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Inspector General Horowitz Submits Draft Report of Clinton Email Investigation For Principal Review…

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Some members of the press have been given access ahead of others but only after signing NDA's....

 

We are getting very close to its release and I for one am very much looking forward to reading it. 

 

 

 

 

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18 mins ago, J said:

 

Some members of the press have been given access ahead of others but only after signing NDA's....

 

Why the hell would anyone give access to the press even with NDA's?      :headscratch:

 

Besides, nothing is going to come of it.

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I haven’t seen anything about members of the press getting access, just those in the report having a chance to review the report and make a defense for themselves.

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Inspector General Horowitz Submits Draft Report of Clinton Email Investigation For Principal Review…

Posted on May 16, 2018 by sundance

Inspector General Michael Horowitz has submitted the “Draft Report” of his OIG investigation to the principals involved. The IG investigation encompasses the FBI and DOJ conduct during the 2015/2016 Hillary Clinton investigation. The Draft Report encompasses the findings.

The Draft Report review is the last review phase prior to the Final report being released. The Draft Report review allows the principals to provide input on the facts identified and outlined within the draft.

 

Responses from the principals about the facts outlined in the draft report are then reviewed, cleared for addition if appropriate, and included in the Final Report. The Draft Report is the first time the DOJ and FBI Principals (only those officials who remain inside the DOJ and FBI) get to see the underlying documentary evidenced gathered in the 17-month-long investigation.

Wall Street Journal – Multiple subjects of a report on the Justice Department’s handling of a 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email use have been notified that they can privately review the report by week’s end, signaling t he long-awaited document is nearing release.

The report is likely to reignite the volatile debate over the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s handling of the Clinton probe, and it will put Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department’s inspector general, in a familiar place—taking aim at members of the law enforcement community.

 

Those invited to review the report were told they would have to sign nondisclosure agreements in order to read it, people familiar with the matter said. They are expected to have a few days to craft a response to any criticism in the report, which will then be incorporated in the final version to be released in coming weeks

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46 mins ago, JohnP said:

#BUTBUTBUTHILLARY

 

Well, the thread is about Hillary, what did you expect? :shrug:

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When the report comes out, there a couple of guys here that will stick their fingers in their ears and scream lalalalalala!

 

Seriously, the denial should be interesting.

 

All just a vast right wing conspiracy!

 

Noooooooo!

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Meanwhile, the sham run by Mueller is falling apart in grand style.

 

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What a Sideshow — The Mueller Case Is Falling Apart

Lawyers defending the Russian company Concord Management indicted by the corrupt Mueller team again called out Mueller’s liberal hacks and labeled their allegations as “made up” nonsense.

As reported on Wednesday, Concord Management’s lawyers revealed that Mueller’s team of ignored over 70 discovery requests they had made for information before the case.  In response Mueller’s team offered to give Concord Management’s lawyers a massive amount of social media data from those dangerous trolls (jk) who sought to influence the US election and the majority of it was in RUSSIAN.

Mueller’s lawyers then admitted that they don’t even have English translations for the Russian social media posts.  So Mueller’s lawyers don’t have English translations to the Russian social media posts but we’re supposed to believe we were influenced by these posts?

Now we have more information on the hearing. At one point, the Mueller attorney, former Clinton Foundation attorney Jeannie Rhee stated that there is “1.5 to 2 terabytes of data, covering hundreds of facilities that compromise the defendant’s operational accounts” provided to the courts.

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This is more proof Mueller rolled out this indictment of Russians as a PR stunt to justify his witch hunt; his team is not prepared to try this case and it’s hilarious to watch as they struggle and look like the corrupt amateurs that they are.

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"Facilities" in this context turns out to mean social media accounts :laugh: 

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8 mins ago, J said:

"Facilities" in this context turns out to mean social media accounts :laugh: 

They mean to bury the defense in 1.5 to 2 terabytes of extraneous meaningless data.

 

Hopefully the judge will see through this ploy and ask for the pertinent, along with translation.

 

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These duplicitous effers work for us. Congress should remove funding and shut them down. 

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