Breaking: Senate Intelligence Committee Security Director James Wolfe Sentenced to Two Months Prison time….

The sentencing guideline for the single count of lying to federal investigators was: 0 to 6 months. After a rather sketchy plea deal, DOJ Prosecutors had requested an upward revision to two-years incarceration based on the severity of the conduct.

Moments ago US District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson sentenced James Wolfe to a two-month prison term.

The judge rejected the request for an upward revision of sentencing; and she rejected a victim impact statement from Carter Page outlining the damage to him caused by James Wolfe’s leaking…   In essence, James Wolfe became the benefactor of a corrupt FBI/DOJ trying to protect the Senate Intelligence Committee from scrutiny.

Backstory Below

If you have followed the case against SSCI Security Director James Wolfe you will note the original indictment against him outlined, obliquely, how Wolfe took custody of the Carter Page FISA application and then leaked it to his concubine at Buzzfeed Ms. Ali Watkins.

The leak of the FISA application was a rather explosive issue not readily identified when Wolfe’s indictment was first presented (June ’18).  It was only possible to connect the dots after the FISA application was released (July ’18) and a comparison on specific dates, times, contacts and chain-of-custody, was possible.

In response to his indictment, Wolfe’s lawyers said they would force Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) members to participate and testify in any trial.  This was a rather stunning approach.  A few months passed and a plea bargain was struck.  Wolfe would plead guilty only to one count of lying to FBI investigators.  The charges of the leaking “top secret and classified” intelligence were dropped.

Wolfe was not ultimately charged with leaking the FISA application.  We sniffed a quid-pro-quo.  We suspected Wolfe was instructed by at least one senator, likely  SSCI Vice-Chairman Mark Warner, to leak the information.  This would explain Wolfe’s extraordinary defense position – and the DOJ response therein.

Think about it.  A gang-of-eight member (Warner), who happened -as a consequence of the jaw dropping implications- to be one of only TWO SSCI members who was notified by the FBI that Wolfe was compromised. The ramifications cannot be overstated.

After the sketchy plea agreement the DOJ filed a sentencing memo, on ONLY the lying aspect, claiming –contrary to the original indictment– their investigation could not prove classified intelligence leaks.  However, the DOJ also argued for a sentence of two years incarceration, far exceeding the judicial sentencing standard for a single count of lying.  Again, rather dubious DOJ positioning.

CTH still believes Wolfe leaked the FISA application to Ali Watkins and the DOJ was in a tenuous position due to the strong likelihood of key and powerful senators being involved.

Last week (December 15th, 2018) the DOJ filed a response to the Wolfe defense teams’ own sentencing memo (full pdf below), and within the DOJ response they, perhaps inadvertently, posted an exhibit (#13) written by the FBI special agent in charge, which specifically says:

….”because of the known disclosure of classified information, the FISA application”…

“known disclosure”…

I don’t think the DOJ meant to allow or file that.

Here’s the full DOJ responsive filing to the Wolfe defense sentencing memo:

 

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As a reminder, we know the FISA court delivered the read and return Top-Secret Classified Carter Page application due to the clerk stamp of March 17, 2017.

That stamp date, March 17, 2017, and the content therein, matched the date and details of the original Wolfe indictment:

On that same date, March 17th, 2017, within the text messages of SSCI Vice-Chairman Mark Warner and Lobbyist/Lawyer Adam Waldman – as they were working out details of how to meet covertly with dossier author Christopher Steele, we find Warner going into the Senate Intelligence Committee SCIF.

SSCI Vice-Chairman Mark Warner is a central figure in the scheme to entrap the incoming administration under the auspices of the fraudulent Russia probe.

(Washington, DC – December 14th, 2018) Judicial Watch today released two sets of heavily redacted State Department documents, 38 pagesand 48 pages, showing classified information was researched and disseminated to multiple U.S. Senators by the Obama administration immediately prior to President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

The documents reveal that among those receiving the classified documents were Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD), and Sen. Robert Corker (R-TN).

Judicial Watch obtained the documents through a June 2018 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed against the State Department after it failed to respond to a February 2018 request seeking records of the Obama State Department’s last-minute efforts to share classified information about Russia election interference issues with Democratic Senator Ben Cardin (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:18-cv-01381)).

The documents reveal the Obama State Department urgently gathering classified Russia investigation information and disseminating it to members of Congress within hours of Donald Trump taking office.  (read more)

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254 Responses to Breaking: Senate Intelligence Committee Security Director James Wolfe Sentenced to Two Months Prison time….

