OIG Finds FBI Contractor Corruption With Two Current Senior FBI Officials…

This is really interesting.  Unfortunately, we don’t get the names.

Findings of Misconduct by Two Current Senior FBI Officials and One Retired FBI Official While Providing Oversight on an FBI Contract (LINK)

(pdf link)

Key phrases: “two current senior FBI officials”, “one former”, relating to an “FBI Contractor”.  Could this be an FBI contractor like Fusion-GPS or Crowdstrike?

I wish we could know more.

This entry was posted in Big Government, Big Stupid Government, Deep State, FBI, IG Report FISA Abuse, Notorious Liars, Professional Idiots, Spygate, Spying, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

298 Responses to OIG Finds FBI Contractor Corruption With Two Current Senior FBI Officials…

  1. Sherri Young says:

    Whoa! We have a whistle blower. Someone within the FBI complained to the IG’s office.


    Liked by 26 people

    • Greg1 says:

      ……..and it was ACTED UPON.

      Whether or not anything happens after that……….

      Liked by 15 people

      • mr.piddles says:

        And Horowitz goes to DOJ and says: “you need to follow up on this”. And DOJ says: “ok, we’ll get right on that, Mike. Right on that.”

        Liked by 17 people

      • MrG says:

        Just more evidence of what we already knew. (generally speaking) Nothing will happen. Next.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Mark L. says:

          True, but we focus all our attention on FBI, DOJ, and CIA. There are other 3 letter agencies that we do not hear from. Is there not someone helping our side?

          Liked by 3 people

        • Lefty says:

          While I feel pretty much the same way as you….. there was one key phrase in those documents that gave me some comfort…. “The FBI discontinued the above described access to raw FISA information, as of April 18, 2016.”

          At least for now, hopefully these abuses aren’t happening anymore. At least there’s that.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Laure says:

            When Admiral Rogers shut it down…this seems to match up to the contractors referenced in the FISA abuse memoranda by judge Rosemary Colliers (sp?)…one of which thought to be Fusion GPS…

            Liked by 4 people

            • cali says:

              @Laure: Exactly!

              One of these ‘contractors’ was Nellie Ohr who worked in tandem with John Brennan being that she is a CIA plant who was trained at “The Farm”.
              Nellie Ohr accessed illegally some of the info she then used to start the dossier. There is more info on her on #ffe3301.
              Remember the dossier was the product of Nellie Ohr and John Brennan that than was branched out. To give it intelligence legitimacy they contracted Christopher Steele – there tired UK MI6 agent.

              This whole shit show was the overall product of the UK based Hakluyt who’s members were: Steele, Brennan, Hussein, Fusion GPS, Perkins and Coie’s Sussman, Halper and most of all the 5EYES.

              I would think at some point Perkins needs to be added to the dossier saga as they not only laundered monies to pay for it all and hired the various characters involved in it.
              Nellie Ohr played a much larger role than originally thought as she wrote and dressed up this dossier.

              No wonder Bruce Ohr turned states evidence to save his wife but himself as well.

              Then there is Priestap who had a much larger role playing the go-between the FBI and DOJ as well as GPS Fussion.

              Liked by 5 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      Sherri, and we are tired of redactions. Give us the whole clear information as this concerns we the citizens! We are not gameplaying and neither should anyone working for us.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Tripp says:

      “There is nothing so hard in war as the heroic feat of holding back.”

      Who’s going to be the hero?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Are you certain the whistleblower was “within the FBI” ??????

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sherri Young says:

        i am relying on what the OIG summary report says.

        Findings of Misconduct by Two Current Senior FBI Officials and One Retired FBI Official While Providing Oversight on an FBI Contract

        The Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated this
        investigation upon the receipt of information from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
        concerning multiple allegations involving an FBI contractor and three FBI officials.”

        That sounds like someone within the FBI took the matter to the IG’s office.


        • Elle says:

          Findings of Misconduct by Two Current Senior FBI Officials and One Retired FBI Official While Providing Oversight on an FBI Contract

          I ain’t no grammar queen but I even though I a.s.s.u.m.e. it implies a finding of misconduct committed by the three senior FBI officials, it could also mean that three FBI officials found the misconduct while providing oversight. 🙂

          Liked by 1 person

        • Not my read. We don’t know where the whistleblower came from, we only know the perps are FBI actors…………..It is as likely that the whistleblower was a private citizen somehow connected to this thing….working for the contractor, not the FBI.


  2. mr.piddles says:

    Well, well, well. Look here.

