A redacted copy of a notice sent by AT&T to a private citizen describes the subpoena the company received from the U.S. House’s January 6 Committee to provide lawmakers with the individual’s phone records.
The document, which includes a copy of the subpoena, says, per Fox News:
“The AT&T Global Legal Demand Center responds to subpoenas addressed to AT&T companies. We have received the enclosed congressional subpoena directing AT&T to disclose information about you, your account or one or more phone numbers associated with you.”
The notice continues, adding that the company will respond to the subpoena by the 16th of December unless the customer takes legal action to challenge the subpoena.
“As a courtesy, we are sending this notice to your address on file to enable you to contest the subpoena if you wish to do so.”
In the document obtained by Fox News, the personal details about the individual, including his phone number, are redacted. The subpoena broadly requests that AT&T provide electronic records associated with that number.
That request encompasses all the authorized users on the account, e-mail addresses associated with it, the amount of time the customer has been with the company, all electronic serial numbers, the “activation and termination date of each device associated with the account,” “any and all number and/or account number changes” and “other subscriber numbers or identities,” including temporary IP addresses.
The subpoena also includes a demand for “all call, message, (SMS & MMS), Internet Protocol (‘IP’), and data-connection detail records associated with the phone numbers, including all phone numbers, IP addresses or devices that communicated with the phone number via delivered and undelivered inbound, outbound, and routed calls, messages, voicemails and data connections.”
According to a Republican source, subpoenas were not only sent to AT&T, but also to T-Mobile and Verizon.
It seems AT&T is siding with Democrats, giving these liberals access to people’s private cell phone data.
Rep. Taylor Greene wrote via Twitter:
“AT&T complying with Democrat’s Communist-style invasion of privacy by handing over people’s personal cell phone data to the fake J6 committee is the absolute worst unconstitutional mistake!!! Democrats MUST pay a steep price, and I will work with my colleagues to make it happen.”
AT&T complying with Democrat’s Communist style invasion of privacy by handing over peoples personal cell phone data to the fake J6 committee is the absolute worst unconstitutional mistake!!!
Democrats MUST pay a steep price and I will work with my colleagues to make it happen.
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) December 7, 2021
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When asked about Ray Epps and his involvement in the so-called “insurrection,” Chris Burgard replied by calling Ray Epps an “agent provocateur.” He explained that there were “many, many, many Ray Epps” in the crowd, adding that there were “teams of Ray Epps out there that were coordinating” He relayed a story about a man “who was very similar to Ray Epps,” who was offering medical help to a “very in-shape 27-year-old fella, decked out in tactical gear who had gotten stuff in his eye.” When Rich, a person on their team, who described the man administering first aid as a “commander who was helping one of his troops,” began to record him with their phone, the alleged agent snapped, grabbed Rich’s wrist until he dropped the phone. The “commander” then threatened Rich, telling him, “If you took pictures of this, there are people that are gonna want to hurt you. And I don’t wanna see you get hurt.” According to Chris, the “commander” went back to his earpiece and began speaking to someone apparently on the inside of the Capitol, asking, “Yeah, what hallway are you in? Where are you?” and proceeded to give him specific directions to help him navigate inside the Capitol. Chris told us, “So, that guy’s a director, he’s not a player,” adding that there were “all kinds of guys like that there on that day.”
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