Digging The Details – IG Horowitz Report on Andrew McCabe…

The OIG report on former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is devastating to the “small group” and not just for what it outlines, but also for what it doesn’t provide.

There are bound to be multiple reports and discussions which will flow from an outcome of the content therein.  However, here’s some of the ‘big picture’ takeaways for those who have followed the very granular details.

One of the more pertinent issues – it is now demonstrably proven that Andrew McCabe lied to FBI investigators, on several occasions, and also that he lied to the Inspector General. Note the criminally important factor here is: “lied to FBI investigators”.

On page #29, there’s some very specific and interesting details that deserve to be highlighted (emphasis mine).

We concluded that McCabe lacked candor during his OIG audio-recorded interview under oath on July 28, 2017, when he falsely stated that: (a) he was not aware of Special Counsel being authorized to speak to reporters around October 30 and (b) he did not know, because he was out of town, “where [Special Counsel] was or what she was doing” during the relevant time period.  (pdf link)

It is not just the next few paragraphs that outline the scope of the attempted duplicity and fraud by McCabe, but also the footnotes.

Remember, we know specifically from congressional evidence, provided by the FBI investigative unit, the FBI took custody of the initial batch of text message between DOJ-FBI Special Counsel Lisa Page and Peter Strzok on July 22nd, 2017.  It is clear those text messages were provided by Lisa Page to clear up the contradiction between her truthful statements and the lies told earlier by Andrew McCabe.

The first IG interview with McCabe takes place on July 28th, after McCabe speaks to FBI investigators and before the IG has an opportunity to understand the evidence provided by Lisa Page proving the false statements. The footnotes here are important (emphasis mine):

[Footnote #14 – Page 20] In response to review a draft of this report, counsel for McCabe argued that, in asking McCabe about the October 27-30 texts between Special Counsel and DAD regarding the WSJ article, the OIG engaged in improper and unethical conduct, and violated an allegedly explicit agreement with McCabe that when he was interviewed by the OIG on July 28 he would not be questioned outside the presence of counsel with respect to matters for which he was being investigated.

McCabe provides no evidence in support of his claim, and based on the OIG’s review of the available evidence, including the transcript of McCabe’s recorded OIG interview on July 28 and the OIG’s contemporaneous notes, as described below, McCabe’s claim is contradicted by the investigative record.

As an initial matter, at the time of the July 28 interview, McCabe was not a subject of an OIG investigation of disclosures in the October 30 WSJ article, nor did the OIG suspect him of having been the source of an unauthorized disclosure of non-public information related to that article.

The OIG did not open its investigation of McCabe concerning the WSJ article until August 31, after being informed by INSD that McCabe had provided INSD agents with information on August 18, 2017, that contradicted the information that he had provided to INSD agents on May 9.

Second, the OIG has no record that McCabe stated in advance of the July 28 interview that he was represented by counsel. Moreover, the recording of the July 28 interview shows that at no time did McCabe give any indication that he was represented by counsel. The transcript of the interview shows that the OIG informed McCabe, who has a law degree, that the interview was about “issues raised by the text messages” between Special Counsel and DAD, and that the OIG would not be asking McCabe questions about “other issues related to your recusal in the McAulliffe investigation . . . or any issues related to that.” McCabe responded “Okay” and did not articulate or request any further limitations on the questions he would answer.

The OIG added that “This is a voluntary interview. What that means is that if you don’t want to answer a question, that’s fully within your rights.” That “will not be held against you . . . .” The recording of McCabe’s interview further demonstrates that the OIG was entirely solicitous of McCabe’s requests not to respond to certain questions.

Towards the end of the interview, before beginning an area of questioning unrelated to Special Counsel/DAD texts or the WSJ article, the OIG prefaced his question to McCabe by stating “if you feel this is connected to the things that are making you uncomfortable, will you let me know?” McCabe responded, “Yes. Yeah, you can ask, I’ll let you . . . If I don’t feel comfortable going forward, I’ll let you know.”

At a later point in the interview, after answering a number of questions unrelated to Special Counsel/DAD texts, McCabe expressed a preference for not answering further questions, and the OIG did not ask further questions on the topic.