    “FAR Scheduled Maintainance
    The Federal Acquisition Regulation page is temporarily down for maintenance as of January 29, 2019. The FAR file for FAC 2019-01 became effective January 22, 2019. As a result of the shutdown, that FAR file was corrupted and contains multiple errors. We recommend you use clauses from the prior FAC 2005-101 version of the FAR until we replace the FAC 2019-01 version of the FAR. Please use the eCFR until the FAR page is operational. We expect it to be operational on Jan 31, 2019.”


    Mmm. Totally legit. :^p

    Liked by 9 people

  3. TarsTarkas says:

    Without names doesn’t tell us anything not already brought up or discussed on this site.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Crabby says:

    I like how criminals are referred to as Officials. Such delusions of Grandeur.

    Liked by 14 people

  5. Number of armed agents Director Wray sent to Roger Stone’s to protect The Narrative: 29.

    Number of armed agents Director Wray sent to Stoneman-Douglas to protect the children: 0.

    By their fruits.

    Liked by 28 people

    • Lindenlee says:

      Good God…Have all these people lost their souls?!.?

      Liked by 10 people

      • Yes. They have ALL lost their souls and that was many years ago…….

        Liked by 3 people

        • Mac says:

          They know. The level of cynicism in most .gov agencies would curdle milk at 500 yards. All they want to do is collect their paychecks and not think about how they earn them, because if they REALLY looked closely and objectively at what they do to make their money, most of them would know they were totally worthless and a lot of them would have to admit they are a net negative to the nation they purport to civilly serve.

          I remember reading some time ago that polls (Rasmussen, I believe), regularly show that the majority of people in the U.S. believe the country is NOT governed according to the will of the people. I suspect that if the question asked was, “Do you hold the U.S. Government in utter contempt?”, you would get even a higher majority.

          If my anecdotal evidence is anything to go by, Americans generally neither like nor respect their government. No wonder the actual, effective .gov motto is “Oderint dum metuant.”

          Liked by 2 people

          • Alfred Barnes says:


            Gommit should remain closed until the $21T unaccounted and gone through the back door of the pentagon is fully accounted. The lack of productivity in the public sector is obscene, and unconscionable. Who do these people think they’re fooling, or that there won’t be an accounting? There will be, even if it’s not in this lifetime,
            “So then each of us will give an account of himself to God.” (Romans 14:12 ESV)

            Liked by 1 person

  6. mr.piddles says:

    BTW, the redacted document is the 2017 FISC memo outlining the NSA database abuse in 2016.

    Click to access 2016_Cert_FISC_Memo_Opin_Order_Apr_2017.pdf

    Liked by 6 people

    • LBB says:

      I don’t think that was clear to everyone, based on comments. SD is relating today’s statement to the previous report. It could be related, or it could be about another of the hundreds of contractors supplying a product.

      Liked by 5 people

      • mr.piddles says:

        I think it was a non-specific reference to the NSA database abuse by FBI contractors. Being NSA database abuse and all. One of several options, for sure. :^)

        Liked by 2 people

  7. SD as soon as I read your headline I had the same thought as your “Key Phrases.”
    Repeated here for clarity:

    “two current senior FBI officials”, “one former”, relating to an “FBI Contractor”. Could this be an FBI contractor like Fusion-GPS or Crowdstrike?”

    Fits right in with many of the fired/retired/transfered senior FBI personnel in on the attempted coup. And of course the contractor Fusion GPS as well as others.

    Very interesting, but of course no coverage other than at CTH.

    Liked by 12 people

  8. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Somebody somewhere did something that was kinda bad and we are now going to turn them back over to that somewhere where it happened so that something might be done.

    That about got it?

    Liked by 17 people

  9. NJF says:

    More good news.

    Liked by 10 people

    • SR says:

      Does Mueller indicting her too?

      Liked by 1 person

    • olderwiser21 says:

      No!!!! I am shocked – shocked, I tell ya!!!

      Liked by 6 people

    • disgustedwithjulison says:

      Why does the media call her a model? She was selling sex for money. She may have had a model’s looks….but….call her what she was.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      That’s the one whose pic with Deripaska has been posted here a couple of times. The linked article says Deripaska denies having had an affair with her.

      Okay, Oleg. Whatever.

      Liked by 3 people

      • webgirlpdx says:

        Perhaps because Mrs. Oleg is not pleased?

