Wray: FBI Agents Involved In FISA Debacle Have Been Referred To Bureau’s Disciplinary Office
[DAILYCALLER] FBI Director Christopher Wray said Wednesday that the FBI agents involved in the surveillance of Carter Page who are still at the bureau have been referred to the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility for possible disciplinary action.

During a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Wray noted that most of the FBI officials who oversaw Crossfire Hurricane, which involved surveillance of Page, have left the bureau and are no longer subject to disciplinary review. He said the FBI personnel who worked on that probe and who still have jobs at the FBI are mostly line-level agents.

"Those people have all been referred to our disciplinary arm," Wray testified, referring to the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR).

Republicans on the committee pressed Wray over the Justice Department inspector general (IG) report released Dec. 9, 2019, that found the FBI misled the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) in four applications to surveil Page.
Posted by: Fred 2020-02-07