Third, McCabe’s submission mischaracterizes an October 4, 2017, email exchange with the OIG as evidencing that at the time of McCabe’s July 28 OIG interview, McCabe was the subject of an OIG leak investigation. As noted above, the OIG did not know about McCabe’s involvement in the disclosure to the WSJ at the time of the July 28 interview, and only opened an investigation into his actions related to that disclosure on August 31, 2017, after the lack of candor referral to the OIG by INSD.

Lastly, despite having been questioned at length by the OIG on November 29, 2017, about the reasons for his false statements to the OIG on July 28, McCabe never once raised any of these issues. Moreover, the same counsel who submitted on behalf of McCabe these accusations of impropriety by the OIG was present for the entire OIG interview on November 29 yet never once raised any of these issues.

McCabe had every incentive to raise these issues as early as possible, and surely on November 29, when he was represented by counsel and was asked pointed questions by the OIG about his July 28 testimony denying that Special Counsel had been authorized to speak to reporters during that time period. McCabe did not do so until nearly 7 months after the July 28 interview and nearly 3 months after the November 29 interview.

That’s a long footnote that essentially outlines the timeline of events; and effectively eliminates any affirmative defense that McCabe might attempt.

However, more importantly, note the fact the interview was recorded and transcribed…. because that leads to the more glaring point missing from the actual IG report.  There is no accompanying addendum containing the transcript or the recording.  Why not?

Answer: Because the transcript and recording of the interview(s) with McCabe are now evidence for a criminal prosecution.

If Horowitz’s federal prosecutor, John Huber, was not going to criminally charge Andrew McCabe for lying we would have seen the transcript.  The absence of the transcript, and the intentional notation of the recordings by the OIG, indicate McCabe will almost certainly be charged. The evidence is overwhelming.

Lastly, the release of this IG report is affirming our prior expectations.  There will be several releases of individual components within the larger OIG investigation.  This is only the first release, and only covers one specific issue of Andrew McCabe directing leaks to the media and then lying about it to FBI investigators.

Each of these aspects is an investigation unto itself, and will likely result in a stand-alone report:

åUnlawful and coordinated media leaks РPart I (McCabe);

åFalse statements to investigators about unauthorized media leaks РPart I;

•Clinton email, manipulated investigations with predetermined outcomes;

•False testimony to FBI, congress and under oath to IG (Comey/McCabe);

•Manipulated FBI 302 reports, and/or false presentation of documents;

•Willful political corruption by Asst. Director Andrew McCabe; Director Comey etc.

•Unlawful use of FBI and NSD databases;

•Political issues within Main Justice DOJ-NSD (Carlin, McCord, Ohr, Yates);

•Issues with the FISA court; •false presentations; •source material (Steele Dossier);

•State Department involvement. •unmasking. •origination of counterintelligence op.

The issues being investigated by the OIG are massive and complex.  That’s why it would be beneficial to carve-out the FISA court aspects, declassify the content, and allow those inquiries to proceed independent of the IG and federal prosecutor John Huber.

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389 Responses to Digging The Details – IG Horowitz Report on Andrew McCabe…

  1. bofh says:

    I’m waiting to hear that McCabe has retained Gloria Allred. That’ll be the sign!

    Liked by 18 people

  2. The Swamp Devils are throwing everything at us but the kitchen sink. May they all rot in Hell.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. tonyE says:

    Meanwhile MSNBC and CNN are going nuts…. Russia, Russia, Trump, Trump, Steele, etc,etc..

    The flak is getting intense… must be exactly over the target.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Brian Baker says:

      So have MSNBC and CNN pointed out how bombing Syria would make Putin mad enough to spill the beans about how Russia colluded with Trump and all the dirt they have on him?

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Earl & Pearl Tourist says:

    Opening the scotch bottle tonight!!!!!
    And the good cigars👍

    Liked by 10 people

  5. BakoCarl says:

    Does the court allowing PTrump to intervene in this case mean anything more than the court will hear what PTrump’s lawyers have to say? This is good, but is there more to it?

