Thursday, March 23, 2017

Larry Klayman: Congress already has proof of massive surveillance

Larry Klayman, Esq. 

Former Federal Prosecutor, founder of Judicial Watch and now founder of Freedom Watch, Larry Klayman, has now reported that a massive library of CIA documents and records, including 47 hard drives and 600 million pages of information, much of which is classified, has been obtained by Dennis Montgomery, a federal whistleblower, includes proof of surveillance of the Chief Justice of the United States, Justices of the Supreme Court, 156 other judges and businessmen such as Donald Trump and even Larry Klayman himself.

This astonishing body of evidence has been made known to the House Committee on Intelligence, chaired by Devin Nunes, in response to his request of 20 March 2017, who, opening the hearing, said, "Toward that end (of getting to the truth), we encourage anyone who has information about these topics to come forward and speak to the House Intelligence Committee", which has led to his letter to Chairman Nunes (below). The Chairman notified the White House of certain developments that may be related to this treasure trove, although it was not completely clear. He alluded to more to come:

Klayman requests the Committee require James Comey, Director of the FBI, to return for additional questioning about what he knows about these matters on 28 March 2017, where his testimony on 20 March 2017 appears to be inadequate. It appears to me that these revelations are going to create a sensation as they become more widely known and that Montgomery will join the Pantheon of true heroes of the American people--along with Edward Snowden and Julian Assange--who have placed themselves at risk on behalf of the best interests of the citizens of the United States and of Constitutional government.  (Click on each page to make its contents fully readable.)