In the case of Comey, he is alleged to have obstructed justice by covering up the FBI’s investigation of the information and testimony, much of which was classified, which Montgomery provided to him and his Special Agents, Walter Giardina and William Barnett, as well as over 3 hours of his video-taped sworn testimony. The case is styled Montgomery and Klayman v. Comey et. al, (17-cv-01074) and was assigned as related to a prior case, Klayman et. al v. Obama et al. (13-cv-00851) in which Klayman successfully preliminary enjoined the NSA and others from constitutional spying. The judge on that case was the Honorable Richard J. Leon, who found the defendants’ illegal actions “almost Orwellian” and a violation of the Fourth Amendment. Thus, Judge Leon will preside over this case against Comey.
A copy of the complaint can be found at www.freedomwatchusa.org and is self-explanatory.
Klayman had this to say upon filing the complaint:
“Former FBI Director Comey and his agency have not only illegally spied on Mr. Montgomery and me, but have covered up and thus engaged in an obstruction of justice of the FBI’s and the other intelligence agencies’ illegal and unconstitutional mass surveillance. In the process of this illegal behavior, they have seriously damaged Montgomery and me, and they will be held fully accountable under the rule of law, for this and other tortious acts which should also now be included in the on-going grand jury investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.”
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