    Inquiring minds would like to know.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Maquis says:

      No. He’s now a party to the suit. Monday his peeps will demand anything related to him, ie, things that aren’t their “stated” target, be returned unviewed, with, likely, a provision that anything leaked from his docunents they were supposed to protect puts them in very very hot water.

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  6. rsmith1776 says:

    “The absence of the transcript, and the intentional notation of the recordings by the OIG, indicate McCabe will almost certainly be charged.”

    Sometimes, Sundance, your words sound like a divine Mozart tune to these ears . . .

    Liked by 10 people

    • Pa Hermit says:

      Some of these great artists have used the “Golden Ratio” in their works of art. Maybe Sundance found a way to incorporate that in his artwork articles!


    • noswamp says:

      SD, this article gives me hope once again. REAL hope and change. Finally I think things are moving to their logical conclusion.


  7. jeans2nd says:

    It is important, imo, to recognize how all this began.
    AG Jeff took Eric Holder’s 2011 Leak Task Force and super-charged it (thank Snowden for that one). That is who the INSD are, AG Jeff’s super-charged Holder Leak Task Force. AG Jeff started this as soon as AG Jeff took office Feb 2017.

    You see, what Pres Trump and AG Jeff are doing is taking the corruptocrats’ – Clinton/Obama/Holder/Lynch – last eight years, and turning it from Remaking America into Restoring America.

    The INSD initially thought McCabe was innocent. That is noted in the report. Which means, imo, that there is already stuff on Comey.

    Footnote 11, pg 26 gives the details of FBI manual Section 2.5 and 2.6 and how McCabe qualifies. Pg 3 notes the US Attorney’s Manual.
    If this is what is applicable for an FBI agent, how is this not also applicable for DOJ attorneys in front of a FISC with bogus FBI-supplied material?

    We are going to have years worth of prosecutions. imo
    After all, they were all warned. By AG Jeff. Twice, once May 2017, and again on national TV (Fox News) August 2017. These folks do not stand a chance.

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  8. starfcker says:

    And he should be charged. He should have never risen to the position he was in

    Liked by 2 people

  9. OldSaltUSNR says:

    Now for the $1 MILLION question: Was McCabe the “mastermind” of all of this, or did he act under orders? If so, who gave the orders? I don’t know the risk he faces as far as federal charges and # of prison years, but I hope it’s 20 to life. If and when he cracks, and makes a plea deal, then the ball will really start moving down the field.

    Absent this, McCabe gets a year community service and a fat retirement at age 57, and the Sessions-Rosenstein cover-up is complete.

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    • Maquis says:

      Give it a rest.


      • Maquis says:

        No insult intended Salt, just we have got to know by now that games are not being played by the IG and I’m pretty sure he be pissed if there wasn’t a parallel prosecutor on all this, and there is.


    • Beyond slap on the wrist…he either flips or gets fried.
      His offenses are too serious and there is blood in the water.

      Liked by 1 person

    • softunderbelly says:

      Old Salt, I don’t believe he was the “mastermind”. This conspiracy is/was so large that there were many moving parts. SOMEONE was moving the dowels above the puppets. And I don’t think it was Hillary Clinton. She too, was someone’s puppet. Was it the Gran Cabal? Maybe… I think that there is a group defending its’ interests. Not just one single actor. I think she wanted to become part of that group and as president of the US, she would have been the HMFIC. Alas, the gods didn’t agree and fate intervened.
      Up until recently I was naive enough not to believe in conspiratorial groups. I’ve changed my mind since then. I DO believe that the names in the news (at what ever level) Zuck-
      erburg, Soros, et.al. are the pawns and we are much less than that. Is it the Illuminati? Maybe… who knows. But the visible players are NOT the ones in charge.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Bilderbergers, Ford Foundation, Gates Foundation and on and on and on. Don’t forget Bohemian Grove. Yes, this is all at the direction of the “globalists.”


  10. Karl Kastner says:

    Okay I just read the entire IG report on McCabe’s behavior concerning leaks about the Clinton Foundation investigation.

    Cliff Notes:

    Lie upon lie accusing everyone but himself.

