Deal or No Deal – There’s a Transparency Within Two Factions of DOJ and FBI Political “Small Group”…

It was Friday December 1st, 2017, when the media first hit the headlines announcing the guilty plea for former National Security Adviser General Mike Flynn.  It was less than 24 hours later, Saturday December 2nd, when ‘a group’ within the DOJ hit back with announcements revealing the political bias of FBI Agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

Despite the transparency of timing the media ignored the relationship between the two events.  However, people who were following the granular details -within the intelligence community conflict- accepted the IG releases would be used as fuel for congressional review and inquiry….. and that’s exactly what happened.

Unfortunately, the focus was so intense on what later became ‘dueling memos’ no-one paused to look at the granules against the bigger picture.  Despite the media story pointing out Strzok and Page were removed from duties on the Special Counsel (Mueller) team in July and August 2017, no-one questioned what was happening between July/August 2017 and the December 2nd media release announcing their dispatch.

If anyone in January had begun cross referencing the Nunes, Goodlatte, Grassley discoveries and their volumes of investigative interviews; against the backdrop of the IG information to Mueller in July ’17; they would have possibly connected the dots that outlined the appearance of a criminal review – and a transparent need for an authorized DOJ entity to construct rules for cooperation within the ongoing IG investigation.

We now know Attorney General Jeff Sessions and DAG Rod Rosenstein assigned federal prosecutor John W. Huber to that task.  However, even without knowing his name, we always knew the existence of the parallel prosecutor because the fingerprints of his tasks were evident.

The IG couldn’t simultaneously report on his discovery of criminal conduct and yet construct the parameters for cooperation and compliance with his investigation.  IG Horowitz doesn’t have that authority, that’s a federal prosecutors job.

So if people within the FBI and DOJ were cooperating with an internal investigation that was discovering criminal conduct, someone from within the DOJ had to be cutting the deals.   Jeff Sessions told us yesterday that person is John Huber.

As a person familiar with such specific investigative measures shared:

“They are sat down, told to not do anything, say anything or discuss anything UNTIL they get an attorney. At which time, the attorney is handed a letter from the investigating unit. That letter says in essence, this is how screwed you are. If you want to be less screwed you will sign this letter of cooperation and assist us. When we don’t need you, you sit there. When we do we will call you and you will provide what we need. Any deviation from this agreement lands you in jail for the full term.”

If you stand back and look at all activity from July 2017 through March 2018 you can get a good feel for who is inside the “small group”, who is cooperating and who is not.

COOPERATING GROUP – FBI Agent Peter Strzok, FBI/DOJ lawyer Lisa Page, DOJ Attorney Bruce Ohr, DOJ-NSD Deputy Asst. Attorney General George Toscas; FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker and Asst. FBI Director in charge of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap, are all still employed within the system.  Strzok, Page, Ohr, and Baker have been removed from responsibilities, but there are still there.  Bill Priestap is still in responsibility and still there.

NOT COOPERATING GROUP – FBI Communications Director Mike Kortan (quit), DOJ-NSD Deputy Asst. Attorney General David Laufman (quit), AG Loretta Lynch AAG Sally Yates, DOJ-NSD Asst Attorney General Mary McCord (quit), FBI Director James Comey (fired), Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe (fired), FBI Director Chief-of-staff James Rybicki (quit).

AG Sessions, while responding to an irrelevant congressional request for a special counsel, told us yesterday that Huber is in charge of a “team” of prosecutors.  Yet some weird and seemingly illogical reason, many people don’t seem to understand that.

There’s already a team of prosecutors reviewing all the evidence of criminality collected by Inspector General Horowitz.  FULLSTOP.

There’s no need for a special counsel.  Jonathan Turley understands this.

It is nonsensical to demand a Special Counsel when there has been a team of federal prosecutors reviewing the evidence for over six months.  The outcome of their collective effort goes directly to federal indictments; there is simply no need for a special counsel.

Remember, the IG is looking at gross misconduct of official DOJ and FBI policy and practices.  The prosecutor is looking at criminal misconduct from within those offices.   The IG releases findings to the public, the prosecutor does not – until the courtroom.   There is an overlap within the parallel of the IG and Prosecutor, but both have entirely different objectives.

There’s also evidence of an existing Grand Jury.

There are two types of federal grand juries:  Under 18 US Code Sec. 3321 SEE HERE  And Special Grand Juries under 18 US Code Sec 3331 SEE HERE

If you review Code Sec 3331 for special grand juries you’ll see that the criminal activity has to be “in the district”, and that special grand juries don’t have to be impaneled new. Existing ones can be used for new/different purposes.  Section 158 of the US Attorneys manual is pretty much based on 3331: SEE HERE

The location of the grand jury is directly connected to the criminality behind the FBI and DOJ conduct.  The location of the criminality determines the location of the Grand Jury.

