From: Bradley K. Sherman <>
Subject: Re: Julian Assange on The Memo
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From: (Bradley K. Sherman)
Subject: Re: Julian Assange on The Memo
Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2018 17:00:21 +0000 (UTC)
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>>  | Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page bragged that he
>>  | was an adviser to the Kremlin in a letter obtained by TIME
>>  | that raises new questions about the extent of Page's
>>  | contacts with the Russian government over the years.

 | The point of the memo written by House Intelligence
 | Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) and released
 | Friday afternoon was supposed to be to expose corruption at
 | the highest levels of the FBI. But what the memo actually
 | did -- albeit surely not intentionally -- was exactly the
 | opposite.
 | ... 
 | That means that three years before the FISA surveillance on
 | him began, Page was on notice regarding exactly who and
 | what he was dealing with when it came to the Russians.
 | ...
 | Nunes's memo also discloses that the government obtained
 | three renewals of the FISA warrant, which occurred every 90
 | days after the initial authorization. In order for a judge
 | to allow the surveillance to continue, the government has
 | to demonstrate that the intercepted communications are, in
 | fact, providing foreign intelligence
 | ... 

(It also informs Page and his foreign puppetmasters when
surveillance began.  Tsk, tsk; bad show, GOP.)