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george washington university. if you have longer statements, they'll be put in the record. when the red light comes on, try to summarize as best you can to try to finish shortly thereafter. >> chairman grassly, ranking member feinstein, members of the committee. we all want to thank you for holding this hearing and having us here today. as you know, intelligence collection under section 702 has produced and continues to produce significant intelligences that vital to protection the nation about threats whether they be counter terrorism, weapons proliferation or cyber threats. at the same time, it provides incredibly strong protections for the civil liberties of our citizens. permanent reauthorization of the fisa act without further amendment is the intelligence community's top priority this year. i want to begin by giving a recently declassified example of the impact of section 702. before rising to become the second in command in isis, haji was a high school teacher imam. his transformation to a terrorist caused the united states government to offer a $7 million rewards for informa
his law degree in george washington university. would you please start, mr. brooker? if you have longer statements, they will be put in the record. when the red light comes on, try to summarize as best you can to finish shortly thereafter. proceed. chairman grassley mr. brooker: , we all want to thank you for holding this hearing and having us today. as you know, intelligence election has produced and continues to produce significant intelligence that is vital to protect the nation, whether that be from counterterrorism or cyber threats. the same time, it reboots -- provides protection of civil liberties of our citizens. it is the intelligence community's top priority. i want to give an example of section 702. before rising to the ranks to become second in the race of isis, he was a teacher. his transformation to a terrorist caused the united states government to offer a $7 million reward or information leading to him. it made him a leading focus efforts. and i say, along with its partners, spent over two years looking for him. this search was ultimately successful primarily beca
received a bachelor's degree from the university of maryland and his law degree from george washington university.would you please start, mister brooker and by the way, you can have longer statements that will be put in the record. i never wrap the gavel at exactly 5 minutes but when the rightred light comes on trying to summarize as best you can . proceed. >> chairman grassley, madame feinstein and members of the committee, we all want to thank you for holding this hearing. my colleagues in doj and fbi. as you know, intelligence collection under 702 has produced and continues to produce significant intelligence that is vital to protect the nation against international threats whether they be counterterrorism, weapons proliferation or cyber. at the same time it provides an incredibly strong protections for the privacy and civil liberties of our citizen. in permanent reauthorization of the fisa amendments act without further amendment is the intelligence community's top legislative priority. >> i want to begin today by giving a very recently classified example that impacts se
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