I have had the opportunity, as have a few other members of the House of Representatives, the opportunity to read these FISA warrant applications without all of those redactions...
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Aylett Hawes
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Harry L. Maynard
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John J. Roane
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Auburn Pridemore
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John Ambler Smith
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George Loyall
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Dan Daniel (politician)
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William L. Scott
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Edmund Waddill, Jr.
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Jim Moran
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James F. Strother
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