DOJ reportedly considering release of FISA application on Carter Page

DOJ reportedly considering release of FISA application on Carter Page
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[Ed. – This would be a first, but the real question will be what is and isn’t redacted.  Lawyers and security experts will of course have a big vote.  But ultimately, it’s up to Trump how much can be released.]

The government is considering an unprecedented disclosure of parts of a controversial secret surveillance order that justified the monitoring of former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.

Responding to a legal challenge brought by USA TODAY and the James Madison Project, Justice Department lawyers Friday cast the ongoing review as “novel, complex and time-consuming.”

“The government has never, in any litigation civil or criminal, processed FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) applications for release to the public,” Justice lawyers wrote in a five-page filing.

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