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BREAKING: Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the DOJ for the text messages, travel records, expense reports, & other records of FBI official Peter Strzok & FBI attorney Lisa Page from February 1, 2015 to the present. (1/11)
The text messages are of public interest because Peter Strzok and Lisa Page – who were reportedly carrying on an affair – were key investigators in the Clinton email investigation and Trump-Russia collusion investigation. (2/11)
Peter Strzok was reportedly removed from the Mueller investigative team in August and reassigned to HR after it was discovered that he & Lisa Page (who worked for FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe) exchanged pro-Clinton and anti-Trump text messages. (3/11)
Strzok reportedly oversaw the FBI interview of Flynn; changed Comey’s language about Clinton from “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless”; led the FBI interview of Clinton; & is suspected of using the unverified dossier to obtain a FISA warrant. (4/11)
Judicial Watch filed the FOIA lawsuit against the Justice Department for all records of communications, including but not limited to, emails, text messages, and instant chats, between FBI official Peter Strozk and FBI attorney Lisa Page. (5/11)
Judicial Watch also filed the FOIA lawsuit against the Justice Department for any & all travel requests, travel authorizations, travel vouchers, and expense reports of both Peter Strozk & Lisa Page. (6/11)
Senator Ron Johnson – chair of the Senate Homeland Security Committee – revealed the FBI said it was unable to preserve text messages from December 14, 2016 to May 17, 2017 due to “misconfiguration issues” w/ FBI-issued phones used by Strzok & Page. (7/11)
The missing messages span dates including the presidential transition, inauguration, Strzok interviewing Flynn, Flynn’s firing, Comey’s firing, the leaking of Comey’s memos, & the launch of Mueller’s Russia probe, where Strzok & Page were employed. (8/11)
The Strzok-Page text messages are potentially responsive to several pending Judicial Watch FOIA lawsuits, but the FBI has yet to produce any records, explain the missing records to the courts, or be forthcoming about these newly disclosed materials. (9/11)
JW Prez @TomFitton: I don’t believe the Strzok-Page texts are really missing. The IRS told us Lois Lerner’s emails were ‘missing’ but we forced them to admit they existed. The StateDept hid Clinton’s emails but our lawsuits blew open that cover-up. (10/11)
JW Prez @TomFitton: Judicial Watch fully intends to get the ‘missing’ Strzok & Page docs. It is shameful the FBI & DOJ have been playing shell games with these smoking gun text messages. Frankly, FBI Director Wray needs to stop the stonewalling. (11/11)
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