The Washington Examiner reports:
Carter Page sued fired FBI Director James Comey, fired FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, the FBI, and others involved in the improper Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act snooping on the former Trump campaign associate that relied upon British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s discredited dossier to obtain approval from the FISA court.
Page filed the 59-page complaint with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Friday, with his lawyers saying that he “seeks relief herein for Defendants’ multiple violations of his Constitutional and other legal rights in connection with unlawful surveillance and investigation of him by the United States Government.”
Early this year Page also sued the DNC over the so-called dossier. That suit was tossed in August. In 2018, Page sued multiple news outlets for their reporting on the dossier. Same result. Note the Examiner‘s editorializing with the use of “improper” above.
— New York Post (@nypost) November 28, 2020
It is my privilege to represent Carter Page in his suit against the officials who violated his rights in an outrageous abuse of govt power. #Winterishere.
We’re a team of lawyers working for justice for Carter as you can from this link to the complaint: https://t.co/05nIt8Bx9Y
— Leslie McAdoo Gordon (@McAdooGordon) November 27, 2020
Carter Page Drops a Huge Lawsuit on James Comey, Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, Andrew McCabe and More https://t.co/0AJVMcIk31
— RedState (@RedState) November 28, 2020