FBI has data stolen from North Korea embassy by anti-regime group | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


FBI has data stolen from North Korea embassy by anti-regime group

An opposition group that stormed the North Korean embassy in Spain last month says it handed over data stolen from the raid to the FBI, and a law enforcement source familiar with the matter confirmed to NBC News that the bureau has received the information.

Receiving intelligence stolen from a foreign embassy in a NATO country puts the FBI in a delicate position, but there is no U.S. legal prohibition against the American government making use of the material, legal experts say.

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Nor is there any prohibition against the US government saying anything they want about North Korea while claiming it came from this embassy raid.

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