“Politically Motivated” Prominent Trump Admin Launches Legal Action Against DOJ

Kash Patel, a former official of the Trump National Security Council, initiated a legal action on Monday. He filed a lawsuit targeting FBI Director Chris Wray and former officials from the Trump Justice Department.

Patel alleges a breach of his Fourth Amendment rights, specifically his right to protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. The lawsuit contends that these officials attempted to access Patel’s personal records.

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According to legal documents obtained by Just the News, in November 2017, the FBI and Justice Department officials named in the lawsuit obtained a subpoena to obtain Patel’s personal information.

This legal action, Patel asserts, was driven by political motivations. Subsequently, Google complied with the subpoena and furnished responses to the authorities the following month.

The lawsuit forcefully criticizes the misuse of federal law enforcement agencies against the American populace, stating, “The weaponization of these agencies against the American people is unacceptable.”

Kashyap “Kash” Patel held the role of Senior Counsel and Chief Investigator within the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI).

His responsibilities included scrutinizing the actions of the FBI and the Department of Justice (DOJ). Currently, a significant lawsuit has been initiated, asserting that the Department of Justice conducted covert activities to secure a grand jury subpoena, compelling Google to disclose Kash Patel’s private email account information.

This legal action alleges a violation of the Fourth Amendment, which safeguards against unwarranted searches and seizures, prompting profound legal and constitutional implications.

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