Comey Had Refused to Probe Illegal Spying
Larry Klayman notes FBI sat on millions of pages of surveillance evidence
By Larry Klayman
May 10, 2017
For months, I have been publicizing the failure of former FBI Director James Comey and his general counsel, James Baker, who should now also be let go, to investigate the massive illegal wiretapping and surveillance on not just hundreds of millions of Americans, but prominent Americans such as President Donald Trump himself, the chief justice of the Supreme Court, other SCOTUS justices, 156 judges and others, such as yours truly, who are critical of and advocates against corruption by the government and its officialdom.
In this regard, about two and a half years ago, whistleblower Dennis Montgomery came forward, under a grant of immunity I obtained for him, to produce 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information he had taken from the intelligence agencies when he was a contractor to FBI Special Agents Walter Giardina and William Barnett, working under the direction of Comey and Baker. The materials on these hard drives, much of which is classified and which I have never seen, allegedly proves that our so-called government, under the Obama administration in particular, had been violating the constitutional rights of not just President Trump and those around him, but hundreds of millions of innocent American citizens who have neither committed a crime nor been in contact with terrorists at home and abroad.