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originally posted by: burntheships
originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: burntheships
Mueller was FBI Director 2001-2013 !!!!!!!!!
Well well, yes he was in fact, how strange!
Links to the FBI docs at the end of the article here.
Stranger and stranger....
originally posted by: xuenchen
Somebody needs to get names of who were asst deputies in the FBI and DOJ "at the time".
Familiar names may show up 😎
There may lie the details of the "cover-up" 😃
NBC Politics ✔ @NBCPolitics JUST IN: Senate Judiciary Cmte. member Sasse says the US Justice Dept. has opened an investigation into allegations that dept. attorneys "may have committed professional misconduct in the manner in which the [Jeffrey] Epstein criminal matter was resolved."
originally posted by: PilSungMtnMan
a reply to: xuenchen
There’s always quiet before a storm. This JE firestorm is red hot.... now imagine it along with SpyGate.,,, now imagine those two with Huber Clinton Foundation scandal..,, the trifecta... the perfect storm.
Unique times my friend.
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Regarding his understanding of the classification of the NSA surveillance program, Gonzales told the OIG that he knew it was “very, very limited access.” However, he stated he could not say whether the program was TS or TS/SCI, although he said he knew it was of the highest level of secrecy.11 Gonzales said he “assumed” documents related to the program bore classification markings that would have indicated the precise classification of the program, but that he did not create such documents, so he could not be certain.
One of the documents at issue in this investigation is Gonzales’s handwritten notes that he created in connection with a dispute between the Department and the White House concerning the legal reasoning supporting the NSA surveillance program. According to public testimony before congressional committees, then-Attorney General John Ashcroft had been hospitalized with acute pancreatitis on March 4, 2004, and Deputy Attorney General James Comey, as Acting Attorney General, would not certify the legality of a Presidential order to reauthorize the surveillance program. Gonzales told the OIG that on March 10, 2004, a meeting was held to inform congressional leaders of Comey’s position and to explore legislative solutions to the impasse.