FBI Vault Release – FBI Requested Data Forensics on Huma Abedin/Clinton Laptop AFTER the 2016 Election, Not Before…

A new release from the FBI Vault on the Hillary Clinton email investigation reveals the Anthony Weiner/Huma Abedin laptop containing Clinton emails (350,000) and Blackberry communications (344,000) was never reviewed for intrusion prior to the 2016 election.

Here’s how we discover. However, first, the frustrating context:

From the Boston Marathon bombing investigation through the San Bernardino terrorist attack; passing the Garland, Texas cartoon terror shooting; and continuing through Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub; and then through the Parkland shooting and into Las Vegas -via the Mandalay Bay- we always knew something was wrong with the apparatus, the institutional apparatus, of the FBI… but it wasn’t until 2017 with James Comey, Andrew McCabe and the transparently corrupt Clinton exoneration and candidate Trump set-up scheme that we fully grasped the scale and scope of the corruption.

It is disconcerting to accept that the institution of the FBI is corrupt, soup-to-nuts, including every aforementioned field office and participant therein.  But reality doesn’t care about feelings; it just stares you in the face until we accept it.

Talking heads always approach the issue with a co-dependent and enabling qualifier: “we’re not talking about the field agents”, they say.  Um, no; that’s nonsense.  If the institution is corrupt, then every entity within it is corrupt – until such time as the corruption is removed.

Enter FBI Director Christopher Wray…

FBI Director Wray seems like an affable person who is, by all reasonable evaluations, entirely way-over-his-head in dealing with the systemic rot, cancer and corruption.

Sound harsh?  Go back and WATCH the post IG report (Clinton email investigation) press conference; it’s not harsh.   It takes a particular kind of corruption manager to stand in front of a national audience and tell the world there was no bias in the Clinton email investigation… yet, he’s going to put every employee of the FBI through “bias training”?

Yeah, un huh.

No bias… but everyone needs bias training.  Gotcha.

Perhaps a more nonsensical statement was declared somewhere…. but I couldn’t remember one… until…. well, until the same DOJ/FBI released the FISA application constructed by the institution of the FBI.  This is where we read:

Page #2. They say: “The target of this application [Carter Page] is an agent of a foreign power”. [emphasis mine]

Page #4. The FBI spell out their definition of a “foreign agent” — basically, somebody who KNOWINGLY engages in clandestine intelligence activities for a foreign power, or who KNOWINGLY conspires with others to do the same.

Then in the very next paragraph: “This application targets Carter Page. The FBI believes Page has been the subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian Government” [again emphasis mine].

How the heck can Carter Page be a “foreign agent” who “knowingly engaged in” activities “for a foreign power“, but at the same time be a “target for recruitment” by the same foreign power?

Insert flares shooting out the eyes of normies lighting up the sky with unified and exasperated declarations of: “Co-Dependent No More”.  The whole damn institution of the FBI is corrupt as hell.

Meanwhile we have the affable FBI Director Christopher Wray managing the corruption.  Key word “managing“.  He’s not confronting it… he’s not removing it… he’s managing it.  In essence, he’s a useful idiot for the corrupt interests of the DC swamp.

So that’s the backdrop for yet another heavily redacted {{eyeroll}} FBI vault release today on FBI records relating to the Clinton non-investigation:

(Page #15)

From this page (15): The day after the 2016 election Peter Strzok is asking the FBI forensics data lab to run an intrusion analysis of Huma Abedin’s laptop hard drive.

(Page #16)

From This Page (16):  The day after the 2016 election specific instructions to look for “evidence of intrusion” in the laptop of Huma Abedin.

(Page #17)

From This Page (17): The day after the election the FBI is requesting data forensics to identify intrusions into the Huma Abedin laptop.  Special instructions include the forensics lab to keep a list of anyone who sees this information, keep track of the FBI personnel doing this work, and tell the case agent who they are.

Then comes the kicker….  Remember, THIS IS NOVEMBER 9th, 2016, the DAY AFTER the presidential election. 

Item 4.4: “List any previous efforts to analyze this evidence”:  “None”

The FBI never looked at the Anthony Weiner/Huma Abedin laptop, which contained 100% of Clinton emails and blackberry text messages, for intrusion or security breaches PRIOR TO the election.

REMEMBER THE IG REPORT?  Reading Chapter 11 of the IG Report the content of the Inspector General report as it relates to the laptop device.  Consider this from page #388 (emphasis mine):

Midyear agents obtained a copy of the Weiner laptop from NYO immediately after the search warrant was signed on October 30.

The laptop was taken directly to Quantico where the FBI’s Operational Technology Division (OTD) began processing the laptop. The Lead Analyst told us that given the volume of emails on the laptop and the difficulty with de-duplicating the emails that “at least for the first few days, the scale of what we’re doing seem[ed] really, really big.”

Strzok told us that OTD was able “to do some amazing things” to “rapidly de-duplicate” the emails on the laptop, which significantly lowered the number of emails that the Midyear team would have to individually review. Strzok stated that only after that technological breakthrough did he begin to think it was “possible we might wrap up before the election.” (pg 388)

FBI Agent Peter Strzok, the lead investigative authority in the Hillary Clinton MYE (Mid-Year-Exam), is explaining to the IG how they were able to process an exhaustive volume of emails (350,000) and Blackberry communications (344,000) in a few days; [Oct 30 to Nov 5, 2016]

Now, how does that square with the laptop being turned over to FBI forensics on November 9th, 2016?

(Page #18)

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WATCH:

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810 Responses to FBI Vault Release – FBI Requested Data Forensics on Huma Abedin/Clinton Laptop AFTER the 2016 Election, Not Before…

  1. thedoc00 says:

    Playing devils advocate, hate to ask the obvious:
    “…was never reviewed for intrusion prior to the 2016 election.”

    Any competent defense would state, this is not evidence the computer was not analyzed only that it was not analyzed “for intrusion”. So, where is the evidence the contents of the computer was not examined? More evidence is apparently needed and hopefully exists, such as the logs of the analysts doing the work.

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    • Dixie T says:

      4.4 states: List any previous attempts or efforts to analyze this evidence. (The “evidence” being the laptop.) And the FBI’s response is: “None.” (4.4 does not mention “intrusion.”)

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  2. Chewbarkah says:

    Note the contradiction between Item 3.2 (“Image of one hard drive from a laptop computer”), and 4.6 (Single hard drive”). Which is it? A copy (image) or the original physical drive from the Weiner laptop? 3.2 indicates he provided a copy. Would this be adequate for definitive intrusion analysis compared to the entire laptop?

    Given Strzok’s claims that he and a specific team went through emails pre-election, with the help of FBI forensic wizards to match out messages they already had versus new ones, his claim on the form about prior investigation of the device (“None”) is hard to square. Was all the earlier work done on a different device or image than the one he is turning in? Sounds to me like any offending evidence of intrusion had already been removed from the “image” he was tuning in.

