Judge Aileen Cannon appointed former FISA Judge Raymond Dearie to oversee the review of the documents taken by the DOJ-FBI during the Mar-a-Lago raid.
The Trump legal team and AG Merrick Garland and the corrupt DOJ came to an agreement earlier in the week on a potential candidate to serve as the special master in the Mar-a-Lago case.
Judge Raymond Dearie's name is being presented as a possible special master who will review the documents seized by the DOJ-FBI in the Mar-a-Lago raid.
Judge Raymond Dearie was one of the FISA judges who signed the warrant to spy on Carter Page without cause.
Cristina Laila at The Gateway Pundit wrote about Judge Raymond Dearie back in 2018 during the first coup against President Trump.
Raymond Dearie was one of two FISA Court judges who rubber-stamped the warrants to spy on Carter Page.
Two FISA court judges who rubber-stamped the illegal surveillance warrants signed by Comey, McCabe and Sally Yates to spy on Trump's campaign have been revealed.
The memo revealed Hillary's phony dossier formed an essential part of initially obtaining a FISA warrant and all three subsequent renewals.
Former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe testified that if not for the dossier, the FBI would have never sought a FISA warrant on Carter Page.
On Thursday Judge Aileen Cannon denied the DOJ's request to block classified documents from review. This is horrible news for the Garland DOJ. The Biden regime wants to keep the documents secret so they can control the narrative.
There are rumbilngs that that the documents taken at Mar-a-Lago are related to the Crossfire Hurricane scandal.
Judge Aileen Cannon also approved former FISA Judge Raymond Dearie to oversee the review.
District Court Judge Aileen Cannon on Thursday denied the Justice Department's request to exclude classified documents from the special master review and appointed former New York federal judge Raymond Dearie to oversee the review.
Why it matters: Dearie will be charged with sifting through the records recovered from former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence, including the classified material the DOJ wants to access as part of its criminal investigation.