Where is Huma Abedin’s Laptop?…

An August 2018 release from the FBI Vault on the Hillary Clinton email investigation revealed 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.

Does anyone at the DOJ/FBI even care about this issue any longer? … or was the can-kicking operation successful?

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 our feelings; it just stares us in the face – until we accept it.

Talking heads always approach the FBI issues 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.

50 “rank and file” agents were working for Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Andrew Weissmann.   Has a single whistleblower been identified other than a single Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI who contacted the Inspector General about how the Comey memos were being manipulated.

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 to target Carter Page. 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?

Meanwhile we have the 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 in August 2018 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 November 8th, 2016, 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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287 Responses to Where is Huma Abedin’s Laptop?…

  1. rickb928 says:

    This is so deep it cannot be dealt with until all is known by the new investigators. Barr and his team have to gather all of this, understand all of this, and then with the President decide how to proceed. This isn’t settled yet within this team. And then we will see, possibly, indictments. Will they burn it all down and go for the top, or will they whisper what they know and can prove, and agree to remove the leaders, let the top go free, and remake our justice, diplomatic, and intelligence agencies?

    Remaking these agencies will require a second Trump term, first for the time needed to accomplish the task, and second to give him the political cover a lame duck presidency (no need to run for reelection, in other words) gives him to do what needs to be done. Then we are left to the tender mercies of the next President, God help us.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. OldParatrooper says:

    Five of Hillary’s aides received transactional immunity for turning over their laptops and making statements. That immunity likely doesn’t cover the Abedin/Weiner laptop emails and texts, since that device wasn’t turned over as part of the Hillary email investigation.

    So the Democrats and the FBI have a strong reason to ensure the Weiner laptop disappears, since its contents could be used to bypass the immunity agreements, prosecute the aides for obstruction and espionage act violations, and roll them over on Hillary.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. data says:

    It sickens me when anyone speaks about a wholly corrupt institution (FBI) as the corruption is limited to the “top”. BS. 1) If you see it and you cannot fix it, you either leave or it is you. 2) You will never advance unless you play by the “tops” rules. Therefore, you are the corruption. I will ruffle some feathers, but the whole FBI is corrupt. Not unlike the Catholic church. If you give money to them, you are the problem. If you know of things that are very wrong and do nothing to address it, you are the problem. Where do you think your donations go? How many priests are in jail? Last count they doled out around $5 billion to victims. Most are several 10’s of thousands. Do that math and remind me how the institution is not entirely corrupt. People need to make hard choices. No money, no time, nothing until it stops. James Comey is a good Catholic by the way.

    Liked by 1 person

    • RightAroundTheBlock says:

      So is SD, by the way. And many others here. Maybe you, Data, should consider leaving this forum? -make some, “hard choices.” My guess, you know very little about such. My second guess, lets call it a “hunch”, is that you are not very good at this.

      My suggestion, before you leave, is to reread the recent “huberis” article and reflect on how the definition applies to you, personally. Perhaps you don huberis like a suit you wear to work each day. But like my Grandfather said, “A good tailor won’t make you any smarter.”


      • JC1974 says:

        I think Data makes a point. If you’re a member/contributor of an organization and you don’t do anything when confronted by corruption, you are part of the problem. I think he/she went too far tarring all Catholics with a James Comey brush of institutional loyalty and complacency. As far as I’m a Christian I’m Protestant, but I try to respect the Catholic church, which is why I feel a lot of disappointment with the current church leadership. Maybe Data was overtaken by a similar disappointment and went too far.

        I think we need an FBI and a CIA. We don’t need 10+ intelligence agencies. The problem is what Andrew Klavan talked about today, we have ceded too much power to the administrative state. Bureaucracies are like a fungus and ours is killing our country.