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    • bentley1blog says:

      This creepy Peter Strzok certainly is not of this earth.

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    • Zippy says:

      “Would this be adequate for definitive intrusion analysis compared to the entire laptop?”

      Yes, however if Weiner ever left his laptop unattended for a period of time, physical access to it would have allowed methods of compromise that would not be detectable on the hard drive platters or an image of them.

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      • 7delta says:

        All Huma (and/or Weiner) had to do was give her/his password to the relevant email account to a foreign entity, like her MB associates, for access. I’m wouldn’t call being given a key to the front door an “intrusion” and the examiners probably wouldn’t either, so there would be no intrusion. Of course, it’s loophole semantics and the constant re-definition of words. It always is.

        If the Weiner laptop contains the kind of horrific stuff Prince said, intrusion is only a one issue among many very big ones.

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        • Zippy says:

          Very true and not even necessarily “give” their password to a foreign entity, just make grossly insufficient efforts to create a secure one or to protect it – giving it to others.

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        • Chewbarkah says:

          The fact that Weiner had Hillary’s secret files on his sexting platform is all that is needed for conviction of the grossest gross negligence in world history. Weiner had arranged for all the files in Huma’s Blackberry, and who knows what else, to be synched via Bluetooth/saved to the laptop. That is not a secure situation at all, and there is no way to tell what other devices were synching the data at the same time.

          Prior to when Weiner’s lawyers turned the laptop over to the NYPD, Huma told the FBI they had no other computer or communication devices. She either lied, or was oblivious to giving tons of classified and other government information to an internet sexting manic.
          GUILTY. The laptop is Exhibit A. Nothing else required.

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          • 7delta says:

            Maybe the feds should check with Weiner’s buddy, Awan, about who was synched to whom…oh, that’s right, they let him go and immunized him from prosecution of any non-violent crimes he’s ever committed prior to the ruling. If the feds didn’t wring every last piece of knowledge from this guy before they let him go, everyone of them should be charged with obstruction of justice and a host of other crimes.

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          • JX says:

            The SoS is responsible for the security of her email/documents. Those email/documents were found on Weiner’s electronics. It doesn’t matter how they got there, the SoS is responsible. Why hasn’t she been charged? Also, Weiner illegally possessed SoS email/documents. Why hasn’t he been charged?

            What is wrong with the AG? What the hell is wrong with this clown?! Is he in a coma?

            Jeff Sessions is corrupt to the core.

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            • Dixie T says:

              I do believe that I read that Huma Abedin had told IG Horowitz that she forwarded all those emails to her laptop “as a backup.”

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          • DJ says:

            I want to see heads roll in the DOJ and the FBI, any other departments involved in this corruption.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Depends on if the laptop had more than one drive or not. If the emails (or .psts) were stored on a secondary drive (e.g. lappie had SSD as sysdisc and everything else goes on to data drive – which makes it easier to pull the drive and run), it’s more difficult to see if the system was hacked, as all the “interesting” (in terms of penetration) files are on the system and boot partitions.

        I won’t even go into stuff like bitlocker, encrypted email, and other tools they SHOULD have been using, because I doubt that they used them. And bleach bit is not the panacea they keep saying it is.

        And leaving a laptop, or any type of PC unattended, with no locking applied is computercide – and, at many places I’ve worked, grounds for immediate termination.
        (That, of course, depends on the sensitivity of said data, and on the WienerMobile, said sensitivity was infinity-1…).

        What astonishes me about the huge pack of infected rats in the Klintoon/&Oslashbozo part of the swamp is the sheer carelessness (pride?) with highly-sensitive material and equipment; and they NEVER (it seems) are held to task for it.

        And before any Keebler-haters pop up, this malfeasance and carelessness by the swampians should have been discovered in 2009, if not clear back in Arkansas.

        Though perhaps it was: dead admins/whistleblowers tell no tales…

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        • Mary Wilson says:

          The Clintons used black slave labor in Arkansas. Exactly who would they have told who would have believed them?

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        • PS says:

          Most laptops now only have 1 hard drive, which may be logically partitioned into several drives in the OS. Weiner does not strike me as the technologically savvy individual who would be swapping out his own hardware.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Depends on the size of the laptop, and what generation. Newer lappies use M.2 format drives connected via PCIE, which allows for very high data rates (and very high costs, but they’re coming down). The normal slot would then be occupied by either a larger SSD running at SATA3 (600) or a “spinning rust” drive, usually one or two TB. Larger than that are rare indeed.

            For older laptops, anything smaller than 16″ or 17″ diagonal, having a second disk means giving up an optical drive, or even a spare battery, if so equipped. 17 and up (desktop replacement) usually have a second (even if undocumented) 2.5″ drive bay, and, if you’re lucky, an M.2 slot, to boot (or to boot from).

            Depending on the make of the lappie, swapping out a hard drive isn’t difficult at all. This whole topic was covered before in the Las Vegas threads, where Paddock was apparently “driveless in Vegas”….

            The “ifixit” site (as well as Gargle” has a lot of infos on drive swapping, etc. Having said that, Apple and the various UltraBooks make life a tad more difficult…

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        • truthseeker39525 says:

          Cuppa, good post. I think the word for the situation “the sheer carelessness (pride?)” ….. is ARROGANCE.

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    • Concerned says:

      Here is reality, broken clusters or chains should have been found and printed. In short, files marked for deletion by the OS for reuse.

      They should have a number of fragments. Some printable, some not. When you see, HHD without this. Then something is wrong. PERIOD.

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  3. pnj01 says:

    Wray worked for Comey from 2003 to 2005. During tha time, he supervised the DOJ Criminal Division including the Enron Task Force headed by Andrew Weissman. Why was he ever nominated to succeed Comey? Head scratcher.

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  4. Zippy says:

    “It is disconcerting to accept that the institution of the FBI is corrupt, soup-to-nuts, including every aforementioned field office and participant therein.”

    A fish rots from the head down as the saying goes. I’m sure the vast majority of field agents are good people wanting to do things right, but if they are told “don’t go there” by their chain of command in an effort by their “superiors” to intentionally NOT properly investigate down a path that would lead them to an answer they don’t want, what are they going to do? You’d hope they’d leak the info.

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    • youme says:

      I know at least 3 of those FBI “field agents”. Sorry to say I would not trust them with my children and I would never go to them for help.

      Here is another field agent

      https://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-standoff/2018/07/indicted_fbi_agents_flippant_r.html

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    • Mark says:

      Not from my experience. They cover for each other, they know when another agent does something wrong but they won’t say anything about it, they don’t do the right thing, they break regulations and laws, the list goes on. I have a huge distrust of anyone from the FBI now. I’d vote to disband the entire bureau along with the DOJ.

