If you are expecting the FBI to open the books on its secret investigations, you are going to have a long, cold wait. That is according to Ron Hosko, former assistant director of the Criminal Investigative Division at FBI Headquarters. What goes on in the FISA court will remain in the court just as What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas. There are some very real reasons for this. Here is the rationale.
As Written and Reported By Robert Kraychik for Breitbart:
Public release of FISA applications submitted by the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) seeking warrants from the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to surveil Carter Page “is not going to happen,” Ron Hosko, former assistant director of the Criminal Investigative Division at FBI Headquarters, said during an interview Friday on Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Tonight with Senior Editor-at-Large Rebecca Mansour.
Americans should not expect to see FISA applications submitted before the FISC by federal officials seeking warrants for surveillance operations, said Hosko.
“FISA collection, FISA investigate activity is a secret process,” said Hosko. “We’re talking about a secret information, so any of this that touches secret is secret and becomes secret. It’s not going to get released for the public to examine. It’s just not going to happen that way. It’s not going to happen that way on this case. We’re not going to open up all the FBI secret investigations for public examinations to see if they’re done the right thing.”
Hosko repeated his prediction that FISA applications submitted by the FBI and DOJ in pursuit of surveillance warrants for Carter Page will never see public release.
“What went before the FISA judge?” asked Hosko. “I think we’re going to hear, perhaps, …….
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