  1. alliwantissometruth says:

    Again, we don’t have an actual government, we have a crime syndicate with the powers of a government

    The syndicate is made up of politicians, bureaucrats, judges, upper law enforcement, etc. The crime syndicate is not going to police nor punish itself. The criminal, the cop and the judge are the same person

    This is going to keep happening, over and over, until they’ve swept it all under the rug

    We know this. We know they won’t do anything, so what options are out there for we the people?

    With a “media” as an enemy of the people and half the country being brainless morons who don’t care what their government does, there’s only about a third of the country who’re actually concerned along with a small portion who may be at least thinking

    So again, what are the options to do something about this usurpation of our government, this crime syndicate that’s taken over?

    I’m not talking taking to the streets, because I don’t see that happening. Most Americans are shells of what our ancestors were. We need people with the money, resources and smarts to start working together and come up with some plans

    We need to start going after the donors and the globalists who bankroll this crime syndicate, because sitting around and watching the syndicate have mock hearings and mock trials ain’t working

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    • Attorney at Law says:

      Stop paying taxes, yes, it’s a dream, but have to start somewhere.

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    • dreamguardian007 says:

      We need a MAGA Soros!

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    • marty lopez says:

      Absolutely wonderful post, spot on. We have the President we need. He has the abilities and all he really has to do is to follow the law. I can only hope he is finally on to it.

      The personnel changes at the executive offices seem to point to something about ready to happen. Ask me: It took the President two years to get his sea legs under him. The Federal government is overwhelming at best, if one were a go along get along type, which he most certainly isn’t. And after two years of being “Chumped,” tricked, lied to and played for a fool I expect he is finally radicalized enough to where he is ready to act. We’ll see.

      He the master of timing and marketing, about that I am not worried. About the extent and rationales of what he needs to do I’m not so sure. He has my best wishes because he holds our collective destiny in his hands for better, or worse.

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  2. covfefe999 says:

    it’s going to take many years of smart voting to drain the swamp. Trump was just the beginning. You gotta be in this for the long haul.

    STOP voting for Romneys, McCains, Flakes, Ryans, etc. Just stop! But if somehow those candidates slip through the primaries you’ve gotta vote for them in the generals, you have no choice, ANY Republican is better than ANY Democrat, especially when majorities are at stake.

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    • As a man thinkth says:

      My dear Cov we do not have Many Years.to vote them out….thousands of boomers die off each day…these are the very people that understand what we as a nation once stood for. These are the ideals of truth, justice and freedom that are required to guide this nation into the development of a better place to live…In “many years “all that will have voting are malinials and immigrants.
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    • Fools Gold says:

      👍 And always remember #Primariesmatter

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      • marty lopez says:

        On what planet? Exactly how many informed intelligent voters do you think there are? Shake hands with whoever is standing next to you and rejoin the living.

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    • Peppurr says:

      Well, of course, continue to vote Republican, but, there will never be another Trump. He’s a street fighter with a business background. One of a kind.

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  3. bitterlyclinging says:

    Obama appointee.Reportedly interviewed by Hussein Obama along with Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court seat made available when Obama had Antonin Scalia snuffed out.
    The Legacy Toujours The Legacy.

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    • Michael Todaro says:

      Judge ‘Ketanji” Brown ? Affirmative action run amok yet again. It’s like chain migration. Mohammed Obama slides through the system then appoints this ebonic leftist moron. Can “Kamala” & Oprah be far behind ? Enough with the ebonics already ! Lawanda, Shanequa, Loqueesha…NFL kneelers’ mothers’ names. MAGA/KAG!

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      • bonkti says:

        Playing the race card benefits only those who seek to divide us.

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        • marty lopez says:

          And yet the race card is in play. the game is out there. You play it, or it plays you

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          • bonkti says:

            You play the game, not the card, the way DJ T plays it. An alpha wins by reframing the game. Honey or vinegar. 29% AA support and rising because jobs and sanity on immigration. Undoing the half century assault on AA family values and self-reliance, like most Trump projects, might be done more quickly than you expect. And under budget.

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            • marty lopez says:

              If he fails to do any of these things he’s done. Build the wall, lock them up and dismantle sanctuary cities. these are all the things that can grow his base. Other stuff no matter how laudable won’t be enough

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    • marty lopez says:

      It’s a cover up for Warner and Corker. Wolf gets a walk, a slap on the wrist

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  4. The Demon Slick says:

    It needs to get out there. People need to see that Warner and the post have known the whole time that what they were saying publicly was false. Their knowing and willful lying needs to be exposed.

