossfire Hurricane on July 31, 2016, just days after its receipt of information from a Friendly Foreign Government (FFG) reporting that, in May 2016, during a meeting with the FFG, then Trump campaign foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos "suggested the Trump team had received some kind of suggestion from Russia that it could assist this process with the anonymous release of information during the campaign that would be damaging to Mrs. Clinton (and President Obama)."

    That's it? That's all it takes to justify opening Crossfire Hurricane? A Friendly Foreign Government reported Trump's advisor suggested he received a suggestion? Friendly to who?

    "We did not find information in FBI or Department ECs, emails, or other documents, or through witness testimony, indicating that any information other than the FFG information was relied upon to predicate the opening of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation."
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