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DOJ Boss Bruce Ohr Testified Behind Closed Doors and Revealed He Kept the FBI and Mueller’s Lead Attorney ‘In the Loop’ on the Dossier

Bruce Ohr, a high-ranking Department of Justice (DOJ) official who has been demoted twice, testified behind closed doors this week about his involvement in the dirty dossier that was fabricated by Christopher Steele, in order to fraudulently obtain FISA warrants to spy on the Trump campaign.  Ohr was a back channel of communication for information on the dossier between the DOJ, the FBI and Andrew Weissmann, Mueller’s lead attorney in his investigation against Trump.

Summary by JW Williams

Bruce Ohr, a high-ranking Department of Justice (DOJ) official who has been demoted twice, testified behind closed doors this week about his involvement in the dirty dossier that was fabricated by Christopher Steele, who was paid by the FBI and the Hillary Clinton campaign to compile the dossier that was used to fraudulently obtain FISA warrants to spy on the Trump campaign.  Nellie Ohr, Bruce Ohr’s wife, is a Russia expert who is fluent in Russian. She worked for Fusion GPS, the firm that hired Christopher Steele to assemble the dossier.
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The core of the entire conspiracy is that the the Steele dossier was based on lies and the FBI knew it was fake when they presented it to FISA for warrants to spy on Trump to find dirt on him to thwart him.  And when he won the election anyway, they used the same dirty dossier to start the Mueller investigation.
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Legal analyst, Gregg Jarrett, said that Bruce Ohr kept the FBI, the DOJ and Andrew Weissmann, the main lawyer in the Mueller probe, informed about the Steele dossier, a false document that was used to frame Donald Trump.  Ohr failed to report to the DOJ that his wife worked for Fusion GPS.  Jarrett says that Ohr may be prosecuted for four crimes that include services fraud, federal gratuity, federal bribery and making a false statement.
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Ohr is till working for the DOj and retains his security clearance.
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President Trump quoted Gregg Jarrett in a recent tweet:
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— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 30, 2018

The entire Mueller investigation falls apart if the FISA warrant is declared to have been obtained through fraudulent means.

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https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/08/fox-news-legal-expert-supreme-court-chief-justice-needs-to-step-in-and-haul-doj-and-fbi-hacks-in-front-of-fisa-court-video/




Landmark US Court Decision Rules that Privacy Under the Fourth Amendment Applies to Smart Meters


The Seventh US Circuit Court handed down a landmark opinion that the Fourth Amendment protects energy-consumption data collected by smart meters, because that data reveals intimate details about personal activities in the home that would be unavailable to the government without a physical search. The court held that residents have a reasonable expectation of privacy in this data and that the government’s access of it constitutes a “search.” More than 40% of American households have a smart meter and the number will likely reach 80% by 2020. Law enforcement agencies are already trying to obtain the data from energy companies without warrants. -GEG

The Seventh Circuit just handed down a landmark opinion, ruling 3-0 that the Fourth Amendment protects energy-consumption data collected by smart meters. Smart meters collect energy usage data at high frequencies—typically every 5, 15, or 30 minutes—and therefore know exactly how much electricity is being used, and when, in any given household. The court recognized that data from these devices reveals intimate details about what’s going on inside the home that would otherwise be unavailable to the government without a physical search. The court held that residents have a reasonable expectation of privacy in this data and that the government’s access of it constitutes a “search.”

This case, Naperville Smart Meter Awareness v. City of Naperville, is the first case addressing whether the Fourth Amendment protects smart meter data. Courts have in the past held that the Fourth Amendment does not protect monthly energy usage readings from traditional, analog energy meters, the predecessors to smart meters. The lower court in this case applied that precedent to conclude that smart meter data, too, was unprotected as a matter of law. On appeal, EFF and Privacy International filed an amicus brief urging the Seventh Circuit to reconsider this dangerous ruling. And in its decision, released last week, the Seventh Circuit wisely recognized that smart meters and analog meters are different:

“Using traditional energy meters, utilities typically collect monthly energy consumption in a single lump figure once per month. By contrast, smart meters record consumption much more frequently, often collecting thousands of readings every month. Due to this frequency, smart meters show both the amount of electricity being used inside a home and when that energy is used.”

The Seventh Circuit recognized that this energy usage data “reveals information about the happenings inside a home.” Individual appliances, the court explained, have distinct energy-consumption patterns or “load signatures.” These load signatures allow you to tell not only when people are home, but what they are doing. The court held that the “ever-accelerating pace of technological development carries serious privacy implications” and that smart meters “are no exception.”

This is critical precedent. Last year, roughly 65 million smart meters had been installed in the United States in recent years, with 88% of them—over 57 million—in homes of American consumers; more than 40% of American households had a smart meter. Experts predict that number will reach about 80% by 2020. And law enforcement agencies are already trying to get access to data from energy companies without a warrant.