Within the current IG Horowitz/Prosecutor Huber investigation there is a lot of varied criminality…. however there is one location where many of the criminal actions overlap…. that’s the location of the currently seated Grand Jury.

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734 Responses to Deal or No Deal – There’s a Transparency Within Two Factions of DOJ and FBI Political “Small Group”…

  1. Q&A says:

    I didn’t see Dana Boente’s name on Sundance’s list of cooperating vs. not cooperating insiders. He was one of the signers of the tainted FISA applications. He was with the DOJ, now with FBI in James Baker’s position (hired by Wray). I assume he is cooperating on some level since he is still employed.


  2. Abdul Abulbul Amir says:

    If we’re still looking for other places for a grand jury, we could probably start one in Phoenix. Isn’t that where the conversation between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch occurred? I’d sure like to hear a tape of that conversation.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. vincentcuomo says:

    I want to be optimistic, but this guy Huber was appointed by Obama; Obama appointees have not proven to be the most sterling of Characters.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ausonius says:

      Agreed. However, if he has been turned to Light Side, that allows Republicans to say: “How can there be bias? How can this be a witch hunt, when Huber was appointed by the previous resident* of the White House?!”

      * I hate to use the name of that supposed “man.” 🙂

      Liked by 5 people

    • Dauntless says:

      I read from an article that he is a far right conservative that did all his work and academia previously in Utah. Obama did not have many choices to pick from in a deep red state.

      Liked by 2 people

      • covfefe999 says:

        That’s a good point, Dauntless. Huber might have been the most palatable to Dems in Utah but it doesn’t mean the guy is liberal. I read last night that Orrin Hatch likes Huber.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Bobby Alley says:

      Trump re-appointed him.

      Liked by 2 people

    • AH_C says:

      Yeah, that Admiral Rogers, Mike Flynn and Horowitz, among others are pretty sketchy.



    • CaptainNonno says:

      I think it’s important to remember that, for almost all of the white hats, there was no one to go to with Holder/Lynch/Comey. I think they have now come out and want to right the ship ( DOJ OR FBI). I trust the Administration, whose entire goal is just that.


  4. HickTick says:

    If the fact that Huber has not had any leaks for this many months don’t give you any confidence in his ability , What would do it . ?? We know every move Mueller makes , all his cases are falling apart . We don’t want no OJ trial where public opinion drives the outcome . The men in charge of the justice we seek are under a microscope and they know History will be made on how this Conspiracy is exposed for the sedition and treason brought against our Republic . This can never be allowed to happen again . Do you realize how corrupt and evil this is . ???

    Liked by 4 people

  5. moray watson says:

    White hats vs Black hats.
    How do you tell?
    Have they faithfully followed all Departmental policies and procedures; or
    Have they copped a deal with the Attorney General.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. So, Loretta Lynch is not co-operating,,I bet she’s holed up someplace with body guards and a state of the art security system…..and a dog 2 test all her carry out food orders for poison.Maybe even 2 dogs just by rhe shear volume of chow she stuffs in her fat face !


    • Sam says:

      Loretta Lynch is probably holed up along with Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett in one of the many offices in fake president and sleeper cell Barack Hussein Obama’s Wash., DC compound. The Soros funded Obama led deep state is run right from this O compound. Real FBI agents need to break in and raid O’s compound and get all the evidence they need to put all the criminals from Obama’s administration in jail. There will be tons of O’s swamp creatures that will go to jail. “Spygate” will make Watergate look like a misdemeanor!


  7. Li'l D in the Big D says:

    As Sundance has stated herein, “Strzok, Page, Ohr, and Baker have been removed from responsibilities, but there are still there.”

    However, I am curious as to why Rosenstein is he still there, given the fact that he, to the best of my knowledge, had signed off on one of the bogus FISA warrants? Could it be that he also has signed a letter of cooperation to assist?


  8. Stormyeyes says:

    Liked by 1 person

    • cozette says:

      Another one of the leaks designed to give the frame up of Trump legitimacy. Hannigan is an important name to remember imho. I noted with great interest that he unexpectedly resigned as the UKs Spy in Chief, despite having just received a huuuuuuge raise, right after Trump was inaugurated. The Rats really panicked when their plot to release the dossier 10 days before the swearing in ceremony (newsworthy because a leak said it was part of a top secret briefing to the WH and Trump) didn’t force Trump to step down in favor of Pence as they’d planned. They still hadn’t figured out Trump NEVER quits. So Hannigan stepped down instead and the efforts to remove Trump by impeachment, military or Deep State coup, assassination or the 25th Ammendment began.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. Swedishmeatball says:

    For the one’s not cooperating, is it by choice, 3rd party leverage (threats), or they think the Dem’s will gain full control and they are safe?
    If it’s the 3rd choice and the Dem’s lose, do they suddenly turn on each other and a few suddenly end their life? Or are there other options?

