The US Department of Justice has revealed a significant number of new irregularities in documenting under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act following an audit of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
This was reported in the memorandum of the inspector general of the US Department of Justice Michael Horowitz.
“Based on the results of our audit, we have so far come to the conclusion that we are not sure that the FBI has carried out foreign intelligence surveillance procedures in accordance with the agency’s policy,” the document says.
In particular, the Ministry of Justice noted that they could not get access to a number of applications for conducting surveillance, since in some cases the FBI officers could not find them, and in some they were not at all sure that such documents ever existed.Urgently! The first case of COVID-19 is registered in the DPR