March 27, 2017

Bipartisan Investigations: How the 9/11 Commission Did It

By Adam Klein and Chris Kojm

Whatever your political outlook, the ferment surrounding last year’s presidential election raises important, unanswered questions: What, precisely, did the Russians do, and were any Americans involved?  Were members of presidential campaigns or transition teams recorded on foreign-intelligence or criminal wiretaps?  If so, under what legal authority?  Were their identities disseminated within the government?  If so, for what purpose?  And how did classified information about such wiretaps make its way into the press?

Read the full article at Lawfare.

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