    He directed leaks to WaPo through Lisa Page(who is now confirmed to have been cooperating with the IG). When questioned, he treated those leaks as being from unknown sources. Then he tried to blame the New York and Washington field offices and berated them to get their house in order regarding leaks! Leaks that he was involved with making! Next he tried to act like he didn’t know what Page was up to when it was suggested she might be involved(He was out of town).
    Then he lied to FBI investigators. Then he tried to say those same investigators misconstrued what he had said. Then he tried to suggest that he didn’t recall. Or that he was surprised by the questions. Then he lied to the IG. Then he tried to suggest that James Comey knew and he had authorization to communicate w media from him. Then he changed his story to the investigators. The time line jumps around and it’s really hard to keep straight when one thing happened before/after another. But one thing is clear, he basically COULD NOT STOP LYING. And not even an amateur’s skill at keeping his story straight.

    It’s worth the time to read it. Next we’re going to find out what his involvement was in the Clinton email investigation, FISA warrant application, the Steele Dossier, the Trump Russia collusion investigation….

    And the guy has the nerve to say that all this is a political attack by Trump and Sessions!

    Classic sociopath.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Lyn says:

      Your post is excellent. thank you.

      Liked by 2 people

    • He never thought crooked wouldn’t be elected. He didn’t have his stories straight because it didn’t occur to him that he was in danger. As soon as he thought that might be the case it was “oh but I didn’t want you guys to get the wrong idea”. I think that’s referred to as $1 short and a day late. McCabe has been doing this for so long it absolutely never occurred to him that he’d have to pay the piper. What is his only strategy now? “We’re going to sue Pres Trump and members of the administration”. I’m not sure if they’re trolling for $$ on GoFundMe or just looking for sympathy. It doesn’t matter. Even CNN is saying McCabe was fired for cause. Stick a fork in him. He’s done.

      Liked by 3 people

    • jmclever says:

      That was my take as well. The thing is, narcissistic sociopaths really do believe that they are being wrongfully targeted. They really do believe their own delusions of grandeur and that they are righteously justified in all the things they have done. Comey is pretty much the same. Ultimately, it will be their mutual undoing as the blame each other and try to prove to us that they are really as honorable as they believe themselves to be.

      Liked by 2 people

      • littleanniesfannie says:

        Excellent Cliff’s!

        Do you suppose the reason that Mueller used the NY office was because it had worked so well for Andy and his best bud JimmyBoy?? Please let there be some honest agents in that NY office that come forward soon!


      • Karl Kastner says:

        Agreed on Comey too. They actually believe that others can’t detect their dishonesty. I watched him hedge his answers during his testimony, and knew he was hiding something. My impression of Sessions was polar opposite. No hedging, assertion of facts, and confidence of no wrongdoing. Easy.

        I would like to hear Strzok testify.


    • David A says:

      Karl, excellent post. MSM version, “McCabe was misleading, not forthcoming, etc…


    • bayoukiki says:

      The leaks were to WSJ


  11. xcontra says:

    Detail #318: McCabe is a total snake to EVERYBODY except HRC. He is the Artie Piscano of the FBI.


  12. John says:

    You can’t charge Flynn with lying to the FBI and not McCabe. He is completely screwed while Flynn now has a defense since McCabe is a sneaky bastard. Guess who the defense is going to put on the stand.


  13. Lyn says:

    There is no mention of this story on CNN’s website and over on The Washington Post’s website you have to scroll way down – past an article about clipping wings on migratory birds – to find a brief article that says McCabe ‘mislead’ investigators.

    This lack of reporting – as if it didn’t happened – should be just as big of a story as the story itself.

    Liked by 7 people

  14. Jimbo says:

    2.There is nothing concealed that will not be disclosed, or hidden that will not be made known. 3 What you have said in the dark will be heard in the daylight, and what you have whispered in the ear in the inner rooms will be proclaimed from the roofs.Luke 12:2,3

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  15. Mike says:

    If any of your liberal “friends” tell you the McCabe investigation is BS challenge them to read the full IG report. Only 30 some pages.

