A former federal agent has stepped forward to admit spying on journalist Sharyl Attkisson's computers and has implicated colleagues.
"We have just filed a brand new complaint, which I hope satisfies one of the problems that the judge has, which is that we have not been able to name the names of the government agents involved in the intrusion," she said in a video posted on YouTube on Thursday. "Of course, we argued that we can not name the names because the government would not permit us discovery to learn the names."
"We have done some detective work and I have five names to present to the court, who according to my information were directly involved in spying on my computers. One of them is Rod Rosenstein, then U.S. attorney in Baltimore, a former DOJ official. There are other names."
Read more about the case via Debra Heine with American Greatness.