        Liked by 4 people

        • Sherri Young says:

          Oh dear, you prompted me to search for Mrs. Deripaska. It appears that their marriage has been on the rocks for years. What is interesting though is that Polina Deripaska’s father, Valentin Yumashev, is now married to Boris Yeltsin’s daughter Tatiana. In fact, Tatiana talked Polina out of divorcing Oleg back in 2009 because of Oleg’s heavy indebtedness at the time. Polina has been linked romantically with Roman Abramovich, Polina’s best friend’s ex-husband and a close business associate of Oleg’s. It is Roman Abramovich’s ex-wife who is/was living in that 5-story posh residence Oleg owns in Manhattan that was an object of Treasury Dept sanction a few months ago.

          Liked by 1 person

  10. dawg says:

    Whats the definition of a “senior” FIB official? What does the current hierarchy of the FIB look like? Can we figure out who these guys are?

    “….provided its report to the FIB for appropriate action.”

    Will anything come of this? Is this a textbook whitewash?

    Liked by 4 people

  11. Book this information. WH has it . Confirmed received. All documents exist.
    My family ( 2003. – 2010) was subject to NAZI Germany tactics ( all documented ),
    More so than any other family in the USA . !! INCLUDING : fake charges in 2003 , evidence tampering in Tallahassee ,
    using My son to pursue a Willie Meggs SA. — Tallahassee vendetta against Pi KAPPA ALPHA fraternity , intimidation before trial by doing a ROGER STONE like raid in Orlando ( no charges or evidence ever found ) against OEVAU TECHNOLOGIES business , prosecutor misconduct at. trials in TALLAHASSEE in 2004 , proven BAR complaint in 2007 2008 , torture of a person in prison in Florida ( my son ) , attempted murder of me and my wife by prison officials via rigged / damaged car tires ( 4 weekends in a row ) , evidence available. Cover up of a valid BAR COMPLAINT in 2008 , same week as the FLA. BAR and others buried the entire Jeffery Epstein 80 rape story. Etc. Etc ..
    Does anybody give a flying fuck ???

    ANSWER. . NO . Can you ever top this ?
    Richard Gorman. ( my lawyer back then was Barry Rigby of Fla. ).
    Micro version of what POTUS has faced !!
    Have a great night. No body cares about peons . I have got my own back !!

    Liked by 2 people

  12. smurfette says:

    Key operational scenario:

    Employees of FBI, CIA, NSA, DOD, big caps gov agency given “special ops” high level security trains and then leaves to be absorbed into the private contractor sector to continue illegal activity unencumbered by the Constitution.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Burnt Toast says:

    Gov contractor “engaged in certain inherent governmental activities” with regard to FAR (federal Acquisition Regs).

    This is simple.
    “Contractor” was obligating funds for whatever.

    I have seen it before with one of the 17 intel agencies (and another not in the 17) and their filthy ‘black’ money.
    Managed to disengage as higher-ups were not willing to have a ‘partnering’ meeting with them and respective offices of council to explain the issue.

    That said… on a tangent… as much as Mueller likes to play with ‘process crimes’ a forensic accountant and a willing prosecutor could put Mueller away for life plus 500 years after 15 minutes work.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Kleen says:

      It’s what I’ve been saying.
      They left a huge paper trail.
      It’s a matter of finding anyone with at least 1 ounce of honesty to expose the criminals. Then let’s go back to the paper trail.

      Liked by 5 people

  14. Kleen says:

    Only 3 people?
    I could name about 15 without looking it up

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Chilidog says:

    So the IG has identified some officials that need to be officially cleared by the doj. I’m sure it will thoroughly investigate.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Anonymous says:

    Interesting. Of course it could just be garden variety cronyism in some normal part of the FBI. The amount of Beltway bandits has expanded like crazy since 9-11 and there are a lot of people with their hands out, playing the revolving door game. CIA is even worse, but because it is so spooky, the corruption is hard to root out.


  17. Kleen says:

    How many agents in tactical gear will they send to bust these crooks?

    Liked by 2 people

  18. MaineCoon says:

    Just a guess…..”conduct by two current senior FBI officials, [BRUCE AND NELLIE OHR?] and one retired FBI official [PRIESTEP? WHO WAS THEIR BOSS?] [ the FBI contractor [GPS FUSION?] engaged in certain inherent governmental activities in contravention of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).

    …failed to adhere to personal conflict of interest rules under the FAR.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Matt Hay says:

    I was thinking it was their running of Halper and the fact they were intentionally misentering information associated with the req they used to pay for his “services”.


    • andy says:

      yes, I agree. and should one ask why they did not put the accounting down in the right place? And who had the power to account halper in a completly different department…
      Its one thing for the FBI to fudge their own book, but the halper fudge would be a fudge up by a higher power with credentials enough to pay out of the DoD fudge budget.