    McCabe has been exposed as a bad liar. His lies are recorded, there are multiple witnesses, and multiple documents. Not pretty. To quote an asshole, McCabe is done “six ways to Sunday.”

    The only value Comey had to the left was they thought he could take down Trump. Instead, Comey’s book is an embarrassment that falls WELL short of that mark. It damages Comey more than Trump.

    Comey and McCabe are both too arrogant to figure this out at the moment.

    I would not want to be either of them. The IG IS HONEST and is doing a REAL investigation, unlike what Comey, McCabe and Strzok did with HRC & Co. That tells me there are still honest FBI.

    I believe Comey and McCabe will be prosecuted for lying and leaking. So they will be attacked from one side, while Lynch, Brennan, Yates, and the other forces of Clinton and BHO will try to discredit and destroy them from the other side. I believe they are guilty of other crimes, and the facts will come out. We will find out if the justice department is honest, if they are prosecuted.

    Comey and McCabe better realize their value to the left is as scapegoats, to protect the rest of the rats. They are about to be kicked to the curb with the rest of the trash by the very people they think are their friends.

    This was a VERY good day so far.

    Let’s pray for the safety of our military, and our military allies who are risking their lives tonight, and for the innocent.

    Liked by 6 people

  16. Charlotte says:

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  17. churchmouse says:

    Howie Carr mentioned on his show today (Friday the 13th) that Sundance (mentioned by name, as well as CTH) has been doing outstanding work on the IG report background.

    There might be even more new readers and commenters here seeking the truth. 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Charlotte says:

    Thomas Paine
    ‏ @Thomas1774Paine
    4h4 hours ago

    The McClatchy Co. reported a third quarter loss of $238.9 million last year and losses in every quarter. Now they say Cohen was in Prague? No wonder you’re leaking cash like Bill Clinton in a whore house.
    19 replies 148 retweets 279 likes


  19. Charlotte says:

    Comey & Mueller Ignored McCabe’s Ties to Russian Crime Figures & His Reported Tampering in Russian FBI Cases, Files



    • Charlotte says:

      One agent who helped comb through the clues and suspects said FBI agents combed numerous internal databases looking for suspects and noticed something strange. When referencing files and suspect database entries in Kyrgyzstan and the Chechen Republic, it appeared the FBI task force ASAC McCabe had already conducted many of the investigative sweeps in two countries linked heavily with Russia.

      When FBI agents looked at the U.S finances of the Tsarnaevs, including their parents, McCabe too had apparently already accessed the files or looked at the brothers as suspects.

      “McCabe always seemed one step ahead of the search,” the FBI agent said. “But he never shared any leads with us and we were working days without sleep. I still don’t understand why he was accessing one database at all, why a supervisor would be in there. That’s perfectly fine for a SSA (Supervisory Special Agent) but not a boss.”

      The FBI agent would not disclose the name of the database in question but said after more than a decade working high-profile FBI cases they had never seen a highly-placed FBI brass access that particular database which was reserved for case agents.

      “Whole thing was bizarre,” the FBI agent said.

      Bizarre perhaps. But not unprecedented in FBI annals. This was right out of the Robert Hanssen trade-craft.

      Robert Philip Hanssen, the former FBI brass who spied for Soviet and Russian intelligence services.

      For over 22 years, Hanssen rose through the FBI ranks, selling U.S. intelligence secrets from 1979 to 2001. He is currently serving 15 consecutive life sentences at a federal supermax prison in Colorado.

      Hanssen too was often caught by agents overstepping his bounds and access, looking at all things Russia the FBI was involved in whether he was permitted to do so or not.

      Asking whether McCabe is another Hanssen is really a question best reserved for Comey and Mueller, who were supposed to clamp down on the ability of anyone in the FBI going rogue and accessing Intel in such a sweeping manner, absent setting off internal red flags, alarm bells, and compliance audits.

      Both Mueller and Comey clearly failed. It appears, sources said, like Hanssen, McCabe always seemed to have his fingers in all things Russia the Bureau did. Hanssen worked the same angle for over $1 million in cash and diamonds, working as an inside counterintelligence agent reporting back to Russia the bureau’s moves like any good double-agent should.

