WASHINGTON POST: Problems with FBI surveillance extended far beyond probe of Trump campaign, Justice Dept. inspector general says
PPSA COMMENTARY: After investigating the Carter Page FISA applications – and finding 17 significant errors and omissions – DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz promised to do a core sampling of other FISA applications to see if they were as sloppy. The result? Out of 29 applications, none made the grade. Some 25 had errors or inadequately supported facts. In four cases, Horowitz could not find a Woods file – the required documents that verify the accuracy of facts presented to the secret FISA court.