Page 1 of 13 12311 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 123

Thread: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official Says

  1. #1
    Sage

    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Last Seen
    05-16-15 @ 02:32 PM
    Lean
    Undisclosed
    Posts
    12,537

    NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official Says

    nbc today:

    Attorney General Eric Holder signed off on a controversial search warrant that identified Fox News reporter James Rosen as a “possible co-conspirator” in violations of the Espionage Act and authorized seizure of his private emails, a law enforcement official told NBC News on Thursday.

    The disclosure of the attorney general’s role came as President Barack Obama, in a major speech on his counterterrorism policy, said Holder had agreed to review Justice Department guidelines governing investigations that involve journalists.

    "I am troubled by the possibility that leak investigations may chill the investigative journalism that holds government accountable," Obama said. "Journalists should not be at legal risk for doing their jobs."

    [The affidavit] also said that Google was specifically instructed not to notify “the subscriber” -- Rosen -- that his emails were being seized.

    In new documents disclosed Thursday, the Justice Department sought and obtained approval to keep the search warrant, which was approved by a federal magistrate, under seal. It was unsealed in November 2011, but never made a part of the docket of Kim’s case and went unnoticed until this week.

    "The Justice Department's decision to treat routine newsgathering efforts as evidence of criminality is extremely troubling and corrodes time-honored understandings between the public and the government about the role of the free press," said Bruce Brown, executive director of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.

    In his speech Thursday, Obama reiterated his determination to pursue leak investigations. "We must enforce consequences for those who break the law and breach their commitment to protect classified information," he said.

    But, he said, "Our focus must be on those who break the law," not journalists."
    Holder OK'd search warrant for Fox News reporter's private emails, official says - NBC

    the district judge, royce lamberth, fyi, apologized yesterday for keeping the search warrant under seal 18 months after his superior ordered it published, until the washington post pried it out into the open just this week

    Judge apologizes for lack of transparency in leak probe - The Washington Post

    holder testified last friday in house judiciary that he had recused himself from the sweep of the ap's telephones

    but he can't say when he recused himself, and he is forced to concede when confronted by chairman bob goolatte that he never put his recusal in writing, despite "best practices"

    "as i think about it, that actually might be a better policy to have," he awkwardly acknowledged

    Eric Holder gets grilled on the Hill - Josh Gerstein and Jennifer Epstein - POLITICO

    the ignorant ag is also unable to say exactly how many other cases of spying on the media are out there

    Holder Isn't Sure How Often Reporters' Records Are Seized : The Two-Way : NPR

    too many to keep track of, eric?

    the outrage is ear splitting

    a 52 member media coalition sent holder a 4 page letter objecting to his trashing of the first amendment, the body of which missive lays out point by point the dept's violations of its own manual for collecting phone records:

    The nation’s news media were stunned to learn yesterday of the Departmentof Justice’s broad subpoena of telephone records belonging to The Associated Press. In the thirty years since the Department issued guidelines governing its subpoena practice as it relates to phone records from journalists, none of us can remember an instance where such an overreaching dragnet for newsgathering materials was deployed by the Department, particularly without notice to the affected reporters or an opportunity to seek judicial review. The scope of this action calls into question the very integrity of Department of Justice policies toward the press and its ability to balance, on its own, its police powers against the First Amendment rights of the news media and the public’s interest in reporting on all manner of government conduct, including matters touching on national security which lie at the heart of this case.

    And finally, the Department should announce whether it has served any other pending news media-related subpoenas that have not yet been disclosed.
    Media coalition letter of protest to Attorney General Eric Holder - The Washington Post

    ap president pruitt is peeved:

    "There can be no possible justification for such an overbroad collection of the telephone communications of The Associated Press and its reporters. These records potentially reveal communications with confidential sources across all of the newsgathering activities undertaken by the AP during a two-month period, provide a road map to AP's newsgathering operations and disclose information about AP's activities and operations that the government has no conceivable right to know," Pruitt said.
    Gov't obtains wide AP phone records in probe

    and a few days later:

    "Their rules require them to come to us first," Pruitt said on CBS's "Face the Nation." But instead of trying to work with the AP, the Justice Department claimed an exception that informing the news organization would have posed a substantial threat to their investigation. The Justice Department sought phone records for 21 AP phone lines that were used by approximately 100 journalists over the course of two months, he said.

