The Washington Times: ACLU calls for crackdown on FBI use of intel community to spy on Americans

The Washington Times

The American Civil Liberties Union is calling for an overhaul of FBI rules after The Washington Times reported that agents used the CIA and National Security Agency to spy on Americans.

The ACLU urged the bureau to impose new limits on agents’ power to investigate Americans without warrants.

Article III Project founder Mike Davis, a former Senate Judiciary Committee counsel for Republicans, said the FBI and intelligence community’s politicization has become crystal clear.

“This is illegal, outrageous and dangerous,” Mr. Davis said in a statement about the FBI’s conduct. “Congress must — and will — fulfill its critical constitutional oversight responsibility by ending this.”

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