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Darthawk says:

    Sundance, do you have insight regarding the location of the Grand Jury? “There is one location where many of the criminal actions overlap. . . .” That could be many locations (most offering a bad prospective jury pool): DC – headquarters for FBI and DOJ; Northern Virginia or Maryland – residence for many of the FBI/DOJ employees; and New York – headquarters for both Clinton and Trump campaigns and co-HQ for Clinton Foundation. Utah would provide a non-swampy jury pool, but I only see three Utah connections: Huber, NSA Storage facility, Uranium One mine.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Newt Love says:

      I’m not SunDance, but i have a small knowledge of the topic.

      In each of the US Circuit Courts, one of the Supreme Court Justices has authority over them to resolve issues that do not rise to the SCOTUS.

      Each Circuit has a US Attorney, and in the Circuit that contains Utah, Huber holds that role. Each US Attorney needs access to one or more (depending on case load) Grand Juries that are empaneled for a period of time, and not for any specific court case. Huber’s Grand Juries are in Utah, probably Salt Lake City.

      Robert Mueller’s Grand Juries are in Washington, DC, and in Alexandria, VA. DC is overwhelmingly (D) Party, and their ethnic mix does not match the rest of America. Alexandria is a little more like the rest of America.

      So, how can PDJT get a “jury of his peers” selected from the DC jury pool? PDJT is pretty much peerless.


    • DD More says:

      Darth, Do a little digging into the Sundance Trail – There are two types of federal grand juries: Under 18 US Code Sec. 3321 SEE HERE And Special Grand Juries under 18 US Code Sec 3331 SEE HERE

      18 U.S. Code § 3239 – Optional venue for espionage and related offenses
      The trial for any offense involving a violation, begun or committed upon the high seas or elsewhere out of the jurisdiction of any particular State or district, of—
      (1) section 793, 794, 798, or section 1030(a)(1) of this title;
      (2) section 601 of the National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 421); [1] or
      (3) section 4(b) or 4(c) of the Subversive Activities Control Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. 783(b) or (c)); may be in the District of Columbia
      or in any other district authorized by law.

      50 U.S. Code § 783 – Offenses
      (a) Communication of classified information by Government officer or employee
      (b) Receipt of, or attempt to receive, by foreign agent or member of Communist organization, classified information

      This DoJ seems to find and follow the Laws, and uses all the sections to our advantage.


  11. Firefly says:

    Here’s a twitter change I found interesting especially in light of Sessions reputation as the silent executioner.

    Stealth Jeff:
    That’s the problem with Mueller’s team. It’s all INSIDE THE BELTWAY investigators. All Dems. They leak constantly.

    Huber’s team?

    We didn’t even KNOW Huber’s team EXISTED until Sessions said this in an interview about 2 weeks ago.


    Which makes me think of a feint. Make a phony Army around General Patton to fix 25 divisions of Panzers at Calais, while the real invasion is in Normandy.

    Get Media following the bouncing Mueller for MONTHS. Then ‘whammo’, hit the beaches with the Session’s Devil Dogs.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Charlie says:

      Needed diversion, Saul Alinski move – back at ya commies.

      Liked by 1 person

      • justthefaxpleez says:

        In the meantime the press continues to discredit itself everyday. When the dam finally breaks I don’t think they’ll be in a position to adequately spin the truth when everything is laid out.


        • Charlie says:

          Press keeps me curious. Lie, distort, collude and they still get financed with advertisers. Begs the question are they really “the press”? Owner of the Denver Post “outed” a top source regarding Denver’s Mayor (sanctuary city advocate) and prostitutes. How could anyone trust news coming from this paper EVER? Who is Dean Singleton? Operative for who?


  12. Peter says:

    I’m waiting for Huber to indict Mueller.

    Liked by 1 person

    • covfefe999 says:

      How crazy (with joy!) would we all be if that happened???

      Trump winning was the greatest gift. I can think of a couple more, and seeing Mueller and Hillary Clinton indicted would be among them. 🙂 Oh, not just indictment for Clinton, I definitely want to see her spend some quality time in prison. I want Mueller to be disbarred.


  13. CND says:

    Off topic but nonetheless imperative, the following vid holds crystal clear warning signs for the USA courtesy of European countries: SO important. Please watch.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. CND says:

    Super grateful for this site! It’s so nice to be informed and armed with information that is concise, factual and well articulated.
    Thank you, CT!