    "We can't understand why," Pruitt said, since the records came from an outside business and couldn't have been tampered with.

    Pruitt said that the message being sent is that if officials talk to the press they are going to be sought out and monitored by the government.

    "It will hurt journalism," Pruitt said. "We are already seeing some impact."
    Pruitt: DOJ subpoenas unconstitutional - POLITICO.com

    ranking member (judiciary) john conyers: “i am deeply troubled by the notion that our government would secretly pursue such a broad array of media phone records over such a long period of time”

    zoe lofgren from san jose, 20 year member of pelosi's bay area block: "it seems to me clear that the actions of the department have, in fact, impaired the first amendment, reporters who might have previously believed that a confidential source would speak to them will no longer have that level of confidence because those confidential sources are now going to be chilled in their relationship with the press”

    the reliable lib from the south bay continued: “it seems to me the damage done to a free press is substantial and will continue until corrective action is taken, i think this is a very serious matter that concerns all of us, no matter your party affiliation”

    chair of senate judiciary patrick leaky leahy: "the burden is always on the government when they go after private information, especially information regarding the press or its confidential sources, on the face of it, i am concerned that the government may not have met that burden, i am very troubled by these allegations and want to hear the government's explanation"

    chuck todd: “it’s chilling and they owe us an explanation, this is intimidation and that’s what it feels and looks like, and unless they have a different explanation there is no other conclusion to draw than this is a way to intimidate whistleblowers”

    carl bernstein: “it is outrageous, totally inexcusable, this administration has been terrible on this subject from the beginning, the object of it is to intimidate people who talk to reporters, this was an accident waiting to become a nuclear event and now it’s happened, there’s no excuse for it whatsoever, there’s no reason for this investigation, especially on this scale”

    robert gibbs: "right now, we’ve sort of been struck by the fact that nobody’s explained why you needed such a broad subpoena, why so many people’s records were subpoenaed, i know it’s difficult in the middle of an investigation but i think, quite frankly, it’s something that’s sort of largely owed to the american people"

    Gibbs: Obama Admin Must Explain AP Investigation To The American People | RealClearPolitics

    dana milbank: "as flagrant an assault on civil liberties as anything done by george w. bush’s administration, to silence critics in a way richard nixon could only have dreamed of, to treat a reporter as a criminal for doing his job deprives americans of the first amendment freedom on which all other constitutional rights are based, the administration's actions shatter the president's credibility and discourage allies who would otherwise defend the administration, who knows what else this crowd is capable of doing, we're learning just how abusive a justice dept can be"

    Dana Milbank: In AP, Rosen investigations, government makes criminals of reporters - The Washington Post

    nyt editorial board: "the obama administration has moved beyond protecting govt secrets to threatening fundamental freedoms of the press to gather news, certainly not grounds for a conspiracy charge, treating routine news-gathering efforts as evidence of ciminality is extremely troubling and corrodes time-honored understandings between the public and the govt about the role of a free pass, the rosen case follows other signs the administration has gone overboard, accusing a reporter of being a co-conspirator on top of other zealous and secretive investigations shows a heavy tilt toward secrecy and insufficient concern about a free press"

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/22/op...ayspaper&_r=1&
    Last edited by The Prof; 05-23-13 at 11:20 PM.

  2. #2
    Sage

    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Last Seen
    05-16-15 @ 02:32 PM
    Lean
    Undisclosed
    Posts
    12,537

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official

    in other words, debatepolitics.com...

