Is the FBI Plotting its Revenge Over Memo?

 

A Former CIA Counterterrorism Official Has Told CNN That ‘We’re Going To Win.’

That senior officials in the FBI and intelligence community were outraged by the release of the House Intelligence Committee’s four-page memo on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant abuse was a given, but a recent guess on CNN suggests the war against President Donald Trump is about to get much worse as a result. Continue reading

Khorosan group will strike U.S. ‘very, very soon’ warns FBI director as he admits 12 American ISIS fighters cannot be stopped from coming back home

  • James Comey said the Al Qaeada veterans are ‘bent on destruction’
  • Suggested that they are working on an attack directed at US and its allies
  • Said people with American passports who have joined extremists can return
  • They are powerless from stopping them even though they’ve been identified

The Director of the FBI has warned the Khorosan terror group will strike the US ‘very very soon’ and says Americans fighting alongside militants in Syria cannot be stopped from returning home.

James Comey said the unit of Al Qaeda veterans are ‘bent on destruction’ and are believed to be working on an attack directed at the United States or its allies.

However he assured the public by saying changes made since 9/11 mean the security services are ‘better in every way that you’d want’ and have the systems in place to quash any threat.

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Ex-FBI chief’s condition remains mystery after crash

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Former FBI Director Louis Freeh remained hospitalized Wednesday, two days after he crashed his SUV in southern Vermont.

Freeh, 64, of Wilmington, Del., was admitted under armed guard to the intensive care unit of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H., after the 12:15 p.m. EDT crash Monday on Vermont 12 in Barnard.

The bureau put the armed protection in place because of Freeh’s past work on terrorism while serving as FBI director from 1993 to 2001, the authorities said. Continue reading