(Worthy News) - The Justice Department released the heavily redacted notes from a dozen FBI interviews with Bruce Ohr, the DOJ official who met with dossier author Christopher Steele numerous times, including after the bureau cut the former MI6 agent off as a source because of improper leaks to the media.
Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group based in Washington, D.C., obtained 34 pages of the FBI's notes, known as “302s," as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit after the agency declined to voluntarily hand over the requested materials. In court filings last week, DOJ attorneys said the department “decided to release the requested records in part to plaintiff.” [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]
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