    IT'S THAT BAD

    pulitzer prize winner eugene robinson: "the obama administration has no business rummaging thru journalists' phone records, perusing their emails and tracking their movments in an attempt to keep them from gathering news, this heavy-handed business isn’t chilling, it’s just plain cold, it also may be unconstitutional, the unwarranted snooping would be troubling enough if it were an isolated incident but it is part of a pattern that threatens to redefine investigative reporting as criminal behavior, i have to wonder whether the administration’s real aim is to discourage potential leaks of not-so-rosy news in the future, if this had been the view of prior administrations bob woodward would be a lifer in some federal prison, the cell next door might be occupied by dana priest or the nyt's james risen and eric lichtblau, the president needs to understand that behavior commonly known as whistleblowing and journalism must not be construed as espionage"

    Eugene Robinson: Obama administration mistakes news for espionage - The Washington Post

    the national journal completely concurs:

    5 Ways Obama Can Restore the Public's Trust and Rescue His Presidency - NationalJournal.com

    al hunt, bloomberg's dc bureau chief and judy woodruff's husband, says fire holder:

    How Obama Can Rescue His Presidency From Scandals - Bloomberg

    david corn: “if a reporter asks a source who handles classified material for info does doj see that as a crime, the rosen case may be more important than ap”

    dem congressman henry cuellar, texas: "casing and chilling the press by doing that type of sweep, to me, as an attorney, i said, 'ew, that's worrisome,' they should have gone to a judge”

    dem jared polis from CO: "it needs to be targeted, they can't simply cast a broad net in a fishing expedition as it appears like they did in this case”

    charlie: "in terms of the constitutional rights of freedom of speech and reporters i think, in this particular case as long as it doesn't endanger the lives of any people, they ought to make a special effort to be more forthcoming in why they took this very unusual step to acquire telephone numbers”

    Tensions rise between press, Obama - The Hill - covering Congress, Politics, Political Campaigns and Capitol Hill | TheHill.com

    CHUCK TODD: So they want to criminalize journalism. And that's what it's coming down to. I mean, if you end up essentially criminalizing journalism or when it comes to reporting on the federal government, particularly on national security, and the only place they can, they think they technically can do that is on the issues of national security. What it's going to do is the impact that we’ve heard, we heard the AP counsel say this over the weekend. It is going to make whistleblowers, and people that might leak, regular sources. You know, I’ve had different conversations with people over the last week who are sitting there not quite comfortable having certain conversations on the phone. I mean, it just completely intimidates, and maybe that's the intent. I can't think of any other intent of why they’re going about this in such a broad harassing sort of way.
    Chuck Todd: Obama Administration Wants To Criminalize Journalism | RealClearPolitics

    JAKE TAPPER: In "The Politics Lead," a FOX News reporter is caught in the middle of what's being sarcastically called a conspiracy to commit journalism. Not only did the Justice Department label James Rosen a conspirator for soliciting information from a State Department contractor for a story, but FOX News is now reporting that the Department of Justice even seizedthe phone records of Rosen's parents and of at least five other phone lines associated with FOX News.

    Earlier this week, "The Washington Post" reported that the FBI sought and received a warrant to search Rosen's e-mail back in 2010 to find the source of a leak. Keep in mind, there's no allegation that James Rosen bribed, threatened, coerced anyone to get the information, which is what journalists do. We try to get information, especially information that the government doesn't want us to share with you.

    In an opinion piece,The New York Times, which is, of course, very supportive of President Obama, the editorial page accused the Obama administration of going overboard to find and muzzle insiders in the government, saying, quote, "Obama administration officials often talk about the balance between protecting secrets and protecting the constitutional rights of a free press. Accusing a reporter of being a conspirator, on top of other zealots and secretive investigations, shows a heavy tilt toward secrecy and insufficient concern about a free press," unquote.

    Now, I'm a journalist. Obviously I have a bias here. But even if you side with this president over those of us in the media who challenge him in his administration, it is important to remember the precedent these actions set going forward, perhaps when it's not your guy in the White House.
    Tapper On Obama Scandals: Remember The Precedent Set "When It's Not Your Guy In The White House" | RealClearPolitics

    so eric passes the buck

    Holder On AP Scandal: "I Was Not The Person Involved" | RealClearPolitics

    while carney blames the cia for the talking points and obama targets treasury for the irs imbroglio

    NBC: W.H. Blaming Treasury Dept. for IRS Scandal

    the buck never stops with this administration, there is no buck, obama already spent it

    except, today, your arrogant, ignorant attorney general got caught---holding it

    do you think obama should keep him around?
    Last edited by The Prof; 05-23-13 at 11:22 PM.