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      • formerdem says:

        yes, can its functions be moved somewhere else? Same for DoJ. They have screwed up, conniving at a coup. Can their functions be distributed somewhere? Sure they are a historic department but they have made a once-in-200-years screwup setting themselves against the people. For this you get your department broken up.

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        • Mary Wilson says:

          Federal Marshalls, perhaps?

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        • truthseeker39525 says:

          It seems to me that the underlying problem is that if you have a person (AG) or group (DOJ/FBI) that is THE path for running a criminal investigation, and IF that person or group is corrupt, then there is NO-ONE to investigate or prosecute them.
          Having a corrupt Attorney General (Holder, Lynch) and some corrupt people at FBI and the National Security group at DOJ (who were ‘off-limits’ to the IG per the orders of Lynch), they have free reign to do as they please, as there is no-one, and no way to hold them accountable. That is what HildeBeast and Obama set up, and the stink spread from there.
          Abolishing the FBI and setting up a new organization simply moves the situation to the new organization.
          I believe that Warren Buffet once said that “Invest only in a company that a fool can run, because sooner or later a fool will run it.” In this case, replace the word ‘fool’ with ‘crook’…. but we are all ‘invested’ in it, whether we like it or not.
          Someone with better organization skills than me should devise a system within DOJ where ALL the people there have some type of person keeping an eye out that things are being run honestly. Perhaps that is what the IG is supposed to to, but it seems that for a long time, their eyes were closed, or they were simply told to “keep their nose out of it or be fired.” After all, the Obama administration had done it before.

          Link: https://oversight.house.gov/report/the-firing-of-the-inspector-general-for-the-corporation-for-national-and-community-service/

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    • Dixie T says:

      If ANY FBI Agents did what they were told to do by those who had authority over them—-and if those rank and file Agents KNEW that it was WRONG, but did it anyway—-then they are JUST AS GUILTY as those who ordered them to do such things!!!

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  5. Kaden Cheng says:

    I’m still having trouble with the talking heads repeatedly saying that the majority of the FBI are honest and hard-working when there hasn’t been a single public whistle-blower.

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    • TruthIsLight says:

      Actually there are several whistle blowers at FBI, check for your self.

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      • Zippy says:

        “Actually there are several whistle blowers at FBI, check for your self.”

        Not enough on key issues that I suspect are incredibly damning like, for instance, the contents of Weiner’s laptop and Huma Abedin’s laptop left in a phone booth by Imran Awan after he knew he was being investigated which she screamed to get back.

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    • Zippy says:

      True – where’s our 21st century Deep Throat? HOWEVER, consider what level HE was at in the FBI – Associate Director.

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      • formerdem says:

        our 21st century deep throat is Peter Strozk, namely, a person with a grudge who sets himself to eliminate the president. Mark Felt was not a whistleblower. He was a man with a grievance on behalf of his agency, because Nixon was mean to Hoover. Thatś what drove him – he wanted to bring down a president who didn’t treat the FBI nicely. Punished him.

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    • pnj01 says:

      We have all heard there are several FBI agents ready to blow whistles, but the delay goes on. Is the Congressional Recess going to get a lot more interesting once the Senate joins the House in the hinterlands? I’m hoping that bombshells will be released and then the RINOs and Democrats will hurry back to DC and be confronted with a very active hearings schedule that will make their presence in DC de rigeur. That is the only sensible reason for the continued silence. A guy can hope, right?

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      • snellvillebob says:

        I heard there are more than 20 but all want Congress to subpoena them so they will get free government paid lawyers. The are watching what Mueller is doing to Manafort.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Makes sense. We need pro bono patriot lawyers and crowd source funding.

          Are you really from Snellville where everybody is somebody?

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        • formerdem says:

          which is why Mueller is doing it imo. Also imo that is why Hillary threatens to run. Even a tiny but credible chance of that witch returning to power, would deter a whistleblower. She knows that. Same with Holder. He has little little chance of being president. But he is scaring people by trying to raise a tiny possibility he will be in place to punish. Which is why we need felony proved against them both. And why the Donkeys will fight it with ALL they have. IMO

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      • According to sheryl attkinson in a radio interview, Congress is stonewalling the whistleblowers. It is also Congress, along with the FBI, who does not want this all to come out. I have no problem believing that. The MOC I would personally trust can be counted on one hand.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          This was my guess. So whistleblowers waiting for congressional subpoenas to get free lawyers will be waiting til he’ll freezes over.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          This was my guess. So whistleblowers waiting for congressional subpoenas to get free lawyers will be waiting til hell freezes over.

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      • Because they get their lives destroyed and live in fear for their lives and anyone’s that they care about for that matter. They want more protection. Who can they safely report to that would fix it? Word is that they want to Trump’s admin to protect them if they come forward and subpoenas for the same reason. People that talk about this kind of thing end up committing suicide sometimes in the back of the head with a long gun or twice in the head… a lot of the time it’s murder suicide and their entire family is found dead. This isn’t something to take lightly and is much worse than most can imagine.

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        • truthseeker39525 says:

          Well Said, SJT!
          With the Agency, the Congress, AND the Press ALL cooperating to keep the evildoing hidden, WHO could you blow the whistle TO? And certainly you would become ‘known’ to the Arkancide Machine, then your life, you spouse’s life, and your children’s lives would be forfeit. We are dealing with a ruthless criminal organization (HildeBeast Group) here, and no-one willing to go after them.

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    • Again I ask, “Where are the whistleblowers?” Why has NOT ONE AGENT come forward? We’ve all heard about the”20 or so agents who want to be subpoenaed” – wheree’s the subpoenas and why are any coming forward? Isn’t this important enough for Congress to accommodate them if true? Sorry NO ONE FROM DOJ OR FBI HAS COME FORWARD to uphold the oath of their office and disclose corruption/criminality among their ranks. They are all complicit in my mind until they do so. The FBI have shown us repeatedly at Ruby Ridge, Bundy Ranch, Waco and the like they are the police of the state and UNTOUCHABLE. None of this has been lost on the American people.

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      I have the same problem, Kaden. Where are the whistleblowers? Sara Carter says that they need subpoenas and they don’t appear to be getting subpoenas. Why not? What is wrong with the Senate and House? They are just supposed to show up and talk about all the corruption without protection. As a retiree of a government agency, I know they need subpoenas to talk. We had strict restrictions about talking. Otherwise they will lose their jobs.

      About the corruption of the whole FBI, remember the 5 year and out program started by Mueller? Mueller made anyone who wasn’t promoted in 5 years leave the FBI. That would leave only the kiss asses still working in the FBI.

      The whole organization is rotten from the top down.

