Peter Strzok Admitted to Obstruction of Justice (Again) in Newly Released Text Messages




Peter Strzok keeps digging his grave every day!



Sen. Ron Johnson sent an additional letter to the FBI and Department of Justice requesting additional communications records for senior federal law enforcement and intelligence officials including James Comey, Andrew McCabe, James Rybicki, John Giaclone, James Turgal, Jonathan Moffa and Randy Coleman, among others.

Sen. Johnson’s letter to the FBI and DOJ read:

“On January 29, 2017 FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe reportedly resigned following “a private meeting with FBI Director Christopher A. Wray during which Wray expressed concern about the findings of an investigation by the Justice Department’s Inspector General.”

Accordingly, I respectfully request that the Department produce all text messages newly recovered sent or received by Peter Strzok and Lisa Page for the period December 14, 2016, to May 17, 2017. In addition, to ensure the Committee has a complete understanding of the FBI’s investigation, I respectfully request the following information and material:

  1. Please produce all documents and communications, including but not limited to emails, memoranda, notes, text messages, iPhone instant messages, and voicemails, for the period January 1, 2015, to the present referring or relating to the FBI’s Midyear Exam investigation, the presence of classified information on Secretary of State Clinton’s private email server, or candidates for the 2016 presidential election for the following custodians:

James Comey;
James Rybicki;
Andrew McCabe;
John Giaclone
James Turgal;
David Bowdich;
Jonathan Moffa;
Peter Strzok;
Lisa Page;
Trisha Anderson;
E.W. Priestap;
George Toscas;
Randy Coleman;
Brian Brooks;
Michael Kortan; and
James Baker.

2. Please explain whether any of the individuals identified in question 1 have been affected by the apparent Samsung device software glitch that lost the text messages of Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page.

  1. Please provide the calendars of the individuals named in question 1 from January 1, 2015 to the present.
  2. Please explain how and when the Department of Justice became aware that the FBI failed to retain communications of FBI employees between approximately December 14, 2016 and May 17, 2017.
  3. Has the FBI experienced similar failures to retain communications on other employee issued-devices?
  4. Did the FBI issue iPhones for any individual on the midyear exam team? Please explain.
  5. Please provide the email(s) Secretary Clinton sent President Obama while she was located in the “territory of a sophisticated adversary.”

Meanwhile, DOJ Inspector Michael Horowitz is expected to complete his report on misconduct within the FBI and DOJ in the next couple of weeks. via



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