  3. #3
    Sage
    Fisher's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Last Seen
    12-06-13 @ 02:44 PM
    Gender
    Lean
    Very Liberal
    Posts
    17,002

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official

    At least they got the warrants so I guess we are progressing. Strange the press was never outraged when Bush was spying on everybody without even bothering with the warrants. Chickens, welcome home to the roost.

  4. #4
    Sage
    Perotista's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Location
    Georgia
    Last Seen
    Yesterday @ 09:32 PM
    Gender
    Lean
    Other
    Posts
    17,943
    Blog Entries
    25

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    nbc today:



    Holder OK'd search warrant for Fox News reporter's private emails, official says - Open Channel

    the district judge, royce lamberth, fyi, apologized yesterday for keeping the search warrant under seal 18 months after his superior ordered it published, until the washington post pried it out into the open just this week

    Judge apologizes for lack of transparency in leak probe - The Washington Post

    holder testified last friday in house judiciary that he had recused himself from the sweep of the ap's telephones

    but he can't say when he recused himself, and he is forced to concede when confronted by chairman bob goolatte that he never put his recusal in writing, despite "best practices"

    "as i think about it, that actually might be a better policy to have," he awkwardly acknowledged

    Eric Holder gets grilled on the Hill - Josh Gerstein and Jennifer Epstein - POLITICO.com

    the ignorant ag is also unable to say exactly how many other cases of spying on the media are out there

    Holder Isn't Sure How Often Reporters' Records Are Seized : The Two-Way : NPR

    too many to keep track of, eric?

    the outrage is ear splitting

    a 52 member media coalition sent holder a 4 page letter objecting to his trashing of the first amendment, the body of which missive lays out point by point the dept's violations of its own manual for collecting phone records:



    Media coalition letter of protest to Attorney General Eric Holder - The Washington Post

    ap president pruitt is peeved:



    Gov't obtains wide AP phone records in probe

    and a few days later:



    Pruitt: DOJ subpoenas unconstitutional - POLITICO.com

    ranking member (judiciary) john conyers: “i am deeply troubled by the notion that our government would secretly pursue such a broad array of media phone records over such a long period of timezoe lofgren from san jose, 20 year member of pelosi's bay area block: "it seems to me clear that the actions of the department have, in fact, impaired the first amendment, reporters who might have previously believed that a confidential source would speak to them will no longer have that level of confidence because those confidential sources are now going to be chilled in their relationship with the press”

    the reliable lib from the south bay continued: “it seems to me the damage done to a free press is substantial and will continue until corrective action is taken, i think this is a very serious matter that concerns all of us, no matter your party affiliation”

    chair of senate judiciary patrick leaky leahy: "the burden is always on the government when they go after private information, especially information regarding the press or its confidential sources, on the face of it, i am concerned that the government may not have met that burden, i am very troubled by these allegations and want to hear the government's explanation"

    chuck todd: “it’s chilling and they owe us an explanation, this is intimidation and that’s what it feels and looks like, and unless they have a different explanation there is no other conclusion to draw than this is a way to intimidate whistleblowers”

    carl bernstein: “it is outrageous, totally inexcusable, this administration has been terrible on this subject from the beginning, the object of it is to intimidate people who talk to reporters, this was an accident waiting to become a nuclear event and now it’s happened, there’s no excuse for it whatsoever, there’s no reason for this investigation, especially on this scale”

    robert gibbs: "right now, we’ve sort of been struck by the fact that nobody’s explained why you needed such a broad subpoena, why so many people’s records were subpoenaed, i know it’s difficult in the middle of an investigation but i think, quite frankly, it’s something that’s sort of largely owed to the american people"

    Gibbs: Obama Admin Must Explain AP Investigation To The American People | RealClearPolitics

    dana milbank: "as flagrant an assault on civil liberties as anything done by george w. bush’s administration, to silence critics in a way richard nixon could only have dreamed of, to treat a reporter as a criminal for doing his job deprives americans of the first amendment freedom on which all other constitutional rights are based, the administration's actions shatter the president's credibility and discourage allies who would otherwise defend the administration, who knows what else this crowd is capable of doing, we're learning just how abusive a justice dept can be"