      Many agents pondered, what was McCabe’s angle?

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  20. jello333 says:

    The title of this report is:

    “A Report of Investigation of Allegations Relating to Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe”

    Or… wait… NO, the title is actually:

    “A Report of Investigation of Certain Allegations Relating to Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe”

    Oh, so are they saying there’ll be MORE “allegations relating to” McCabe in upcoming reports? Oh oh.

    Liked by 3 people

  21. Charlotte says:

    FBI Official: FBI Agents Threatened Physical Harm to President Trump In Missing FBI Texts & Other “Frightening” Communications


    Liked by 1 person

  22. Charlotte says:

    How Comey Lied About Spying on Trump Tower



  23. noswamp says:

    We are getting close to a big break in this matter and others related to it. Very close.


  24. jmclever says:

    I appreciate the thoroughness of the OIG report and the fact that it leaves no wiggle room for his lying attorneys to cloud the issues. If all the reports on the various actors and issues are this thorough, no amount of media spin can derail them.

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  25. TMonroe says:

    I anticipate those congress people who stuck up fo McCabe and implied he was being unfairly trewsted by the administration as part of a Nixonian coverup will change their tune loudly, right?


  26. Pyrthroes says:

    In length and detail, this resolutely incriminating IG Report on a back-office functionary is but a launch-pad for addressing not only the Deep State’s crony camarata of Brennan-Clapper-Comey but the Gangrenous Administration’s pervasive partisan-political corruption.

    At root, this was –and remains– Chicago gangsters’ Grand Theft scheme to rake-off tens-of-million dollars under color of sleazebag taqiyya Muslump/Marxisant poseurs incited by murderous terrorists. Ayers and Dohrn aside, Mueller and Comey became FBI heads only subject to blackmail-extortion by the Kennedy Family mafia’s own Massachusetts’ Statehouse “Winter Hill Gang” under serial murderer Whitey Bulger dating from Prohibition times.

    All Rats’ black-racist, gender-bending, brownshirt/red-armband campus-media agitprop and tub thumping dependent advocacy is cover for crony socialism’s divide-and-rule, something-for-nothing, us-against-them agenda, the absolute antithesis of everything the American Nation has defended to the death for centuries. Either citizens of sense-and-sensibility reverse this “dramatic arc” (for Soros’ street theater is all it is), or nine of ten will join Rat guttersnipes in the ethical-moral-spiritual sewers inhabited by WJC, MzBill, and SHD.


  27. ablefox says:

    Blanket pardons for all and fire every crooked DOJ lawyer. Enough.


  28. Karl Kastner says:

    So who is the high-level DOJ official that supposedly called McCabe and told him to have NY FBI stand down on the Clinton Foundation investigation? PADAG Matthew Axelrod?

    I say supposedly, because I don’t believe McCabe’s account of anything. More likely he was already conspiring with higher-ups on suppressing any investigations of Hillary.

    His account appears to be designed to throw the DOJ official under the bus to cover himself. Standard MO for McCabe. DOJ official may or may not have been involved with conspirators.

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  29. Daniel Rhoads says:

    Want to bet that Agent McCabe “rats everybody out including President Obama and Hillary Clinton to save his ass from a long jail term”!! This is why the word “Democrat has rat at the end of the word”!! He could bring the whole thing down, the question is will he go to jail alone or take others with him???! He better have protection or he will have one of those “unsolved deaths the Democrat Party is famous for, right Hillary for he could put her in jail too”????? Let the soap opera begin”””…..


  30. Another Scott says:

    The FBI sure does leak to the press a lot. Wonder when people will step back and contemplate that.


  31. bessie2003 says:

    Having read this OIG report twice now, the thing that stands out is the candor and refreshing plain speak found in the footnotes; this is so encouraging that last week’s worries just kind of vanished and strategic patience is restored.

    Am going to read it one more time, it’s nice to see our tax dollars being put to good use.


  32. Apollo says:

    I missed any material in the OIG or linked above that would be referencing the altered 302s—which would be critical to exonerating LTG Flynn as well as easily the most serious offense McCabe committed. Can anyone point me to that?


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