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Likely Special Master OKed FBI’s Phony FISA Warrants in Russia Hoax

Dearie was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in the 1980s, serving for several decades in the federal court system...

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In a filing earlier this week, the Department of Justice indicated that it would accept Donald Trump’s proposed candidate for special master to oversee a review of the documents confiscated by the intelligence industrial complex in the recent FBI Mar-a-Lago raid.

The Trump legal team nominated Judge Raymond Dearie to oversee the sorting of documents taken during the FBI’s raid, determining which can be overseen by federal prosecutors, and which are illegitimate, Axios reported.

According to the DOJ filing approving of Dearie, his experience makes him a valid candidate.

He has “substantial judicial experience, during which they have presided over federal criminal and civil cases, including federal cases involving national security and privilege concern,” they wrote.

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Dearie was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in the 1980s, serving for several decades in the federal court system. He retired in 2011 and now serves as a senior judge on the circuit.

He was, however, one of the judges who signed off on the infamous FISA warrant to monitor former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, investigating the possibility of Russian intereference in the 2016 election.

Dearie must next be approved by Judge Aileen Cannon, who is overseeing the DOJ proceedings.

Though Cannon blocked the DOJ review of the documents seized from Mar-a-Lago, the agency has decried the decision as having caused “irreparable harm” to the United States government, and to the general public.

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In any case, she may yet decide to lift the restriction once the special master is approved.

Up until now, Trump’s attempt at appointing a special master has been resisted by the DOJ in full.

Last month, the DOJ attempted to rush through the investigation in order to avoid the appointment of a special master by saying that it has already completed its process and has identified “a limited set of materials that potentially contain attorney-client privileged information.”

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