    Dana Milbank: In AP, Rosen investigations, government makes criminals of reporters - The Washington Post

    nyt editorial board: "the obama administration has moved beyond protecting govt secrets to threatening fundamental freedoms of the press to gather news, certainly not grounds for a conspiracy charge, treating routine news-gathering efforts as evidence of ciminality is extremely troubling and corrodes time-honored understandings between the public and the govt about the role of a free pass, the rosen case follows other signs the administration has gone overboard, accusing a reporter of being a co-conspirator on top of other zealous and secretive investigations shows a heavy tilt toward secrecy and insufficient concern about a free press"

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/22/op...ayspaper&_r=1&

    pulitzer prize winner eugene robinson: "the obama administration has no business rummaging thru journalists' phone records, perusing their emails and tracking their movments in an attempt to keep them from gathering news, this heavy-handed business isn’t chilling, it’s just plain cold, it also may be unconstitutional, the unwarranted snooping would be troubling enough if it were an isolated incident but it is part of a pattern that threatens to redefine investigative reporting as criminal behavior, i have to wonder whether the administration’s real aim is to discourage potential leaks of not-so-rosy news in the future, if this had been the view of prior administrations bob woodward would be a lifer in some federal prison, the cell next door might be occupied by dana priest or the nyt's james risen and eric lichtblau, the president needs to understand that behavior commonly known as whistleblowing and journalism must not be construed as espionage"

    Eugene Robinson: Obama administration mistakes news for espionage - The Washington Post

    the national journal completely concurs:

    5 Ways Obama Can Restore the Public's Trust and Rescue His Presidency - NationalJournal.com

    al hunt, bloomberg's dc bureau chief and judy woodruff's husband, says fire holder:

    How Obama Can Rescue His Presidency From Faux Scandals - Bloomberg

    david corn: “if a reporter asks a source who handles classified material for info does doj see that as a crime, the rosen case may be more important than ap”

    dem congressman henry cuellar, texas: "casing and chilling the press by doing that type of sweep, to me, as an attorney, i said, 'ew, that's worrisome,' they should have gone to a judge”

    dem jared polis from CO: "it needs to be targeted, they can't simply cast a broad net in a fishing expedition as it appears like they did in this case”

    charlie: "in terms of the constitutional rights of freedom of speech and reporters i think, in this particular case as long as it doesn't endanger the lives of any people, they ought to make a special effort to be more forthcoming in why they took this very unusual step to acquire telephone numbers”

    Tensions rise between press, Obama - The Hill - covering Congress, Politics, Political Campaigns and Capitol Hill | TheHill.com
    Classified National Security Information should not be divulged. Tying to find the culprit is fine in my book. But this administration has been very loose with classified national security information and has leaked it out numerous times when it makes them look good. There was an old WWII poster I am reminded of every time I hear of leaks, "Loose Lips Sinks Ships." But our politicians or staffers who leak won't be the ones going down with the ship.
    This Reform Party member thinks it is high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first and their political party further down the line. But for way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.

  5. #5
    Sage

    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Last Seen
    05-16-15 @ 02:32 PM
    Lean
    Undisclosed
    Posts
    12,537

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official

    President Obama today said he is concerned that the recent leak investigations authorized by his attorney general could have a chilling effect on investigative journalism.

    “I am troubled by the possibility that leak investigations may chill the investigative journalism that holds government accountable," he said in a speech on national security policy on Thursday.

    The president's remarks come as his administration faces harsh criticism over the Justice Dept.'s subpoena of Associated Press phone records and its monitoring of Fox News reporter James Rosen. On Wednesday, The New York Times editorial board accused Obama of going "beyond protecting government secrets to threatening fundamental freedoms of the press to gather news."

    In his speech today, Obama said the DOJ's investigation "offers a recent example of the challenges involved in striking the right balance between our security and our open society."

