The head of the House intelligence panel finds evidence of abuse in the U.S. government’s surveillance

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Ethics Committee clears House Intelligence Chairman Nunes

The Congressman has been deleted classified of insightful information, during the monitoring of the Russia investigation; Catherine Herridge goes into the deep-for the ” Special report.’

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., Fox News said Friday that his investigators already have evidence of “abuse” in the U.S. government’s surveillance practices revealed.

“I think there is evidence that human rights violations,” Nunes said in his first interview since the house ethics Committee dismissed allegations he had been wrongly classified as part of the panel-Russia-study published.

“We have an ongoing investigation in the DOJ [Department of justice] and the FBI since the middle of the summer for both FISA [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court] abuse and other things we can much not too. But it is very worrying.”

Nunes pointed to the leaked conversation, the former national security adviser, gen Mike Flynn with the Russian Ambassador. The Congressman said he is not aware of any leak investigation by the FBI or the justice Department.

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“I hate corrupt the word, but they are so dirty that, who’s watching the watchmen? Who investigates these people? There is no one.”

Nunes said he will. Ministry of justice call official Bruce ear, the apparent reduction in reported increments first, Fox’s James Rosen, on his contacts with the company, the witness behind the trump-dossier-to The Congressman said he believes that the Obama justice Department of attorney General Lynch, to her Deputy, Sally Yates, FBI Director Comey as well as FBI agent Peter Strzok, which was triggered by the Müller-Russia, probe on anti-Trump-text-messages-valuable information.

“It’s hard to believe that all of them, it was a very small circle, we find in the trump-dossier as a whole.” Nunes said.

I hate to use the word ‘corrupt’, but you are so dirty … who’s watching the watchmen? Who investigates these people? There is no one.

– Devin Nunes, R-Calif.

In the short term, Nunes said, the Ministry of justice is providing the Deputy FBI Director, Andrew McCabe and Strzok, and possibly the most important handler for the former British spy, Christopher Steele, will study the dossier for the Fusion of GPS.

After an eight-month report, the house ethics Committee Nunes cleared on Thursday of accusations made by outside groups. Asked if the ethics complaint is legitimate, Nunes said, it was designed to shut down his investigation would have shown that the detection or the identification of Trump’s campaign associates — President Obama’s uncle — in the foreign intelligence reports.

“No,” Nunes said. “The ethics complaint was designed to be a joke from the beginning, purely designed to get rid of me, not to do as the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee that they were able to. I think a clear design of the left, in cooperation with parts of our government, to information away from me and the house Intelligence Committee.”

Nunes said the reports he had recused himself from the Russia-spacecraft were deliberately misleading, and he remained Chairman, leads his Republican colleagues on the investigation.

Catherine Herridge is an award-winning chief Intelligence correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC) based in Washington, DC she covers intelligence, the justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security. Herridge joined FNC in 1996 as the London correspondent.

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