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Merrick Garland Recommends Approval of AG Search Warrant for Unabomber Cabin: Former FBI Agent

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Former FBI Counter-Terrorism Deputy Director Terry Turchie, Attorney General Merrick Garland, in Thursday's "Jesse Watters His Prime Time" approved a search warrant for the Unabomber cabin. said he would not recommend

"I never said this publicly, but seeing and hearing Merrick Garland makes me sick, so I'll tell you now. Merrick Garland is a prosecutor in the Department of Justice. Unabomber,” said Tarchie. "And I have to tell you something. He did not recommend to the AG that our search warrant be granted to enter Theodore Kaczynski's cabin." 13} WSJ editorial board says FBI raid on President Trump's Mara-Lago home is "dangerous"

Ted Kaczynski, also known as Unabomber

Tahchi, who is known, said Garland and his group of lawyers "made us work until 2 or 3 in the morning of April 3."

"And finally, AG Janet Leno and Louis Free stepped in and approved the search warrant anyway," he said. "Well, it was a case of a plane being bombed. A plane was threatened to blow up in the air. Bombs have killed people for 18 years. He did nothing."

Garland "would not advise the AG to enter the hut on April 3," Turkey said. "He didn't understand the urgency at the time, and didn't seem to mind that the agents were up all night trying to get ready." 

28} Based on Attorney General Merrick Garlandrevealing Thursday that he approved a decision seeking a search warrant for former President Donald Trump's Florida property in Palm Beach, Florida.

Former president Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. 

Former President Donald Trump's Maralago Resort Palm Beach, Florida.  (Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

FBI bipartisan scrutiny this week after raiding Mar-a-Lago on Monday morning.

It will take years for the FBI to restore its reputation, Turchie said, adding that the FBI has undergone a transformation and is no longer "independent."


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