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      • Mary Morse says:

        …Otherwise they will lose their jobs.”…

        Who would want to work for such a corrupt organization anyway? #FBIwalkaway

        We pay these people, and they can’t even help us clean it up for fear of losing their paychecks? They were well payed for long careers. They don’t have enough saved to cover a career transition? Really? Give me a break.

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        • NJ Transplant says:

          You’re pretty cavalier about someone else losing their livelihood. The Senate and House should just give them subpoenas. You would be surprised how many jobs require that people can’t leak.

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          • Mary Morse says:

            Sometimes asking difficult and unpopular questions costs individuals their positions within an organization. Move on. Find something in better alignment with ones ethics. I don’t advocate for violating non-disclosure agreements or leaking.

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          • sturmudgeon says:

            Actually… IMO, if one is in a ‘job/career’ that (supposedly) demands an oath to ‘serve the people of the U.S.A., then keeping that ‘job/career’ by ignoring that oath because of a fear of losing that job/career… one has not much character.
            “THE ONLY THING NECESSARY FOR THE TRIUMPH OF EVIL, IS FOR GOOD MEN TO DO NOTHING”
            This excuse of the fear of losing a job is a poor one for an agent who is supposed to be protecting the American people.

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    • MSO says:

      There are no ‘whistleblowers’ because these guys are afraid of losing their jobs. Forget all the soldiers, sailors and Marines whose jobs demand that they wager their very lives for about 1/10 of the pay; can’t lose the government cushion.

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      • farrier105 says:

        There’s a statute or regulation that forbids disclosure, including YEARS after employment. You get $10,000 fine and 5 years in stir for telling anything to the public. They make sure you understand that, too, when you leave. If you stay in an atmosphere like that, there’s a danger of emerging from the experience with a dead conscience, and that is a real problem.

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    • Mark says:

      The bureau shuts down whistle blowers as much as possible with retaliation. It’s very hard to be a whistle blower. I talked to a few people about why they didn’t come forward about things that were wrong and they all said they feared reprisal. They saw it firsthand. I experienced it. Unless you’re rich, you can’t fight the gov’t. Look at the news of those who are currently in legal battles from the swamp. Look at all those people who had the IRS/FBI/DOJ/etc show up at their doorstep during the Obama years.

      On top of that every agent I ever met is in lock step with management. You think field agents are good guys? Research about when Obama shut the gov’t down and armed Park Rangers escorted elderly visitors out of the park. They rounded them up, put them on a bus, and kept them there until they deemed it okay to let them go. Yeah. Lock step.

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      • Maquis says:

        They locked them in the park motel and wouldn’t allow them to step out into the parking lot to see if they could see any of the sights from their false imprisonment.

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  6. Hillyard says:

    If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck and looks like a duck, it’s probably a duck. How much more evidence of corruption is needed to determine the FBI is corrupt? None. The issue is who is going to do something about it. Wray and Sessions the two who should be doing the clean up are a couple of stuffed suit eunuchs

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  7. Zippy says:

    Why is SECRET/NOFORN crossed out in “potential classification” section? Was that material present but removed before intrusion analysis? Also, the Clinton emails actually analyzed (minus at least 33k of them wiped) included ones so classified (TS/SCI/TK/NOFORN) that the investigator had to be read into a compartmentalized program because his TS clearance wasn’t high enough, so if Clinton’s email were echoed on Weiner laptop, that’s the highest level that should have been on it, not “mere” SECRET/NOFORN. Were the 33k wiped emails also on the Weiner laptop?

    The Spy Satellite Secrets in Hillary’s Emails
    These weren’t just ordinary secrets found in Clinton’s private server, but some of the most classified material the U.S. government has.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-spy-satellite-secrets-in-hillarys-emails

    Also, there’s nothing “amazing” about being able to rapidly de-duplicate the emails. What would be amazing is an ability to analyze them in a short time for evidence of criminal behavior of the Clinton Foundation… but they weren’t looking for that of course and were almost certainly were using keyword searches to find what they were looking for… whatever that was. I seem to recall the keyword search claim by the FBI being mentioned sometime back.

    Also on the laptop, according to Erik Prince who had sources inside the NYPD:

    https://www.breitbart.com/radio/2016/11/04/erik-prince-nypd-ready-make-arrests-weiner-case/

    “The amount of garbage that they found in these emails, of criminal activity by Hillary, by her immediate circle, and even by other Democratic members of Congress was so disgusting they gave it to the FBI, and they said, ‘We’re going to go public with this if you don’t reopen the investigation and you don’t do the right thing with timely indictments,’” Prince explained.

    “I believe – I know, and this is from a very well-placed source of mine at 1PP, One Police Plaza in New York – the NYPD wanted to do a press conference announcing the warrants and the additional arrests they were making in this investigation, and they’ve gotten huge pushback, to the point of coercion, from the Justice Department, with the Justice Department threatening to charge someone that had been unrelated in the accidental heart attack death of Eric Garner almost two years ago. That’s the level of pushback the Obama Justice Department is doing against actually seeking justice in the email and other related criminal matters,” Prince said.

    —–

    NOTE that his mention of the DOJ’s threat about Eric Garner was BEFORE this was confirmed in released emails, lending some credibility to the rest of his claims. This is likely why Prince has recently been targeted by the Mueller investigation – to shut him up.

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    • pnj01 says:

      The Leftist NYC Establishment is now putting out more nonsense about Eric Garner. Dems desperately need to mobilize the Black Base for November, so Eric, the Cigarette Selling Waif is being trotted out again. QUERY: why wasn’t the Cop (Pantaleone, I believe) indicted by Cuomo’s NY State or Obama’s Federal Government back in 2014? 2015? 2016? Only now that De Blasio can blame Trump in an Election Year is this hoary fraud being perpetrated. They are even resurrecting the fraud that the forceful arrest “was just for selling cigarette loosies.” No, it was for resisting arrest. Garner wasn’t surprised that one could get arrested for selling loosies. WHY? Because, it would have been his ninth arrest for that misdemeanor. He had three or four other cases for selling loosies still pending in Staten Island Criminal Court at the time of his arrest. He knew the drill and had taken his prior arrests in stride. Why that day did he resist arrest? What are cops supposed to do when a guy 100 pounds heavier and with several inches in arm length more than they have decides he does not want to follow a lawful command?

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        That guy was taken down harder than a Jimmy Superfly Snuka flying leap on an opponent. At most, he deserved a ticket and told to take a walk.

        I’m in New York and that stupidity served no damn purpose. Shoot, in NYC you can be caught with weed on the street and they’ll take it and step on it and let you walk. That’s the reality of how extreme this was handled on Staten Island.

        Of course, they’re going to use Eric Garner at election time. The Dems are self-destructing and losing the support of the black community who realize they are treated worse than illegal aliens.