      Liked by 1 person

  20. andy says:

    Wasnt mccabe ‘retired’ before he was officially fired? Who was that guy that was fired after steppign down in lieu of official retirement? mccabe?


  21. andy says:

    This is the fisa Report Trump asked for, with all relevant facts tied up in Mueller’s investigation.
    You wanted the oig report before mueller was done, there it is.


    Liked by 1 person

  22. LafnH20 says:


    From the Article…

    (*Emphasis mine*)

    Page seven of the report contains a chart showing four types of violations. The most frequent violation – 5.2% of the total – came from Section 702 upstream “About” queries.
    It’s unclear if Rogers discovered the 702 violations and reported them in 2015, or if it was the Inspector General who found them. Either way, Rogers became aware of Section 702 violations sometime in 2015. Following the IG’s report, Rogers implemented a tightening of internal rules at the NSA.

    Rogers also put a stop to Section 702 “Upstream” activities – specifically “About” queries – which allow searches based on any subject.

    The NSA press release makes it appear as if “About” queries were stopped in April 2017. This is incorrect. The queries were halted on October 26, 2016. The April 2017 release made the “About” queries suspension permanent.

    At this point, I defer to the outstanding detective work from (*theconservativetreehouse*) who tied events together with the following timeline:

    In mid-2016, Rogers ordered the NSA compliance officer to run a full audit on 702 NSA compliance.

    The NSA compliance officer identified several strange 702 “About Queries” that were being conducted. These were violations of the fourth amendment (search and seizure), ie. unlawful surveillance and gathering. Admiral Rogers was briefed by the compliance officer on October 20th, 2016.

    A little light reading…

    Liked by 6 people

  23. DWL says:

    chris-wray genius at heart


  24. JoD says:

    “Director” Wray seems too stupid to run a lemonade stand, let alone the FBI.
    Since Weissmann appears to be in charge of the Mueller hoax, that frees up “Former FBI Director” Mueller to pull the strings that count at the FBI.
    Sounds crazy?…..Maybe not so crazy.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. LafnH20 says:


    Not NOT “Offices”

    The using of “offices”

    I couldn’t get that out of my head, either.

    For all the T crossing and I dotting…

    That stood out.

    Who’s offices… WHICH Particular OFFICES… had the ability to
    “Search” FISA??

    “offices” was referenced earlier in the text and NOT Redacted.


    Liked by 2 people

  26. Firefly says:

    Liked by 5 people

  27. LafnH20 says:

    I should clarify…

    They only partially redacted the word “offices”

    Or not…

    Perhaps a “Spell Check kinda error”

    a nervous belligerent little mongrel dog

    of… fices

    Why would you partially redact a single word.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Wait a sec. I’m confused. The OIG finds misconduct of SENIOR officials, and then they give the investigative findings to the FBI (senior officials?), to meet out justice?

    Liked by 2 people

  29. California Joe says:

    There’s no legitimate reason for the OIG not to disclose the name of the contractor and the FBI officials involved. I have never seen this type of cover up by an OIG before. This is all public information!

    Liked by 3 people

  30. Blind no longer says:

    Former FBI..conflict of interest…that has to be Comey’s buddy, he said he hired him as a contractor after he leaked to his buddy.


  31. Iamcat says:

    When did the OIG write this up? Could the 2 senior officials been fired since then?


  32. marinovibe says:



  33. Vito Romano says:

    Spygate Era HQ Org Chart PDF

    Click to access FBI_2016_HQ.pdf

    Liked by 1 person

    • MelH says:

      Wow, that is one impressive Org. Chart! The amount of investigative work that has been done on SpyGate would make it soooo easy for prosecutors. Think of the hours they could clock while stealing info like that chart.

      Liked by 1 person

  34. Green Gas says:

    Findings of Misconduct by Two Current Senior FBI Officials and One Retired FBI Official While
    Providing Oversight on an FBI Contract
    The Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated this
    investigation upon the receipt of information from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
    concerning multiple allegations involving an FBI contractor and three FBI officials.
    The OIG found that as a result of conduct by two current senior FBI officials, and one retired FBI
    official, the FBI contractor engaged in certain inherent governmental activities in contravention
    of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). Additionally, the OIG found that these three FBI
    officials did not adhere to Office of Management and Budget policy while managing the
    contractor. Further, the OIG found that the FBI contractor failed to adhere to personal conflict
    of interest rules under the FAR.
    The OIG has completed its investigation and provided its report to the FBI for appropriate
    Posted to oig.justice.gov on January 29, 2019


  35. Angel Martin says:

    One possibility: the entire top leadership in the FBI IT Branch left en masse in the Summer of 2018.

