Former FBI Supervisory Special Agent, Robyn Gritz’s, letter in support of Lt. General Michael Flynn that details corruption at the highest levels of the agency has been made public.
The letter is addressed to Judge Sullivan, presiding over the Flynn case. Flynn is scheduled to be sentenced December 18, 2018.
The following is a portion of Gritz’s letter to Judge Emmet Sullivan:
Bill Priestap, the corrupt chief of counterintelligence who helped oversee Hillary Clinton’s botched email investigation and who was involved in Obama-gate is retiring this year.
Bill Priestap was the FBI official who changed the wording in the James Comey July 2016 speech to remove the word “President” and replace it with “another senior government official” to hide this fact from the American public.
According to the Daily Caller: FBI agents raided the home of a recognized Department of Justice whistle-blower who privately delivered documents pertaining to the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One to a government watchdog, according to the whistle-blower’s attorney.
Last Fall, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, appointed Special Prosecutor, John Huber, to investigate whether the FBI abused its power when it obtained a FISA warrant and three subsequent renewals, on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
One year later and Huber has not interviewed any key witnesses.
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FBI Director Christopher Wray testified to the U.S. Senate Wednesday morning about domestic spying and government abuse of data.
Senator Rand Paul asked Director Wray if President Trump’s conversations are being collected in the FISA database and he would not answer.
“Do you think that it is possible that the President’s conversations with international leaders are in the FISA database?” Senator Paul asked Director Wray.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein wasn’t joking when he told former FBI officials Andrew McCabe and Lisa Page that he wanted to secretly record President Trump and use the tapes to remove him from office, according to the FBI’s former top lawyer.