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        • pnj01 says:

          Yeah, I saw the video. I also KNOW Eric Garner had taken eight prior arrests for selling untaxed cigarettes and that this was his ninth Tax Law Violation arrest for the same conduct. Four of the eight were still pending. When ANYONE is arrested repeatedly for the same conduct, they know that they are going to go to the precinct house, then to the courthouse, etc. Garner knew that and he probably also knew that black folk were more and more active over the country over police brutality issues, so he pushed back. They tried to put cuffs on him and he pushed back. He was almost twice the size of Pantaleone and his partner. So, they escalated.

          As to enforcement of loosie cigarette taxation versus marijuana enforcemnt in NYC, two differences. First, it was 2014, not 2018 and DeBlasio had till not tried to decriminalize Pot back then. More importantly,Democrats are addicted to taxes. So, a person who evades taxes–even if cigarette related taxes–offends a real Democrat.

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      • Tall Texan says:

        Yupp, they are corrupted by the luxurious gubmint pensions they receive. They won’t come forward because they covet the lifetime security that WE THE PEOPLE pay for.

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    • sedge2z says:

      Didn’t Eric Gardner have his friend / acquaintance record the scuffle and arrest?

      That video was to be a great lawsuit if Eric hadn’t up & died. Was my thinking.

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  8. Tulips Moran says:

    When Sara Carter broke the news regarding the FISA warrant I started asking, “Where’s the whistleblowers?” No one – NOT ONE AGENT – has come forward to call out the corruption and criminal behavior regarding the FBI/DOJ warrants and surveillance of a Presidential candidate. Whether they like Trump or not, by virtue of their oath of office, EACH FBI AGENT is charged with the responsibility to come forward even if its against their own leadership. But no agent has come forward. How corrupt can the FBI be that whistleblowers are not coming forward? Are their lives threatened? Are their families threatened? Who would hold such power? We must DEMAND the dismantling of the FBI and reorganization of the DOJ. Otherwise, folks its just a matter of time before they “compose” evidence against all of their political opponents making free speech a thing of the past.

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    • kuhnkat says:

      While I don’t completely believe all the stories of people being murdered by the Clinton’s and others I also don’t totally discount them. The FBI agents would have a better idea than us whether they are true or not.

      They might not be JUST worried about financial issues with lawyers.

      Who wants to be first target??

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    • Max Tadpol says:

      Co-signed.

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  9. Brock Russell says:

    Isn’t a little bit much that the Weiner materials icluding US government records cannot be disclosed under FOIA because of National Security when the GRU no doubt, the Chinese, the Iranians, the North Koreans and you name it probably have full access to these same documents for years?

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    • Zippy says:

      What was it, they think that probably six entities looked at Clinton’s server? National Security excuses are, as we all know, used primarily to hide incompetence and bad behavior.

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    • Max Tadpol says:

      Worse than that, FOIA redactions are evidence of negligent or criminal behavior. Otherwise, why redact, except to CYA?

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    • Mary Morse says:

      The hill/billys opened the door. IMO, with further investigation we’ll find out that they were paid for the information. Worst case of espionage and treason in our history, IMO.

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    • sedge2z says:

      Dear China, Iran, North Korea, etc,
      If you’re listening, please send back a copy of Hillary’s missing e-mails.
      Thank you and have a Nice Day,
      PDJT and Your American Neighbors
      peace out

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  10. jeans2nd says:

    Please recall that there was an IG Report that said there was definitely an intrusion, reportedly by China, into the Clinton email server. Not the DOJ IG, the Intel IG, Charles McCullough. McCullough was threatened for his efforts and was reportedly the first on Crooked Hillary’s list to be fired.
    Anyway, if Clinton’s email server def had an intrusion, is it not logical that attached devices would have had an intrusion as well? Attached devices would include the Abedin laptop.
    How is it that the Abedin laptop has not been reported to have had an intrusion?

    A slightly off-topic question, speaking of institutional corruption.
    Sen Dianne Feinstein had a Chinese operative in her office for 20 years, while Senator Feinstein was Head of/Majority Member of the Senate Intel Cmte.
    CIA head John Brennan was spying on the Senate Intel Cmte.
    How is it that super-sleuth Brennan never noticed the presence of a Chinese spy in Senator Feinstein’s office?
    And how, in 20 years, FBI counter-intel never caught Senator Feinstein’s Chinese spy?

    They are all corrupt. Every last one of them. Every last institution in Washington D.C. and their field offices, Including, until now Thank You Jesus, the Office of the President of the United States.
    How have we been so blessed?
    “Having disarmed principalities and powers, He made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them in it.” Col 2:15

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  11. Ed Hyatt says:

    The two tear system of justice should frighten us all.

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  12. Marko says:

    why are Peter Strzok and Bruce Ohr still working for the federal government? Can anyone explain this? I recall that “white hat” Bill Preistep was going to blow the lid off this whole thing. I know he testified but it appears it didn’t reveal anything….this is maddening.

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    • snellvillebob says:

      One trace is to a email in which Strzok was listed as a section chief, a title that is used by the CIA but not the FBI or DOJ. So the rational goes that the FBI cannot fire a member of the CIA so he is still employed.
      Another is he is SES (Senior Executive Service) which has an additional payroll on top of normal government salaries. This group of about 8500 is also suspected to be mostly the people we call Deep State.

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    • They are SES and cannot be fired. That’s why we’re seeing legislation coming forward to change that.

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      • truthseeker39525 says:

        My understanding, as a regular GS-level (General Schedule) scale Federal civil service employee, was that the SES (Senior Executive Service) pay scale was above that of the ‘GS’ employees, and the SES’ers were paid more money but had LESS ‘Civil Service’ protection under the law. SES’ers were either senior management, or the very top-level scientific people, in our small agency. Yes, they CAN be fired, and more easily than a regular Civil Service employee.

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  13. Why are my comments shadowbaned on TCT? I post and several hours later they are still being moderated yet other postings appear AFTER my postings. What’s up? Censoring comments is the next thing to Twitter and Facebook.

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    • stella says:

      You obviously don’t know what shadow banning is. Your comments are being moderated, which means that they are flagged for review before posting. I don’t know (at the moment) why that is. It could be that another moderator took issue with a comment you made at some point, and put you on the moderation list. It could also be that there is something in your name, IP address or email address that is triggering moderation (TCT uses Akismet for comment moderation and spam protection). The reason why it sometimes takes hours is that a moderator (all volunteers) hasn’t gotten to it yet. It isn’t censoring; it’s moderation. This is a private blog, and comments are controlled by the owners. This isn’t hidden or undisclosed.

      First comments are always in moderation (the “pending” queue) for approval by a moderator. After your first comment is approved, all of them are automatically approved unless flagged in some way – either by a moderator or by Akismet. Comments are then either approved or deleted.

