Dec 26, 2017 by C. Mitchell Shaw The ongoing witch hunt of Trump/Russia collusion just took an interesting turn. A group of Republicans in the House of Representatives — frustrated with the Justice Department’s refusal to explain its use of the now-discredited Trump “dossier” — has spent the past few weeks quietly investigating the Department … More House Probe Looks Into Corruption, Criminal Behavior at FBI, DOJ
Nov 2, 2017 by C. Mitchell Shaw When investigators raided and searched the home of one-time Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort in July, they seized enough evidence to convince a grand jury last week to indict Manafort on a laundry list of charges. But it appears that at least some of the things seized in … More Did Mueller’s Search of Manafort’s Home Violate the Fourth Amendment?
June 27, 2017 by Bob Adelmann The mainstream media, alerted to a Tweet President Trump sent early Wednesday morning indicating that he would nominate high-profile litigator Christopher Wray as FBI director, scrambled to find something negative to say about the choice. The best the New York Times could come up with was that he is … More Trump Picks Wray to Head FBI; Mainstream Media Say It’s Smokescreen for Comey Hearing
C. Mitchell Shaw Those who attack privacy usually do so while citing their two favorite beasts of burden: children and terrorists. A recent case coming out of Best Buy’s Geek Squad City facility in Brooks, Kentucky, demonstrates the typical “it’s to protect the children” approach to attacking privacy. While it is normal for computer … More FBI Informants Inside Geek Squad May Have Compromised Child Porn Case
Mar 24, 2017 by Alex Newman Former President Barack Hussein Obama and some of his top officials may be in serious trouble, analysts suggested, as it appears increasingly likely that they played a key role in illegal surveillance of Donald Trump and his team for the apparent purpose of sabotaging his presidency. But despite Democrat … More Obama Was Almost Certainly Illegally Spying on Team Trump
Those faithless representatives have created a monster that has now turned on us Privacy no longer a citizen right, according to FBI’s Comey Mar 9, 2017 By Judi McLeod FBI head honcho James Comey behaves just as one might expect a 2013 President Barack Obama-appointed FBI director to behave. He conducts himself with a confidence … More VIDEO Privacy no longer a citizen right, according to FBI’s Comey
Nov 2, 2016 by C. Mitchell Shaw With the FBI reopening the investigation of Hillary Clinton for crimes related to sending and receiving classified information over her unsecured private e-mail server, her campaign is looking at a rough last few days of the race. Now, there appears to be evidence that — even though the … More Will Another Previously Killed Clinton Investigation Be Revived?
Oct 20, 2016 by Bob Adelmann On Monday retired Marine General James Cartwright (shown on left) agreed to plead guilty to charges that he lied to the FBI during its investigation into leaks over the clandestine Stuxnet operation back in 2013. Stuxnet was a computer virus, or worm, that was designed to harm Iran’s … More Former Marine Corps General Pleads Guilty in Leaks Case
Sept 28, 2016 by Bob Adelmann Statistics from the FBI’s report Crime in the United States, 2015, released September 25, confirm previous reports that the long decline in violent crime has ended. Murders in the United States in 2015 rose by 10.8 percent over the previous year, dwarfing any increases seen over the last … More Murders Up Nearly 11% in 2015, Most in 20 Years
July 16, 2016 by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. Details of a new FBI program to collect iris scans reveals how state and local police are assisting the federal law enforcement agency to spread the dragnet of national government surveillance wider and wider. As part of its “pilot program” — which was floated by the FBI … More Local Law Enforcement Collecting Thousands of Iris Scans for FBI, Pentagon