Attkisson says that, back in 2012, the DOJ under Eric Holder hacked and compromised her computer at a time when she was reporting on the Benghazi attacks, as well as Fast and Furious and Obamacare – prompting her to file a lawsuit against the Obama administration several years later in 2015 for these illegal acts.
According to reports, Attkisson has had trouble getting the government to cooperate with her suit – until recently when she unveiled a video explaining in "layperson's" terms who she's targeting with her suit and why.
Attkisson contends that the government under Obama got away with serious surveillance crimes, and are now enjoying "broad immunity" as they claim innocence. She says that immunity should not, and does not, apply in this case because Holder and his cronies "would have had to do more than just supervise these intrusions into my computer based on forensics."
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In a video that Attkisson released back in October 2014, the journalist explained how she had proof at that time to show that an outside party, mainly Obama and Holder's DOJ, hacked into her computer as an act of intimidation and harassment against her for her reporting efforts.
Attkisson is also now suing a number of people from the FBI who apparently had access to the devices in question, as revealed in the forensics report. Until she's able to get "discovery" for the names of these individuals, they're being identified simply as "John Does."
While the government has thus far "opposed every meaningful discovery" effort, Attkisson contends, the ball is finally starting to get rolling, reports indicate. In the end, Attkisson hopes to expose what Town Hall describes as "obtrusive government surveillance" into both her personal and professional life.
In the meantime, Attkisson has published a book entitled, Stonewalled that tells all about what she says she endured under the oppressive Obama regime.
"The Obama Administration in particular has broken new ground in its monitoring of journalists, intimidation and harassment of opposition groups, and surveillance of private citizens," contends Attkisson.
You may recall Attkisson's name from a recent episode of her "Full Measure" show entitled, "The Vaccine Debate," during which she tackled another hard-hitting, and yet controversial, issue: vaccine industry fraud.
Attkisson told the true story of Dr. Andrew Zimmerman, a pediatric neurologist who actually served as the government's own expert witness in what Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, describes as "secret vaccine court proceedings."
"Dr. Zimmerman was the government's top expert witness and had testified that vaccines didn’t cause autism. The debate was declared over," Attkisson stated during the segment.
"But now Dr. Zimmerman has provided remarkable new information. He claims that during the vaccine hearings all those years ago, he privately told government lawyers that vaccines can, and did cause autism in some children. That turnabout from the government's own chief medical expert stood to change everything about the vaccine-autism debate. If the public were to find out."
Be sure to check out the full segment at this link.
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