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      • sedge2z says:

        Tulips may have been flagged because of his yelling. I was uncomfortable with his “we must demand…..” but I just figured he was having a bad day. 🙂

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    • stella says:

      It doesn’t appear that you have been intentionally placed on the moderation list by one of our moderators. I honestly don’t know why your comments are landing in the pending queue.

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    • stella says:

      Part of your email address is shared by another person who has been moderated. I made a change that may (or not) fix your moderation problem.

      Please don’t automatically assume that we are a bunch of censors.

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      • truthseeker39525 says:

        Stella, THANK YOU for the time and effort you put in as a VOLUNTEER at CTH!
        I would bet that there’s a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes to keep the wheels turning and the lights on!

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  14. We need to remember all those hard working field agents across the country were asleep at the wheel when the Boston boys did their thing all the way through to the Las Vegas shooting. It’s just become known that for 20 years DiFi’s driver in CA was a China spy and he was allowed to retire 5 years ago. The field office knew all about him but did nothing and kept it quiet to protect her. We may have PDJT’s back but who has our’s?

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  15. 6x47 says:

    This whole fiasco underscores why a law enforcement agency should not be dual purposed as a counterintelligence agency.

    When it concerns Clinton the FBI wears its counterintelligence hat and has zero interest in finding or prosecuting crimes, no matter how egregious. In fact if any are found (and a lot were) they just give the guilty party immunity so he/she can assist in the counterintelligence investigation.

    But when it concerns Trump they put on the law enforcement hat and leave no stone unturned looking for crimes, no matter how long they have to look or how many dry holes they drill.

    An intelligence agency should not have any enforcement powers; a law enforcement agency should not be engaged in intelligence.

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  16. MontanaMel says:

    AMEN.
    Now,
    PASS THE AMMO BOX!

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  17. I guess I don’t understand the significance of this. The way I read this document, Comey was lying through his teeth when he told Congress and the nation, right before the election, that the laptop found in New York contained nothing that they hadn’t already known. This document suggests that they hadn’t even examined the laptop at the time Comey made his statement. What am I missing? This seems like a five-alarm blockbuster, but people seem to be treating it as a Grade 3 yawn.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      You didn’t miss anything other than James “Cardinal” Comey admitting earlier this year that the laptop had in fact not been reviewed of all its data (emails).

      Frankly, we don’t really know who did what and when with that Huma-Weiner laptop. It’s beyond sad how messed up and politicized the senior echelons of our agencies have become and worse, outright weaponized against entire sections of the American public.

      Praise Obama!

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  18. Concerned says:

    It seems to me that we are missing a critical portion of any analysis. All Windows Operating Systems create a great deal of fragmentation. In reality, broken clusters or chains should have been found and printed or reassembled. In short, files marked for deletion by the OS for reuse. It would have been a natural step to have sought help from Microsoft in the reassembly of some, of the word processing archive files.

    We have not seen any signs of fragments on the HHD or any attempt to record such fragmentation, then something is wrong or any communications with Microsoft regarding reassembly, then something is wrong.

    Given that Peter Strzok was involved and the likely hood of this information going unaddressed or an accident producing such a result seems impossible.

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  19. The FBI/DOJ fiasco makes me want to vomit. It gets to the point I don’t want to even read about it anymore. Until Wray, Rosenstein, Mueller and yes even Sessions are fired – nothing will happen. Pray for the President – – – he needs it.

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    • Zippy says:

      “Until Wray, Rosenstein, Mueller and yes even Sessions are fired – nothing will happen.”

      Even if they are fired, which I seriously doubt, there are many, MANY parts of The Swamp who would be eager to hire them at fantastic salaries… AND then nothing will happen. Haven’t at least the people here figured out yet just how HOPELESSLY corrupt the system is? The really sad part is that things WOULDN’T BE hopeless IF a majority of voters realized just how corrupt it is and DEMANDED change, but that’s dreaming the impossible dream.

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  20. RedWhiteandBlueBlood says:

    I’d like nothing more than to see the entire Clinton cover up network behind bars, but there IS a difference between forensics for the purpose of identifying, extracting, and de-duping email and text messages for review, and forensics to determine and confirm if the computer had been compromised as a result of intrusion by bad actor.

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  21. kinthenorthwest says:

    Interesting —-
    Newly Released FBI Docs Show Hillary Clinton’s Lawyers WERE NEGOTIATING EVIDENCE With Obama DOJ
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/08/newly-released-fbi-docs-show-hillary-clintons-lawyers-negotiating-evidence-with-obama-doj/

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  22. Zippy says:

    Page 147 of the mostly empty release, the page on Justin Cooper’s hard drives submitted… with the exception of “certain other data retained” by Williams and Connolly. My oh my oh my did they ever make sure his data would never be seen again after their “analysis” of it.

    MEMO: Who Is Justin Cooper?

    https://gop.com/memo-who-is-justin-cooper

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  23. covfefe999 says:

    The FBI never looked at the Anthony Weiner/Huma Abedin laptop, which contained 100% of Clinton emails and blackberry text messages, for intrusion or security breaches PRIOR TO the election.

    They were so sure, weren’t they, that Crooked was going to win. It makes Trump’s victory all the more delicious. I feel like watching one of those videos of the MSM backtracking and then crying on election night.

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    • Zippy says:

      I prefer not to gloat. Losing the House after the mid-terms will be a very, VERY bad sign – proof that, “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” As indicated by the 2016 popular vote, “some of the people all of the time” would be more accurately defined as 50%.

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  24. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    Thank you all for the wisdom and encouragement i’ve gained here over the past several months. This truly is a blessing and beacon of Hope in a world that is far darker and more evil than I could have imagined a year ago.

    In the opening screen, I’m happy to see the timeless wisdom of our Lord’s Prayer. The two petitions capitalized sum up much of my daily thoughts and prayers for the nation we love.

    Thy will be done. In the positive sense, I take it to mean people live as faithful servants of Him and to each other. Government governs fairly and honestly. Nations treat each other as good neighbors.

    But the heartbreaking reality is so very different.

    Deliver us from evil. From the evil all around us personally and nationally. To protect and defend this land from all enemies, foreign and domestic.

    For me, I have never prayed so much for my country as I have in the past couple of years. And for all of our leaders, local, stste and nationally. To do their work well cannot be easy.

    So Ephesians 6:10-20 come to mind. :12 – For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places. 13: – Therefore take up the whole armor of God…

    It’s good to see many others here contending for the faith and for the greater good.

    May God continue to deliver us from evil.

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  25. Another Scott says:

    “Now, how does that square with the laptop being turned over to FBI forensics on November 9th, 2016?” that’s easy to answer. Strzok is a lyin’ liar.

