Post by Shep on May 27, 2017 13:26:59 GMT
FBI Raid Huma family home
Jun 4, 2017 - FBI Raid Huma Abedin Brother and Sisters Home.
On June 1, 2017 a raid took place in a home in Dearborn, Michigan which is owned by Huma Abedin’s brother and sister. This shell company is the Journal of Muslim Affairs. Huma worked as an Assistant Editor for this company at one time.
24 hours after the Weiner’s moved back into their home the Raid in Dearborn took place. It is assumed that when Huma left during Hillary’s campaign last summer, she made that secret trip to Dearborn to hide the archived copies of the missing emails. Events now are falling into place.
This is HUGE!
LAWSUIT against Comey FIB had evidence of a HUGE breach
Jun 8, 2017 - James Comey's FBI had evidence of a breach larger than Snowden - and hid it. Former U.S. intelligence contractor Dennis Montgomery walked away with 600 million classified documents on 47 hard drives from the National Security Agency and the CIA.
Now he is suing Comey and others for covering up evidence he provided them showing widespread spying on Americans violated civil liberties. The suit was assigned to the same federal judge who ruled that some of the NSA's collection of data on Americans violates the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment.
Comey buried all this evidence! The 47 hard drives were in Comey’s possession when he was fired, now they are in the hands of A.G. Sessions and President Trump. THAT is why Comey HAD to be gone when he was fired. Apparently nothing was done during the long time he had that information.
Ima gonna vomit ........
Montgomery sues Comey - GOOD!!!
Jun 6, 2017 circa - THIS is the biggest story of 2017.
Ex-intel contractor Dennis Montgomery sues FIB James Comey for covering up mass civil liberties violations. Former U.S. intelligence contractor Dennis Montgomery has sued fired FBI Director James Comey and other current and ex-government officials, because the bureau has covered up evidence provided to agents showing widespread illegal spying on Americans.
The suit, filed late Monday night by Dennis Montgomery, was assigned to the same federal judge who has already ruled that some of the National Security Agency’s collection of data on Americans violates the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment, setting up an intriguing legal proceeding in the nation’s capital this summer.
Documents obtained by Circa outside of the lawsuit show that the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington in 2015 approved a grant of limited immunity for Montgomery so he could explain how he managed to walk out of his contract work for several U.S. intelligence agencies with 47 hard drives of highly classified documents -- a security breach potentially larger than Edward Snowden’s leak.
The documents show FBI agents interviewed Montgomery on videotape for several hours and collected the 47 hard drives.
The FBI, on Defendant Comey’s orders, buried the FBI’s investigation because the FBI itself is involved in an ongoing conspiracy to not only conduct the aforementioned illegal, unconstitutional surveillance, but to cover it up as well.
FBI Dennis Montgomery