Skip to comments.Strzok-Page texts debated whether to share details with DOJ on key London meeting in 2016
Posted on 07/03/2019 10:45:19 PM PDT by bitt
Text messages between former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page debating how much information to share with the Justice Department about a London meeting -- days after the bureau opened its initial Russia investigation -- are drawing fresh scrutiny as alleged surveillance abuse and the probes origins are investigated by three separate probes, Fox News has learned.
On Aug. 3, 2016, Strzok wrote, "I think we need to consider the lines of what we disclose to DOJ. For example, the last stipulation notes we will not disclose [the] identifies outside the FBI. I think you might argue the unauthorized disclosure might (reasonably) be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage to US national security..."
In an earlier discussion on Aug. 2, 2016, Strzok reported he had a good meeting. Page warned, "Make sure you can lawfully protect what you sign. Just thinking about congress, foia (Freedom of Information Act), etc. I'm sure it's fine. I just don't know how protection of intel-type stuff works in that context."
Fox News has learned some of the words and names that were redacted in the string of Strzok-Page messages; they are included below.
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Everyone is driving on the wrong side of the road!
And all the men look like girls.
It's like opposite land over there.
Damn, that’s a gorgeous picture. Do you know where it’s from?
Have either of the two FBI ‘lovers’ Page or Strzok gotten separated or divorced from their spouse since their relationship exploded onto the headlines?
Have any of their alleged ‘pillow talk’ texts ever been released to the public?
What factual evidence exists that these two ever had an affair?
Looks like some sort of hotel?
Looks like the Continental from the John Wick movies to me. lol
It's where the meeting referred to in this article took place.
Excellent question, mickety.
Or was the "lover story" cover by the dirty FBIers to explain "redacting" and withholding their texts.
I wonder who the second agent at the meeting was.
what did the UK know and when did it know it?
And what did it do...
Is it the Langham Hotel?
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