    "As Commander-in Chief, I believe we must keep information secret that protects our operations and our people in the field," Obama said. "To do so, we must enforce consequences for those who break the law and breach their commitment to protect classified information. But a free press is also essential for our democracy.”
    Obama 'troubled' by leak investigations - POLITICO.com

    holder is such an albatross and about the last thing right now this prevaricating potus can afford

    but the ignorant, arrogant ag is simply indispensable to the woebegone white house

    obama could nix napolitano, send off sebelius, lose lew...

    but to hack holder---it'd be like chopping off the challenged chief exec's left hand

    and you know how horrible our head hoopster is shooting from the beyond the key with his right

    stay tuned, we're just warming up

  6. #6
    Sage

    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Last Seen
    05-16-15 @ 02:32 PM
    Lean
    Undisclosed
    Posts
    12,537

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official


    House Judiciary Committee Republicans wrote a letter to Deputy Attorney General James Cole seeking more information about the Department of Justice’s decision to look at several phone records of Associated Press reporters.

    “The regulations require the Justice Department to take all reasonable alternative investigative steps before considering subpoenas for telephone toll records of any member of the media,” House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), as well as other lawmakers, wrote in the letter.

    The letter continues: "There is also a requirement that subpoenas be drawn as narrowly as possible, namely that they be directed at relevant information regarding a limited subject matter and should cover a reasonably limited time period.”

    The letter then lists questions for Cole, including about how he learned of Attorney General Eric Holder’s recusal from the investigation.

    “Did every Justice Department official or employee who possessed the improperly disclosed information at issue in this investigation recuse themselves? …Please provide a list of all Justice Department officials or employees who recused themselves for this investigation,” the letter states.

    In another question, the lawmakers call on Cole to confirm that he was the one who personally approved and signed the subpoena requests for AP telephone toll records, as Holder has indicated.
    House Republicans want more information in AP phone records seizure case - Kevin Cirilli - POLITICO.com

    those crazy house republicans, they're always doing the bidding of...

    eugene robinson, chuck todd, jake tapper, ron fournier...

    are you lonely?

  7. #7
    Sage

    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Last Seen
    @
    Lean
    Undisclosed
    Posts
    5,016

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official

    Don't worry, they'll get to the bottom of this. Obama ordered Holder to investigate himself and report back bu June 12th. That should clear up any misunderstandings!

    "Obama Orders DOJ Review of Leak Investigations"


    Obama Orders DOJ Review of Leak Investigations - ABC News
    There is only one basic human right, the right to do as you damn well please. And with it comes the only basic human duty, the duty to take the consequences.
    P. J. O'Rourke

  8. #8
    Sage


    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Location
    SW Virginia
    Last Seen
    Yesterday @ 10:13 PM
    Gender
    Lean
    Conservative
    Posts
    18,266

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official

    Quote Originally Posted by Heebie Jeebie View Post
    Don't worry, they'll get to the bottom of this. Obama ordered Holder to investigate himself and report back bu June 12th. That should clear up any misunderstandings!

    "Obama Orders DOJ Review of Leak Investigations"


    Obama Orders DOJ Review of Leak Investigations - ABC News
    Yup. Sometimes the bull just has to grab itself by the horns.

  9. #9
    Ayatollah of Rock n Rolla
    SgtRock's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Deep in the Heart of Texas
    Last Seen
    11-27-17 @ 08:27 PM
    Gender
    Lean
    Conservative
    Posts
    7,006

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official

    So, I understand the DOJ will be investigating the AG. What a joke, Eric Holder investigating Eric Holder. The president asked him to investigate himself. How's that work. We need an independent investigator.
    When America is strong the world is calm, When America is weak tyrants and terrorist slaughter the meek. ~ SgtRock

  10. #10
    Professor

    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    Last Seen
    10-28-16 @ 07:51 PM
    Gender
    Lean
    Independent
    Posts
    1,526

    Re: NBC: Holder OK'd Search Warrant For Fox News Reporter's Private Emails, Official

    Quote Originally Posted by Fisher View Post
    At least they got the warrants so I guess we are progressing.

    Not when you lie to the judge to obtain it. They put that Rosen was a co-conspirator and flight risk on the affidavit. This alone should cause EVERYONE to demand Holder's resignation.

Page 1 of 13 12311 ... LastLast

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •