Grassley Sends Letter to Christopher Wray Demanding Unredacted Version of FBI’s “Confidential Human Source” Policy Guide
On Wednesday, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent FBI Director Christopher Wray a letter requesting an unredacted version of the FBI’s “confidential human source” policy guide.
FBI Director Wray must hand over the requested documents to the Senate Judiciary Committee by June 20th.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley (R-IA)
Senator Grassley wants answers on Spygate.
The “confidential human source” AKA Stefan Halper, was paid a total of $411,575 in 2016 and 2017 for work with the US government that included spying on the Trump campaign.
It was a lucrative business for Stefan Halper.
Hill sources are saying the FBI spy who infiltrated Donald Trump’s campaign in 2016, Stefan Halper, bled information into Hillary’s phony dossier.
Now the Democrats are in spin mode. There may have been a second and even a third spy planted in Trump’s campaign.
The Dems and media sycophants went from ‘there was no spy inside of Trump’s camp’ to ‘the informant was there to help protect Trump against the Russians.’
Former DNI Chief James Clapper is claiming embedding spies is “a standard investigative practice.”
Grassley wants the FBI’s policy guide on using “confidential human sources” AKA spies.
Grassley wrote to Wray:
We are writing to request that the FBI provide the Committee with a fully unredacted copy of
the version of the FBI’ s Confidential Human Source Policy Guide (CHSPG) currently in force. If a
different version was in force in 2016, please provide a fully unredacted copy of that as well.
Please provide the CHSPG by June 20, 2018. To the extent the CHSPG is classified, please
deliver it to the Office of Senate Security. Although the Committee complies with all laws and
regulations governing the handling of classified information, it is not bound, absent its prior
agreement, by any handling restrictions or instructions on unclassified information unilaterally asserted
by the Executive Branch. Therefore, if you have any specific requests with regard to the Committee’s
handling of unclassified material, we ask that you raise those with us in advance of production.
Screenshot of letter below: