Strzok: Defended Affair, Said Mueller Never Questioned Him On Bias and Revealed A DOJ Deal With FBI
Strzok also revealed details about his removal from Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s investigation, the removal of his security clearance and answered a slew of questions regarding the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to send classified documents. The lawmakers also asked detailed questions about his role overseeing the FBI’s investigation into President Trump’s campaign and alleged Russian collusion.
As head of the FBI’s Russia division in counterintelligence, Strzok was fired last year by the FBI, after a lengthy investigation by the Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed details about Strzok’s affair and exposed tens of thousands of anti-Trump text messages between the lovers.
Strzok’s testimony was made available Thursday by Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee. Collins released Justice Department official Bruce Ohr’s testimony March 8 and on Tuesday he released Page’s testimony.
Strzok Escorted Out of FBI Headquarters June, 2018
In June, 2018 there were a handful of stories that revealed then-FBI Special Agent Strzok was escorted out of FBI headquarters by officials.
And several weeks before the closed door hearing on June 27, 2018, Strzok’s security clearance was suspended.
“Within the last two weeks, there was media reporting that you had been escorted out of the FBI building and that your security clearance was suspended. Is this correct,” asks a committee investigator.
“Yes,” said Strzok, who added the clearance was reinstated so he could review and prepare for his testimony to lawmakers.
When asked by the committee investigator as to why management needed to escort Strzok from the building he said “answering it would call for speculation.”
“And the second thing is my understanding of the FBI’s personal disciplinary process is one which I’m bound by confidentiality, and I can’t talk about what I do know.”
DOJ Deal With FBI on Clinton Foundation
In one of the most explosive parts of Strzok’s testimony, he revealed that the Department of Justice struck a deal with the FBI not to investigate the Clinton Foundation emails.
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