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Senate Judiciary Committee at an oversight hearing about the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Larry Downing

WASHINGTON United States uses drones for surveillance in some limited law enforcement situations, FBI Director Robert Mueller said on Wednesday, sparking additional debate about President Barack Obamas use of domestic surveillance. senators who said they wanted to know more about the federal governments increasing use of unmanned aircraft. soil? Republican Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa asked during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

Yes, Mueller said, adding that the use was in a very, very minimal way and very seldom.

Mueller did not go into detail, but the FBI later released a statement that said unmanned aircraft were used only to watch stationary subjects and to avoid serious risks to law enforcement agents. The Federal Aviation Administration approves each use, the statement said.

The FBI used a drone during a hostagetaking in Alabama this year after a gunman, Jimmy Lee Dykes, snatched a boy off a school bus and held him in an underground bunker, according to the statement. government has made no secret of its use of drones to monitor the United States border with Mexico.

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The Justice Department had disclosed that two domestic law enforcement agencies use unmanned aircraft systems, according to a department statement sent to the Judiciary Committee and released on Wednesday by Grassleys office. The two are the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Grassley sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday asking why the Justice Department did not earlier mention the FBIs use of drones.

At Wednesdays hearing, Democratic Se online outlet michael kors nator Dianne Feinstein of California said she was concerned about the privacy implications of drone surveillance.

The greatest threat to the privacy of Americans is the drone and the use of the drone, and the very few regulations that are on it today, Feinstein said. online outlet michael kors