House committee gets access to remaining dossier records
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Reporting by Catherine Herridge
A source close to the matter tells Fox News that the house intelligence committee investigators got access to the remaining Russia documents during a classified session at the Justice Department Friday. Investigators were allowed to review the records and take notes, but not take copies which is standard in sensitive cases.
These are described as core records about the Russia dossier, and its handling by the FBI, to include witness interview summaries, known in FBI circles as 302s, and 1023s which are for confidential sources or informants. In the dossier case, former British Spy Christopher Steele was a source for the FBI – first relaying some information in July 2016, the same month the Clinton email case closed for the first time, and the Russia Counter Intelligence case opened.
The Justice Department and FBI are on a tight timeline to provide records and witnesses, based on the agreement reached between Republican chairman Devin Nu...
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