Strzok v Barr DOJ documents released, Peter Strzok lawsuit, Attorney General Barr motion to dismiss, “grave risks to the Bureau’s institutional interests and basic integrity.”
“The FBI clearly has records pertaining to Seth Rich, and it has withheld those
records in bad faith.”…Attorney Ty Clevenger October 11, 2019
“Why John Brennan, Peter Strzok and DOJ Needed Julian Assange Arrested”…The Conservative Treehouse November 3, 2019
“Instead of doing so, the government has continued to defy its
constitutional, ethical and legal obligations to this Court and to the defense, and to hide evidence that it knows exonerates Mr. Flynn. As is the essence of the problem here, instead of protecting its citizens, the “government” is protecting its own criminal conduct and operatives.”…Attorney Sidney Powell October 23, 2019
From Peter Strzok v. William Barr Attorney General.
MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS’ MOTION TO DISMISS OR, IN THE ALTERNATIVE, FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT AS TO COUNT ONE AND COUNT TWO, AND MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT AS TO COUNT THREE
Filed November 18, 2019.
“Yet, as the FBI was placing enormous trust in Plaintiff and giving him substantial authority over some of the most important investigations in recent memory, he committed a series of serious and sustained lapses in judgment. In particular, a Department of Justice (“Department”) Office of the Inspector General (“OIG”) investigation found that Plaintiff had exchanged over 40,000 text messages with an FBI attorney (“Government Attorney” or “GA”) on their government-issued phones, among them texts written in 2016 in which Plaintiff called the President—at that time, still a candidate for President—a “disaster” and suggested that “[w]e’ll stop” him from taking office. And in a text he wrote in 2017—after the President had taken office and during Plaintiff’s tenure as a lead investigator for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team—Plaintiff described his
own “sense of unfinished business.” As he wrote to the Government Attorney in that text: “I unleashed it with [the Clinton email investigation]. Now I need to fix it and finish it. . . . Who gives a f*ck, one more A[ssistant] D[irector] . . . [versus] [a]n investigation leading to impeachment?”
“The statements made in those and similar text exchanges involved matters of public concern. But when made by an FBI Special Agent—especially a member of the Bureau’s senior leadership—in the context of active investigations over which that Special Agent had official responsibility, these messages posed grave risks to the Bureau’s institutional interests and basic integrity. The lapses in judgment embodied in those messages and others like them risked undermining public confidence in two of the Bureau’s highest-profile investigations. And even
more broadly, those lapses in judgment risked damaging the public trust in the FBI as a nonpartisan, even-handed, and effective law enforcement institution—trust that is essential to the FBI’s ability to vigorously enforce the nation’s laws without fear or favor.”
““As I considered the facts associated with the adjudication of your case, I could not recall another incident like yours that brought such discredit on the organization. In my 23 years in the FBI, I have not seen a more impactful series of missteps that has called into question the entire organization and more thoroughly damaged the FBI’s reputation. In our role as FBI employees
we sometimes make unpopular decisions, but the public should be able to examine our work without having to question our motives.” ”
Read the released documents if you can stomach it.
This is some of the most disgusting, biased and yes evil wording I have witnessed.