Published on 19 Jun 2013

Outgoing FBI Director Robert Muller made history at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing today. For the first time ever, an FBI official has gone on the record to acknowledge the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in American airspace for surveillance. Perhaps more surprisingly, when Senator Chuck Grassley asked Director Muller about policies, procedures and limits the FBI sets for using drones on U.S. soil, Muller admitted that at this point, the FBI has none. RT Correspondent Meghan Lopez takes a closer look at today's hearing.