The DOJ Inspector General has informed Congress that he’s done with his investigation on the FISA abuses related to the Trump Russia probe:
DAILY CALLER – The Justice Department’s inspector general told Congress on Friday that he completed his investigation into possible FBI abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act during the Trump-Russia probe, and has sent a draft version of his report to the Justice Department and FBI for review.
“We have now begun the process of finalizing our report by providing a draft of our factual findings to the Department and the FBI for classification determination and marking,” Michael Horowitz, the inspector general, said in a letter to several congressional committees.
Horowitz, an Obama appointee, opened an investigation March 28, 2018, into the FBI’s applications for FISA warrants against former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
He informed the committees on June 25 that the investigation was “nearing completion,” and that his office had interviewed more than 100 witnesses and reviewed more than 1 million documents in the probe.
According to his letter, he’s submitted a draft of his report both the FBI and DOJ for classification:
From Horowitz's letter to Senate/House committees: the report has been submitted to DOJ and FBI for classification review and will be released as some point after that. pic.twitter.com/ZvrY6eBBkO
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) September 13, 2019
Once the FBI and DOJ finishes the classification, Horowitz will create his final report for both Congress and the public.