Skip to comments.IG Report: FBI Agent Peter Strzok Sent Weiner Sealed Indictment To His Personal Email… (Flashback!)
Posted on 07/12/2018 7:14:07 AM PDT by Kid Shelleen
One of the interesting aspects of the IG report is the documented use of personal email by participants within the FBI small group Mid-Year-Exam (MYE) team. [pg 424]
One of those documented examples involves FBI Agent Peter Strzok downloading the content of the sealed Anthony Weiner Indictment, October 29, 2016, to his personal email address. Unauthorized extraction of a sealed SDNY indictment, and transmission to a non-secure system, is a felony.
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Married, with a girlfriend on the side and he is checking out a weiner......
Yeah, but did he “intend” to do it?
Unauthorized extraction of a sealed SDNY indictment, and transmission to a non-secure system, is a felony.
Can we find a reasonable prosecutor to prosecute?
As a former Army and Dept of State Sys Adm/Information Management Specialist, you have no right to privacy using a government computer - any and all communications found on a government device, to include usage of personal email on that system can be obtained by the government. I have personally had to sit with investigators to pull everything off of desktops, laptops, servers, etc., for investigations, to include recovery of deleted email from servers in the
scribbly junk left behind by microsoft just to allow you to recover anything deleted. His personal data is kept on a different server from the email and separate from his “log on system” in his PST which is backed up daily.
No one that he knew of. The head of FBI counter intelligence's private email account would definitely be targeted by foreign states.
WHAT?? THAT should have landed him in PRISON!
Only us common people have to worry about laws. The people in the upper levels of our government are above the law. They are allowed to spit all over the law and get protection from the just us department.
Stroke, weener, Peter, etc.
Good piece. Comments are the usual “Huber will get them!” crapolla. Sessions did not give him prosecutorial authority (nor jurisdiction) in the famous letters. I’ve read them like 5x each. Nope, not there.
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