    This may be one small part of a larger OIG effort. Just like the McCabe leaks investigation ended up being separated from the larger FBI Clinton email report.

    I suspect it will all be buried though.


  36. RandomAussie says:

    Not wanting to disappoint anyone, but “engaged in inherent governmental activities in violation of Federal Acquisition Regulations” and “Conflict of Interest” sounds an awful lot like “contractor was unlawfully permitted to make purchasing decisions, and sourced the purchases from his own company instead of a competitive market bid”.

    Which is not to say that it *couldn’t* be something more serious hidden under bureaucratic language, but it’s quite possible for there to be “garden-variety” corruption going on in addition to more major stuff.


  37. farrier105 says:

    Sundance–As to the contractor maybe being Crowdstrike, the FBI had entered into a contract with Crowdstrike coincident to Trump announcing his candidacy and Comey launching Trump-Russia-Wikileaks by starting his campaign to drill into the public consciousness that Russians hacked the DNC by having an agent telephone the DNC to inform them of the Russians being in their network during the summer of 2015, not 2016. The FBI began a contract with Crowdstrike in July 2015. The contract was good until July 2016, the end of the alleged hack. For some reason, the contract appears to be classified. I’ve asked Judicial Watch to consider a FOIA. If they decline, I’ll find out how to file one in concert with Adam Carter, who originated the idea of filing a FOIA.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. Cheesehead2016 says:

    It is going to be great when the Weiner laptop emails are back in the news. Those are OUR emails if they were sent to or from a GOV employee……


  39. if the government digs deeper, it wouldn’t be surprised to see more cases of corruption. when most people hear that nations are developed, they tend to look at the economic and technological side without looking at the moral or conscientious side. Most developed nations are not that morally developed. moral development is one area where some developed nations are lagging behind less developed or third world (developing) nations


  40. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    I wish this had come out on the same day as Wray’s “You poor babies” video during the shutdown…


  41. doohmax says:

    So, I guess these FBI guys get a letter of reprimand placed in the back of their file never to be seen again. I don’t guess we’ll see a predawn raid on their home or solitary confinement for the contractors who broke federal law. Let’s face it ladies and gentlemen, President Trump is standing alone against the Bureaucracy. When he is gone, be it 2 years or 6 years from now, everything will revert back to the old system. And we will continue to slog down the road to government control over every aspect of our lives run by Elitists. I really hate to be so pessimistic, but unless Trump is holding a royal flush, he will eventually be overrun by the sheer power of the Global Bureaucracy. He needs to play his hand soon. God help us if there are no patriots to help him get us out of this mess.


    • Mr. T. says:

      Doohmax, any disciplinary action against the agents depends on the seriousness of what they are being accused of doing. Federal Civil Service Code recognizes due process rights, including an employee or terminated employee’s right to a hearing in front of a merit review board should the OOPR recommend termination, or even unpaid suspension with a possible demotion. Happens at the state, county and city levels of civil service as well. It’s very frustrating and the reason why many supervisors don’t to their jobs when it comes to documenting employee misconduct. It’s easier to transfer the problem child to another department so it’s someone else’s headache, rather than to deal head-on with the problem.


  42. Bulldog84 says:

    Robert Mueller is technically a retired FBI official, isn’t he?


  43. Perot Conservative says:

    I saw the movie VICE yesterday about Dick Cheney.

    1. Hit piece.

    2. Why don’t Conservatives fund a movie on SpyGate? Too early?

    3. They claim Cheney had his email server run through the RNC, offsite, limited emails to recover. Ironic if true.

    4. Claimed Cheney had an office at the WH and the HOUSE, because that is where the $$ originates?? If so, clever.


  44. lawton says:

    Well one is retired and not fired apparently so that would rule out McCabe officially being the retired one I think. He also doesn’t officially get retirement until 57 I think since they beat the deadline to fire him so he couldn’t collect right away.

    I wonder which positions at the FBI would deal with Fusion GPS contracting and has 2 crooks still in place?


  45. Mr. T. says:

    FBI – Federal Bureau of Incompetence.


  46. andy says:

    So nobody guessed Nellie Orh was the contractor with a conflict of interest?


  47. Maybe Judicial Watch will get the names.


  48. Zippy says:

    Referred to the FBI for appropriate action = fired or allowed to retire at which point they can take high six figure jobs in the Swamp because of their service to it and their insider knowledge and contacts.


  49. john edward lorenz says:

    Oh boy the IG finds misdeeds. Indictments by????? Oh there will be none.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s