The FBI released a summary of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s July 2, 2016 interview with the FBI concerning allegations that classified information was improperly stored or transmitted on a personal e-mail server she used during her tenure. We also are releasing a factual summary of the FBI’s investigation into this matter. We are making these materials available to the public in the interest of transparency and in response to numerous Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Appropriate redactions have been made for classified information or other material exempt from disclosure under FOIA.
The FBI agent who was kicked off of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia team over the summer for sending pro-Clinton and anti-Trump text messages took part in the Jan. 24 interview with then-national security adviser Michael Flynn, it was reported on Monday.
Peter Strzok, a former FBI section chief in the bureau’s counterintelligence division, conducted the interview of Flynn at the White House, according to Circa reporter Sara Carter.
We almost got ‘all’ the documents declassified and released on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Even so, many of the pages had redactions. The true reason as to why remains fleeting.
So, what other files of historical federal or political scandals should be released?
How about the ATF gunwalking scandal?
The IRS targeting scandal maybe?
The Obama/Blagojevich pay to play case?
What about all the details behind who invaded Sharyl Attkisson’s computer?
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Investigate, review, examine… no wonder nothing is advancing inside the beltway.
Abbe Lowell is Senator Menendez’s lawyer by the way, who case was declared a mistrial.
Menendez’s bribery and corruption trial ended with the judge declaring a mistrial on Thursday after jurors were unable to come to a consensus on the felony charges after days of deliberating.
The decision is largely considered a win for Menendez, with 10 jurors favoring acquitting him on the charges, while two did not.