Sessions said Sunday that his office has 27 open investigations on people who leaked top secrets
There are 27 open investigations of leaks of government secrets, according to U.S. Chief Attorney General Jeff Sessions, pictured above. His office is in charge of prosecuting federal crimes like leaks of government secrets.
Sessions called the the leak of a phone call between former national security adviser Gen. Mike Flynn and the Russian Ambassador "a felony".
"We are going after this aggressively and I am directly this personally," said Sessions.
His comments were made Sunday on a national television show. Please fast forward to the ninth minute of the video below for Sessions' statement regarding open investigations.
At a House oversight hearing on Nov. 14th, Sessions also admitted that "We have 27 investigations open today. We intend to get to the bottom of these leaks."