DOJ Tells Nunes It’d Be ‘Reckless’ To Release Memo Without Review


The Department of Justice on Wednesday warned lawmakers not to publicly release a memo purporting to detail surveillance abuses by the U.S. government for fear it will harm national security and ongoing investigations.

, said the Republican push to release a memo they say reveals political bias at the FBI and DOJ would be “extraordinarily reckless” without a review by those agencies.

“We have also heard that HPSCI [the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence] is considering making the classified memorandum available to the public and the media, an unprecedented action,” Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd, wrote in a letter to the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes.

Read more at The Hill.



  1. The Corrupt FBI and DOJ are saying it would be “extraordinarily reckless”. Of course. They need to doctor it first before releasing it to the public.


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