    • Bladerunner says:

      Exactly. The FBI needs to go. It never will, but it is corrupt from top to bottom as CTH says. This is our America. We should have never had a federal police agency. We don’t need them. We have a military and state, county and local police to deal with issues. This is what happens when government gets too big. And get rid of thre ATF while you’re at it.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. HRC 24 OF 24 Review of PCs and seems to be discussion of Classification
    Kroll Inc,Wilmer Hale & Wiliams and Connelly Law held the Drives for these PCs…


  5. ezduzit63 says:

    This covers back to a time when Justin Cooper had admitted installing Malware on the PCs
    The Emails Putin Really Hacked


  6. ezduzit63 says:

    gOOD INFO..then I have 1 more to post and Ill leave you alone Sundance..lol
    Back In The USSR!


  7. ezduzit63 says:

    Keep up the Great work Sundance..
    The Cover Up


  8. ezduzit63 says:

    In the above PC Review go to Pg. 157 sub c.
    None of these Persons reviewing were on the Investigative Team????


  9. Katie Weddington says:

    If it’s any consolation, according to Eric Prince’s interview with Breitbart shortly after we learned about the laptop, the NYPD made a copy of what was on the laptop before they turned it over to Strzok. The fact that the NYPD is not making noise about what they found, tells me there probably is something happening behind the scenes that we just don’t know about yet. I’ve always thought the laptop was the motherlode of information on Clinton’s money laundering, Foundation pay2play schemes, and possibly even drug and human trafficking.

    Always happy to see the laptop issue discussed on a public forum, letting everyone know we haven’t forgotten about it and still want answers.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Johnny Dollar says:

      Unfortunately, the NYPD never got close to the laptop. Besides that, making clandestine copies of seized computers is very illegal.

      The NYPD, who started to react (9/ ’16) to the Weiner sexting thing were, for unknown reasons, pushed aside by the Feds. https://nypost.com/2016/09/22/nypd-investigating-weiners-sexting-relationship-with-teen/

      The laptop was seized by federal agents under a a federal warrant. shown here. https://nypost.com/2018/05/17/search-warrant-for-weiners-electronic-devices-unsealed/

      Following procedures for seized laptops, the feds made “mirror images” of the laptop and investigated the mirror for sexting crimes.

      After the fed investigator discovered Clinton emails on it, the laptop mirrors were , on 10/’16, turned over to and, investigated by, Comey (Strozk). When Comey declared there was nothing on it to convict Clinton (11/6/ ’16), the laptop was probably returned to Weiner. And not to the NYPD.

      There is nothing to indicate the information it contained was used by the feds to prosecute Weiner under the sexting accusation.

      That’s the short story version of the Weiner laptop.

      The Weiner laptop is equivalent to Jeffrey Epstein in that they both deal with sex. More specifically, under age sex. And there is mystery surrounding where the former went and how the latter died.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Jederman says:

        Hello, Mr Prince. What say you?

        All I have to say is IF there was any useful info on the laptop AND the NYPD had a copy, it’s totally unofficial. Otherwise comrade Deblasio would have it.

        Has anyone seen any behavioral changes in the perps, the clintons, her crew and the obama spies based on any possible leverage from the laptop data? I haven’t.


      • M. Thomas says:

        As a Texas State Certified Cyber Crime Investigator and Texas Peace Officer for 31 years (I currently serve as a deputy Constable in Gonzales County Texas) I can state that your first paragraph is totally wrong.
        During forensic data preservation, the FIRST action is to image (create an exact copy) of each drive, disc, or media for later examination.
        Even if a different law enforcement agency ends up leading the investigation, the creation and possession of the image is not illegal; it is REQUIRED.


  10. Jimmy Jack says:

    As I said at the time and say again, Wray’s confirmation was far too easy for him to be legit. It was a dead giveaway. Wray is no good.

    The whole FBI is compromised beyond redemption at this point. It is truly a national tragedy.


  11. Jimmy Jack says:

    Maybe there’s a misreading of the this – Page could be the agent of one foreign entity, say MI6/UK but was targeted by Russia. You can fill in the blanks for whichever countries make the most sense. But it’s entirely possible if he was spying for one country another country who knew that would then target him bc he was already deeply compromised. That’s my guess as to what went on.


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