In The News
March 7, 2023


A whistleblower testified in a closed-door interview with the House Judiciary Committee in February that a major financial institution inappropriately data mined its customers’ bank information to aid the FBI in January 6 riot investigations.

Retired FBI National Security Intelligence Supervisor George Hill, who was based in the Boston Field Office in 2021, said Bank of America provided a list to the FBI of all customers who made transactions in or around D.C. January 5–7, 2021, according to a transcription of Hill’s testimony reviewed by Breitbart News.

Hill retired from the bureau in October 2021, according to Empower Oversight, his legal counsel.

Empower Oversight said Hill “retired from the FBI on good terms having been decorated for his leadership role in the Boston Marathon Bombing Task Force.” He left after spending 30 years working in federal public service, Empower Oversight said.

Questions about Bank of America’s adherence to laws and policies, such as the Financial Right to Privacy Act and the general appropriateness of sending customers’ financial transactions to the FBI, remain open.

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