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  26. Mike diamond says:

    Why is strzok,still with the fbi?????Trump should fire all of them! So Obama corrupted the doj,and the fbi,wow in his 8 years as President he damaged everything from a to z,and he to this day is still smiling about it ! And the liberal news media still acts like he is the greatest dude since sliced bread ! It’s beyond even science fiction,but Obama even tried to throw Israel under the bus in his last days as president,yet no one said anything !it’s a shame!

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  27. Jimmy Jack says:

    Thank you for including incidents (Vegas, Parkland, Oulse etc)?many of us here have brought up only to be smeared as tin foil hat wearers. More people need to recognize what should be patently obvious by now – there’s systemic institutional corruption in the FBI to the point it is now a rogue agency.

    The truth of the matter is the FBI has been completely infiltrated and compromised by the CIA and deep state actors. It is now a tool of the deep state shadow government.

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    • farrier105 says:

      It is pretty hard to call someone a tin foil hat when all you have to do is watch the available footage and see people load RUBBER DUMMIES into yellow wheel barrows and push the dummies around until it is time to give the dummy CPR for the cameras with the dummy’s arms and head flopping about with its eyes open. Then they deny the video was captured in Las Vegas until someone finds the exact curb where the crew parked the wheel barrow.

      Not one shooting victim fell on concrete or asphalt. They all fell on the grass after doing an NFL “Quarterback slide” to make sure the fall didn’t hurt them. It was all ridiculous and another indication of systemic incompetence.

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  28. Jimmy Jack says:

    I’ve always heard NYPD friends complain about how incompetent the FBI is (they hate doing street/warrant work w them) outside of financial crime analysts who work at desks. But this is a completely different kind of awful.

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  29. Richard Daugherty says:

    The FBI and DOJ must be dismantled. They are corrupted.

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  30. Fools Gold says:

    How can we dismantle and rebuild the corrupt FBI and DOJ when “elected” officials are in bed with both?

    That question just blows my mind but I’m Proud and Thankful there are good folks like Sundance out there doing their best to expose the reality of it all which of course is suppose to be the job of the media. My my, what a nest we have allowed the elected officials to weave.

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    • Zippy says:

      “How can we dismantle and rebuild the corrupt FBI and DOJ when “elected” officials are in bed with both?”

      LOL, great question! Answer: we can’t. Just one recent revelation – the FISA Court was established as a “fix” for the illegal COINTELPRO behavior. Look how even that turned out – it’s apparently SUPER easy to abuse. Also:

      “Do You Think That Because I’m CHAIRMAN of The Intelligence Committee That I Just Say “I Want It”, and They Give It To Me? …

      https://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/2014-03-25/quote-chair-senate-intelligence-committee-proves-intelligence-agencies-are-co

      In 2007, reporter Charles Davis asked then-Chairman of the Senate Intelligence committee – Jay Rockefeller – about clandestine U.S. operations against a foreign government.

      DAVIS: Reports quote administration officials as saying this is going on and it’s being done in a way to avoid oversight of the Intelligence Committee. Is there any way—

      ROCKEFELLER: They’ll go to any lengths to do that, as we’ve seen in the last two days [during hearings on FISA].

      DAVIS: Is there anything you could do in your position as Chairman of the Intelligence Committee to find answers about this, if it is in fact going on?

      ROCKEFELLER: Don’t you understand the way Intelligence works? Do you think that because I’m Chairman of the Intelligence Committee that I just say I want it, and they give it to me? They control it. All of it. ALL of it. ALL THE TIME. I only get – and my committee only gets – what they WANT to give me.

      Audio:

      [audio src="http://www.tinyrevolution.com/mt/mt-static/images/Rockefeller.mp3" /]

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  31. Anonymous says:

    Pardon, but…

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  32. Max Tadpol says:

    Ok ok, so Vault 7 has a major release. What now? If past behavior is any indication, IG, Sessions and Wray hill do nothing or deny any wrong doing. Rosenstein is a black hat. Huber may finish something 2020? Congress is ineffectual.

    None of this bodes well for Justice.

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  33. Concerned says:

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    • Concerned says:


      Did Bob Mueller allow these photos to be taken out of the goodness of his heart, or did he monetarily benefit from them? Hmmm, let me think about that one. If Mueller was paid for these photo ops, did he declare these monies? Surely Mueller would not have paid for his own airfare to the Ukraine. If somebody else paid for his airfare, did Mueller declare that too? Did Mueller fill out a FARA form? Same questions for all of the others involved, like, Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Kerry’s people. But isn’t it the most interesting of all that all these people who monetarily benefited from this situation are now the very same ones who are behind the prosecution of Paul Manafort?
      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/08/is-mueller-charging-manafort-for-crimes-he-also-committed-for-work-with-ukraine/

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    • Concerned says:

      Manafort, First thing I would do is to take this article to the Judge Ellis and get the case dismissed. Then I would go head hunting!

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      • Howie says:

        Or not. If Manafort wins and Muelley takes a dive what a perfect excuse not to prosecute Podesta and other various nefarious democrats. With these crooks nothing is ever as it seems.

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  34. trapper says:

    I can’t read 700 comments, so I will just ask:
    WHO released this? I know, FBI, but WHO in the FBI, and was it gratuitous or was it a discovery response? Perhaps the answers are in there but I don’t see them.

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  35. jefferson lee says:

    On page 140 it is revealed that Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson had no problem turning down FBI interview requests on the basis of “Lawyer/Client Privelige” and cited an important “rule” in that regard. Very interesting in light of the raids on Trumps lawyer, with actuall LESS evidence of wrongdoing.

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  36. jogreggre says:

    Is it possible that two separate investigations of the Weiner laptop occurred? I sincerely doubt it, because if not, this is just another insult to anyone’s intelligence, another that we are being asked to swallow whole. I’m thinking of the inexplicably limited investigations into Seth Rich’s murder, and Imran Awan’s computer tampering (and theft) in Congress, Then there’s the inexplicable Muller investigation into the non-collusion of Trump/Russians, whereas no investigation is being done into what everyone now knows was the collusion between the Clinton campaign and the Russians.

    It’s not that I no longer have confidence in the DOJ/FBI, and our intelligence community, it’s that I think they are totally politicized and imo, corrupt.

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  37. RAC says:

    ” How the heck can Carter Page be a “foreign agent” who “knowingly engaged in” activities “for a foreign power“, but at the same time be a “target for recruitment” by the same foreign power?”

    It occurred to me that Carter Page could both be an agent of a foreign power and have been targeted for recruitment by Russia, if he was an agent of a foreign power other than Russia. The UK for instance.

