Lisa’s Testimony Page: Collusion Still Not Installed By Appointment of Special Advisor Müller
More than nine months after the FBI opened a highly covert anti-espionage investigation into the alleged coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia, FBI lawyer Lisa Beige said investigators were still unable to say whether there was collusion or not, Of Peugeot’s last closed shuttles. By Fox News.
Beige said, ‘I think this represents that until May 2017, we have not yet been able to answer the question.’
The page was responsive to Republican Rep. John Ratcliffe of Texas, who wanted more information on the May 2017 text, where her colleague at the time and FBI agent Peter Struck discussed the merits of joining Robert Mueller’s team. The page sat for the interview before the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees in mid-July as part of a joint congressional investigation into the Justice Department’s handling of e-mail inquiries by Russia and Clinton.
According to the copy, the page stopped the middle of the reply ‘… sorry … can I consult a lawyer? I’m sorry I need to consult with an FBI solicitor for a moment.’
‘I can not provide confidential interview details,’ Ratcliffe told Fox News when asked to comment. ‘But I can say that Lisa Begg gave me the impression, based on her words, that the main investigator in the case of Russian complicity, Peter Struck, found no evidence of complicity after almost a year.’
‘Lisa Page left me with the impression, based on her own words, that the lead investigator of the Russian collusion case, Peter Strzok, had found no evidence of collusion after nearly a year.’
On May 18, 2017, the text was highlighted by Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz in his latest report on the handling of Clinton’s investigation via e-mail by the FBI and the Department of Justice. The next day to appoint a special adviser to Robert Mueller in the Russian investigation on May 17, Startzuk and Peg discussed whether Strosz joins the Müller team.
‘Who gives f*, more (assistant) (manager) … (against) (a) n inquiry leads to the accusation?’ Strzok wrote on May 18, according to an IG report. ‘I both know that the odds are not something,’ Streszuk says, ‘if I think I’m probably not, I’m partly hesitant because of my sense of interest.
The attached version shows Ratcliff reading the quasi-literal text to a page, asking her to explain it, especially if the main investigator in the case of complicity in Russia, the agent Strezuk believes that ‘the possibilities are nothing, and he was worried that there is no big there for any collusion … ‘
‘I think it is a reflection of us that we still do not know … It is still within the scope of the possibility that there will be nothing literally, perhaps nothing at all, as we know most likely, but in the results chart The most serious of which is serious enough to justify isolation, but at the other level, as you know, a person may have been unintentional, in fact, involved in the release of information, but ultimately none of the senior officials of the Department Campaign, so the text reflects this spectrum.
During the deportation, Beige said she was not trying to be ‘cautious’, but there were restrictions on what she could reveal. ‘I’m not supposed to talk about the adequacy of the evidence, which is why I carefully weigh my words.’ I can not answer his feelings about this particular text, but certainly this point was the case going on, we did not have an answer, this is the case. Clear, I think we all have been moving frequently – what was the answer actually.
May 2017 is a major month because the FBI James Dickey James Kume was expelled by President Trump and Moller was appointed as a special attorney. In August, Deputy Attorney General Ruud Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller, wrote the ‘secret note’ that is still confidential and limits the investigation of lawyers.
The text, the Beige newspaper, reports to congressional sources that it raises important questions about the original predicate and if by the summer of 2017 it has largely turned into a disability, not Russia’s complicity.
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