    Liked by 1 person

  15. MikeN says:

    How can Nunes, Grassley, Goodlatte not know about the existence of a prosecutor who is investigating? How is the document production handled without them knowing?


    • boyo304 says:

      I think they know. I just posted this as a comment on another SD post:
      I believe that PDT’s anti-Sessions texts were/are posturing to put separation between PDT and the AG. Similarly, I believe that Nunes, Goodlatte and other Rs requesting the AG appoint an independent special prosecutor are intended as clickbait to the MSM. Their statements get them on the news (and keep the black hat conspiracy in the news) while the real work is done out of sight. Just what a magician does – hey audience, look at me wave the brightly colored scarfs with my right hand (instead of what I’m doing with my left hand).
      I’m eagerly waiting on the final act, and hoping the left hand has lots of handcuffs in it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • boyo304 says:

        Meant to say “they knew”. Everyone knows now.


      • AH_C says:

        Certainly hope that’s the case, if so, it’s working well such that they seem out of their league to us who understand what’s really going on thanks to CTH. Certainly no other conservative website seems to get it either.


    • AH_C says:

      Can’t know if they aren’t told. All those complaints about DOJ being non-responsive or slow? They were asking the wrong questions or intruding on areas that had to be withheld for prosecutorial reasons.


  16. rsmith1776 says:

    I DO trust Sundance – even if not unconditionally, I don’t trust anybody blindly. Sundance seem to amass more and more arguments and evidence that he was right all along (which I pray is true!)

    Nobody is right all the time, but SD’s average is incredibly good.

    Where does Rosenstein fit in this scenario, again? Very reluctant white hat? If Sundance’s scenario is true (and it increasingly seems to go that way).

    I see others ask similar questions above.

    Liked by 1 person

    • cozette says:

      Few people are obvious black or white hats. Sessions was an obvious white hat for anyone who cared to look at his lifes record but with most people it’s hard to tell. Compounding the problem is the FACT that we’re in a very real war and one of the main weapons, used by both sides, is disinformation and deception. I’ve found it more helpful to think in terms of who Trump has been able to leverage to help him rather than looking at how spotless they’ve been in the past. In fact a spotty history means a greater chance to leverage the person with the bonus that they have alot more info to share if they flip than a “good guy” would. I think back to the mafia. It took mafia informants, truly horrible people themselves, to bring that organization down a peg or two.

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      • I agree about sessions being a white hat pretty much his whole life, that’s why when people question what Sessions have or hasn’t been doing or where has he been etc, people only need to remember one thing, these Criminal A**holes questions this Mans Honor! Sessions is doing everything BUT sleeping on what these Criminal A**holes have done! Sessions is out from them and Rightly so! and Sessions Knows The Laws and will follow them to a T, whereas Obama and Cronnies only think they know the law because they were able to interpret any way they have seen fit for 8 years, but that’s NOT reality and Never will be again!


  17. Iamacokecan says:

    Can Huber knock down doors to get info like Mueller did to Manafort? Does he have that power?

    What I would like is four teams of fbi investigators(lower level fbi guys in the field) headed to the Clapper, Brennan, Holder and Obama residences tomorrow morning at 4am..

    Please Mr. Huber, save this country.


    • cozette says:

      Real justice takes time. This isn’t a tv movie. Hopefully we arent children who screech for immediate gratification. The French Revolution and our old Westerns featuring lynch mobs are cautionary tales. Hopefully we’ll heed them. Instead OUR job in this WAR is to defeat every single Democrat candidate even if it means electing a Swamp RINO over a “nice guy” Democrat. If Democrats win Nunes will be replaced by Adam Schiff. Goodlatte will be out. The Swamp GOPe will have cover for future betrayal. Maxine Waters will start impeachment while every committee begins endless investigations into Trump and his Cabinet. All MAGA legislation will stop. We have 7 months to stop that nightmare from REALLY happening. It’s the Swamps last chance to save themselves. It’s up to us to stop them. Sessions can’t do that for us. No one can. Pray and fight, fight, fight.

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  18. Newt Love says:

    From the article: “… If anyone in January had begun cross referencing the Nunes, Goodlatte, Grassley discoveries and their volumes of investigative interviews; against the backdrop of the IG information to Mueller in July ’17; they would have possibly connected the dots that outlined…”

    If anyone back then had been able to do that, they would have been “sundance.” There is only one Donald J. Trump and there is only one sundance, who ever our Super Hero’s secret identity really is.

    God bless the warriors of truth and justice!


  19. So, I wanted to revisit this post after Peter Strzok’s testimony. Seemed less than cooperative.


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