    Off topic now, but that the UK was involved in the plotting is almost certain and apart from Haniggans resignation there has been silence. PDJT has never publicly mentioned it, not to my knowledge anyway and there seems to be no investigative interest, either officially or on the web. I would have thought it important to know if it was rogue group within UK intel or whether it was officially sanctioned.

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  38. farrier105 says:

    The Hillary email case was an UNSUB case. “UNKNOWN SUBJECTS” mishandled classified information. They were trying to find out who the people who mishandled it, I guess.

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    • Zippy says:

      As Dan Bongino pointed out in a humorous personal anecdote on his podcast about how he learned about LE abbreviations in an embarrassing way, the culprit was probably one “FNU LNU” (First Name Unknown, Last Name Unknown)

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  39. Concerned says:

    JUSTICE DEPARTMENT IS SILENT ABOUT WHY IT HAS FAILED TO PRESERVE COMEY EMAILS IN FOIA CASE
    https://i1.wp.com/truepundit.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/31-james-comey.w710.h473.2x.jpg?resize=1420%2C575&ssl=1
    The Department of Justice has refused to take any steps to preserve work-related emails former FBI Director James Comey had on a personal account that The Daily Caller News Foundation and Judicial Watch requested under the Freedom of Information Act, the conservative watchdog will file in court Friday.

    “There is nothing but complete silence about why the FBI has failed to take steps to preserve records responsive to DCNF’s request,” Judicial Watch attorney Michael Bekesha will write in the filing before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

    Judicial Watch and TheDCNF filed a joint lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act on April 25 seeking records, including emails, Comey produced regarding meetings and conversations he had with then-President Barack Obama, then-Vice President Joe Biden and a variety of other political figures.

    Following the Justice Department Inspector General’s June 2018 report, which disclosed that Comey used a personal Gmail account for official FBI business, both groups sought a preservation order to assure no records related to their FOIA requests were lost or destroyed.

    Both groups requested U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly order the Justice Department to preserve all of Comey’s personal emails related to the two requests on July 27
    https://truepundit.com/justice-department-is-silent-about-why-it-has-failed-to-preserve-comey-emails-in-foia-case/

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  40. Zippy says:

    We wanted Agents Erskine and Rhodes or Mulder and Scully, but we got Strzok and Page. Funny thing is, the FBI was doing its COINTELPRO thing during the 60s when this flattering TV show was broadcast:

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  41. brenrod says:

    ” How the heck can Carter Page be a “foreign agent” who “knowingly engaged in” activities “for a foreign power“, but at the same time be a “target for recruitment” by the same foreign power?”

    Well, cant he be targeted for recruitment and then that targeting is successful and he becomes and agent?y
    More importantly didnt Sundance tell us that Carter Page was an fbi UCE in 2012 and then testified on behalf of the fbi in 2016 on the same case….. only a few months before the fbi claims in a FISA warrant that Carter Page is a Spy for Russia. How is it possible for an fbi UCE to become a spy for russia in a few months when he is under surveillance and still not arrested or indicted? Obviously the FBI made a false representation to FISA or the FISA Judge was in on it

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    • Concerned says:

      Or Carter Page has never stopped working for the FBI. Your best undercover people are those, you would think, could never be a spy.

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  42. nerveman says:

    Funny. The simple fact that classified material ended up on Wiener’s laptop is a further indictment of Clinton’s guilt. It’s as if Operational Security has been completely thrown out the window to exonerate Clinton. Well of course it has. Her emails containing classified material could have been on the Jeopardy game show and it wouln’t have mattered.

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  43. farrier105 says:

    This Vault release is incomplete. The Case Referral Sheet points back at different documents that are supposed to be behind numbered Tabs. Tracy Beanz was looking for the ones behind Tabs 19 and 20 which might be able to tell her what “equipment” of the FBI was given to one of the involved parties to locate documents. The documents might be on one of the pieces of equipment provided by the FBI. There is nothing behind Tab 19 or 20, and there are not documents with the corresponding dates. Tracy could probably find out what equipment was “provided,” but not without the paper.

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  44. frank field says:

    Beloved Sundance:

    The crooked FBI imprisoned me for 40 months. This after the state of Texas came just short of apologizing to me after looking at the same details.

    I have felt the full weight of the United States Government coming down on me and my own. It is beyond a 100 word description.

    I have felt the draining of my finances, my emotions as an America lover, astounded that my beloved government would encourage me to LIE to accept a lesser sentence.

    I nearly vomited with tears as I signed a plea agreement against the advice of my wife.

    To love the idea of America and to naively think they had my family’s back sickens me.

    Thanks for calling out ALL of the FBI.

    Dear sir…you are CORRECT

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    • frank field says:

      To recover from this…AND WE HAVE… has been incredible and indescribable.

      The shame has been tear jerking.

      I have and we are overcoming. We will continue to overcome and win again.

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  45. Concerned says:

    You know, it’s surprising, just how dirty the FBI and DOJ must be.

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  46. Truth&Honor says:

    Q said ‘we have the server(s)’ which likely means more than one! Oh yeah something MSM is not reporting, HRC’s lawyers on Friday just revealed there was a successor server that is still active the FBI never said existed until NOW. James Clapper ON CNN said that Obama was responsible for the spying on PDJT, wheres the coverage….crickets! #VeryFakeNews #Qanon # KAG #WWG1WGA #MAGA

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  47. bayscience says:

    Hillerys alibi was that she didnt know that putting government info on her personal server was illegal. So what were her lawyers up to? The government wanted to interview Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson but on page 140, the lawyers lawyer says the lawyers are off limits of the government because of client/attorney privelege. The government kindly accepted that they could not interview Hills lawyers, and in fact all communications between HIll and her lowers was off limits of investigation. IGNORANCE IS BLISS! Page 140 of this dump contains the lettter from Mills and Samuelson.

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  48. Concerned says:

    What if the “successor server” is just one of several. What if the data (e.g., Hillary Clinton’s emails) is moving from one server to the next. You find one server and they replace it with another in a different location. Like a train schedule, the data is here now.

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  49. Carrie2 says:

    I just couldn’t read all the comments and just dwelt on how deep the treason became. We trusted and have been cheated/lied too/and our Congress nor previous presidents did a damn thing about any of this. I do think Trump will sooner or later remove the newby FBI chief as ineffective. So much damage to America and us by supposed Americans of character, but who were bought off by big money and supposed power. REMOVE all in the FBI and search out those in the CIA and definitely remove all from the NSA and start fresh with real patriots and keep an eye on them as well. These supposed protectors of America have turned out to be the most miserable traitors I am sure America has never seen before. Arrest them, confiscate all pensions, assets here and abroad and let them find out what reality is! Enough of allowing this to continue – disappearing emails, disappearing computers, and so much more actually makes me sick to my stomach and I want them ALL HANGED AND THE SOONER THE BETTER! Sick soil needs to be made clean and healthy again.

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