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News Reports 9/15/2022: FBI Raid of Former President Trump’s Home

Posted by FactReal on September 15, 2022

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News reports (Sept. 15, 2022)

– Today’s deadline: The DOJ gave Judge Aileen Cannon until Thursday to issue a ruling before they go to the Eleventh Circuit

U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon faces a Justice Department-imposed Thursday deadline to rule on whether she will stay [stop] her order to have a special master review documents the FBI seized at Mar-a-Lago when it comes to those materials marked as classified.

The DOJ said in a filing that if Cannon does not decide by Thursday to allow investigators to continue to review the classified materials while they appeal the order appointing a special master, they will go to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and ask them to do it.

Judge Raymond Dearie Appointed Special Master in Mar-a-Lago Raid Case

After retiring from his position in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, Dearie served a seven-year term on the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) Court. While on the FISA Court, Dearie was one of the judges who approved the FBI and U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) request to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

An Inspector General report later declared two of the four surveillance warrants regarding Page invalid after finding the FBI included several misstatements and omissions in the warrant application.

Court Docs: Order denying motion for partial stay pending appeal

Now, 54 days away from November’s midterm elections, will DOJ follow its 60-day-rule of backing off cases that could impact elections? [Our bet: No. They won’t stop now.]
Fox News:

[T]he DOJ itself, specifically Attorney General Merrick Garland, must decide whether to comport with its practice of not taking major actions that could impact elections within 60 days of when voters go to the polls.

DOJ practice during an election year has often been to hold off on major actions in cases that could impact elections during the 60 days leading up to Election Day, an unwritten policy commonly referred to as the “60-day rule.” The “rule,” which is really more of a tradition because it is not an actual rule, has been cited many times in recent years.

In 2020, it came up regarding Special Counsel John Durham’s probe of the origins of the Russia investigation. In 2018, it was Robert Mueller who backed off from major developments in his case ahead of that year’s midterms. In 2016, former Attorney General Eric Holder wrote in the Washington Post that then-FBI Director James Comey “violated long-standing Justice Department policies and tradition” with actions related to the Hillary Clinton investigation so close to the presidential election.

A 2018 Justice Department Inspector General report on the FBI and DOJ’s practices in 2016 discussed the 60-day rule.

John Solomon from JustTheNews on Hannity’s show (9/15/22 at minute 19:51)

Trump-Russia Collusion Hoax
Trump attorney reacts to role of FBI informant in Trump-Russia probe

Witch hunt
Mark Meadows complying with DOJ subpoena, turning over documents previously shared with House Jan. 6 committee

Jan. 6
Multiple whistleblowers come forward about Jan. 6 intel failures at Capitol, congressman reveals

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