In this case, a group of citizens called Naperville Smart Meter Awareness challenged Naperville’s policy of requiring every home to have a smart meter, objecting on Fourth Amendment and other grounds. The district court held that smart meter data—despite being collected directly a city utility, not any non-governmental third party—was subject to the so-called “third party doctrine.” In other words, the lower court reasoned that simply because the utility company held the data, it was automatically devoid of constitutional protection.

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Democrat Lawmaker Threatens ICE Officers with Prosecution

US Congressman, Ruben Gallego, a Democrat from Arizona and pro-immigration advocate, threatened Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers saying “You will not be safe” from prosecution after Trump leaves office. Gallego made his statement in response to a Washington Post story that reported the government is denying passports to Hispanics who have US citizenship but are suspected of having fake birth certificates. Chris Crane, president of the National ICE Council accused Gallego of inciting violence against ICE officers. -GEG

Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) fired a warning shot to ICE officers early on Thursday warning “you will not be safe” from prosecution post-Trump.

Democrats are waging a war on ICE officers and calling for borders to be completely abolished.

The unhinged Democrat (redundant, we know) actually accused ICE officers of deporting “Americans.”

The hysteria began with a story out of the Washington Post wherein they reported the government is denying passports to Hispanics who have U.S. citizenship but are suspected of having fake birth certificates. This same policy was in place during the Bush and Obama years and have actually declined under Trump, but when have facts ever mattered to the left?

Ruben Gallego tweeted: “If you are a US government official and you are deporting Americans be warned. When the worm turns you will not be safe because you were just following orders. You do not have to take part in illegal acts ordered by this President’s administration.”

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Child-Abuse Charges Dropped Against New Mexico Jihadists When District Attorney Misses Court Deadline


The case of five New Mexico jihadists who trained children to carry out school shootings has taken another bizarre turn when child-abuse charges against three of the suspects were dropped because the district attorney missed the deadline to hold preliminary hearings. This case is shrouded in similar strange twists, including the destruction of evidence at the crime scene, making it appear that the fix is in. -GEG

The case of five New Mexico jihadists who trained children to carry out school shootings has taken another bizarre turn after it was revealed that child abuse charges against three of the five suspects have been dropped after a screw up.

11 counts of felony child abuse charges against three of the five suspects were dropped after the state failed to indict them within a 10-day window.

A Taos County judge put the blame on the DA for failing to schedule a preliminary hearing.

“There was no excuse and no reason why the District Attorney’s office could not have requested these preliminary hearings. I don’t know if they are overworked or they don’t have enough people at their office. I don’t see the district attorney here or the chief deputy district attorney, but it is disturbing to me that the district attorney would put this court in that kind of a situation,” said Judge Jeff McCelroy.

McCelroy said that there was “a complete failure to follow proper procedures in prosecuting the case” despite the “very public, very shocking information” about the case.

“While the original 11 counts were dropped, new child abuse charges were filed against defendants Jany Leveille and Siraj Wahhaj – the son of a famous New York Imam, in connection with the death of 3-yaer-old Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, according to Siraj Wahhaj’s attorney, Thomas Clark. The two will remain in jail until next week, when prosecutors will argue they should stay behind bars until trial, at which point the DA’s office can refile the child abuse charges against all five suspects for neglect of the eleven surviving children,” reports Zero Hedge.

The apparent screw up will increase concerns that authorities are dragging their feet in the matter, particularly after it was revealed that the jihadists also planned to attack a hospital in Atlanta.

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The Las Vegas Shooter’s Girlfriend May Have Been Employed by the FBI – More Strange Evidence Surfaces

Marilou Danley, the girlfriend of Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock, worked for the FBI, according to her application for a loan. The database, Intelius, also shows that Danley, an Australian national, worked at the FBI. This is the same Danley who admitted to law enforcement that she helped Paddock load the magazines Paddock would use during the shooting, and her prints were on the ammo. Reportedly, she was visiting family in the Philippines at the time of the shooting and set her Facebook account to private at 12:38 a.m. and then deleted it entirely at 2:46 a.m.—nearly one hour before Paddock’s name was publicly released as the suspect in the shooting. Paddock was using Danley’s player’s card the night he is said to have done the shooting. -GEG

A bombshell revelation in regard to the massacre that took place last October in Las Vegas has surfaced this week, suggesting that Stephan Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley could’ve been an FBI asset. According to a credit application, as reported by True Pundit, Danley listed the FBI as an employer.

This is the same Danley whose fingerprints were found on the ammunition used to murder 58 people on 1 October. The same Danley who admitted to law enforcement that she helped Paddock load the magazines Paddock would use that fateful night.

This is the same Danley who was reportedly visiting family in the Philippines at the time, and set her Facebook account to private at 12:38 a.m. and then deleted it entirely at 2:46 a.m.—nearly one hour before Paddock’s name was publicly released as the suspect in the shooting. The same Danley whose player’s card Paddock was using the night he murdered all those people.

According to the publicly available intelligence obtained from a consumer credit reporting bureau, Danley claimed she previously worked at the FBI.

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