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  5. SD, What’s your take on this??

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  6. Zorro says:

    It’s frustrating, keep contacting congress and senate, tell them we know what’s going on, link to this blog. CC Warner and Burr.

    btw- I bet Ali Watkins is breathing a sigh of relief. She might as well plan who to bed next for a story.

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  7. Zorro says:

    Since the DOJ and FBI is corrupt, who is the person(s) that initiated an investigation into James Wolfe and Ali Watkins?

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    • marty lopez says:

      Whoever is manipulating the plea deal to spare Warner and Corker an investigation into their own collusion and leaking, conspiracy to sabotage the President.

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  8. As a man thinkth says:

    Are we tired of WINNING YET? Well it has been two years discoveries, evidence, text messages, admitted leaking, IG reports, toothless congressional hearings exposure of what was/is clearly an attempt to nullify a presidential election…lets not ignore the mid term RECOUNTS…
    The enemy is fearless because there are no consequences, they OWN the judges and the justice department….

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  9. Robert corrado says:

    If Trump caves in on the wall he will lose my vote and he will lost in 2020. No more BS no more excuses, do what you promised or don’t bother to run in 2020.

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      (Yawn)

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    • fakenoozisforfools says:

      If the funding for the wall didn’t come through, it wasn’t because Trump “caved.” In case you’ve forgotten, the House appropriates money, not the POTUS.

      So if Trump loses your vote, who will get it? Some sad sack like Kasich? Or will you go full retard and pull the lever for the flavor of the month offered by the Democrats. Or just stay home and pout. Please leave so we can forget you were our countryman. What a maroon!

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  10. swamph8er says:

    The DOJ/FBI are still corrupt. He purposely leaked Top Secret information…now charge him with it. Transparency is the only option.

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  11. Guffman says:

    The swamp protecting it’s own… anyone really surprised??

    Reality Winner (loser) was sentenced to 5 years and 3 months for the same charge of leaking classified documents. Guess she didn’t have the same pull as Wolfe in the swamp.

    Two months is a joke.

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    • marty lopez says:

      Senators Warner and Corker are being covered up for their complicity in the leaking and general conspiracy. That’s why t he deal is so sweet for Wolf who should be looking at serious time.

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  12. I would like to know how much Wolfe gets from Warner for taking the fall… He can’t be doing it for free, can he?

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  13. Just another example of the multi-tiered justice system in the US

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    • marty lopez says:

      He was allowed to plea to such a lesser charge to cover up for Senators Warner and Corker who were complicit in h is leaking and the broader conspiracy. Any trial would have exposed their nefarious complicity

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  14. fakenoozisforfools says:

    Hey, Wolfe, have you figured out yet that Watkins was disgusted having sex with a guy that’s 30 lbs. overweight with a receding hairline, but she really, really, really wanted that story? Was it worth it that you’ll have to wear the tag “felon” for the rest of your life?

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  15. Gary Lacey says:

    The sentencing just reeks of the double standard that is afforded the professional criminal verses ordinary Joe.

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  16. triper57 says:

    So committing the crime of disclosing Secret data of the US is only worth 2 months in prison. The Russian spies , the Rosenbergs, are spinning in their graves.

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    • marty lopez says:

      Nah it’s a cover up ploy to get Senators Warner and Corker off the suspect list of leakers. If it goes to trial they get exposed and Wolf does serious time. It’s a fix.

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  17. Dana Doran says:

    Two systems of justice. A conservative would have been sentenced to 5 years. Nevertheless the dems get a slap on the hand for the same (or worse) criminal activity.

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    • marty lopez says:

      A slap on the wrist to keep him quiet and avoid a court case which would expose members of the select intelligence committee, senators complicit in the conspiracy such as Republican Corker and Democrat Warner.

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  18. lydia00 says:

    When Whitaker Chambers escaped from the Soviet underground he worked in here, he said he knew he was leaving the winning side for the losing side.

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    • marty lopez says:

      The plea was allowed so Senators Warner(D) and Corker (R) wouldn’t be exposed as part of the conspiracy to leak classified docs. They’re both dirty and a court case would have exposed them. That’s why Wolf gets a slap on the wrist and his pension.

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