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Fresh update on "deputy assistant director" discussed on Jeff Katz
"Gallian is a retired supervisory special agent with the FBI. You see him as a major major law enforcement analyst on CNN. He is working on his PhD he is I believe an adjunct professor, and he knows stuff like you just wouldn't believe. And I'm just thrilled. He's making some time for his Jimmy. Thank you for being here, sir. Jeff. Always good to join you. And I love When you talk about the Richmond squirrels. They were the Triple A Richmond Braves back when I was a huge fan of that team, and any time you mix that in with politics and pints, what could possibly go wrong discussing politics and a couple of cocktails? Nothing can go sideways. There It is back in tow, and, well, I'm uh, I'm putting together my nickels from the kid's piggy banks right now, in case anybody needs bail, so I think we'll be all right. Hey, you bring. In addition, this amazing law enforcement background you brings the background of somebody who graduated from West Point served in the United States Army before we get into the details of the case, Can you give me your gut check thoughts on General Michael Flynn. So you know, Jeff hey, was a guy who for the longest mean had a distinguished career in the United States. Military was retired Lieutenant general and obviously in the Intel community meat served in a number of positions in the Obama administration, And obviously he, um, he left the Obama administration and became sort of a political surjit for President Trump when he was a candidate for the presidency and then was tapped for a very brief period of time as President Trump's national security advisor and obviously is your listeners who are are stupid and follow these type of things. When the Russian collusion case which the FBI had had named Crossfire, Hurricane um you know, went underway. General Flynn got ensnared in that and, uh, you have me on to talk to you about today. My position on this case, Jeff has let's just put it politely. Has someone evolved from our initial conversations on this one brother. All right, so as we get into the FBI's involvement, the latest Piece of information that seems to be of interest to a lot of people. Well, with the exception of Judge Sullivan, it seems to be of interest to a lot of people is a missing three old too. Can you explain to everybody what a 302 is? Sure. So the so the actual term, you know that the you know the FBI. We love acronyms, right? We use them for everything in the government. And so an FD thrill to it stands for federal document three or two. And that essentially is a testimonial document. So if an FBI agent is doing something administratively, they would type up a memo. Where or, you know, send a you know, letterhead Memorandum to the file or, you know, there are number of different, you know vehicles that that an FBI agent can use to post things to a file, however. Anything that's discoverable. Everything. Anything that's possibly testimonial in nature, meaning relating to something that may be used in a court of law goes on to a 302. Generally speaking two agents will participate in this when it involves an interview of Ah suspect or a subject or a witness. Um, and then they'll both sign it. It has to be uploaded to the file within a minimum of five business days. So if you conduct the interview on a Monday it has to be uploaded to the file on Friday. Jeff at the tail end of my career. I retired in 2000 and 16. Everything became digitized. So you know, instead of typing it up and having to physically post a document to the file, it would be uploaded onto a computer. And then the notes related to that spy would be put into what we call one a envelope. And I know I'm getting a little wonky here. But then that would be attached to the file itself. So what you're referencing is the fact that the original Michael Flynn interview that was conducted by and this is a name that's gonna be You know, fairly ubiquitous to your audience. Thean famous Peter struck, who was the deputy assistant director, FBI headquarters of the time and another agent by the name of Joe P. M. Cosas, supervisor headquarters. They went to visit General Flynn at the White House about four days after the transition from the Obama administration to the Trump administration. Andy McCabe, who's the deputy director of the time and advised the general, No worries. You don't need to have an attorney with you, You know, no words. We just want to ask you. Some questions were confused about something that's going on with Russian meddling in the election. General invited them in. The agents, then conducted an interview. Those interviews, thoughts went on to some notes that agent P M corrode up and then the original 30 to the original document, Jeff was somehow lost. Okay? No, Jimmy, I I understand the vast bureaucracy that is the FBI and the Department of Justice. But it would seem to me as a a non Career agent That would probably be something you want to hang on to write. Left. We're not talking about a violation of some minor case involving the migratory Third Act we're talking about. The seminal case that was targeting. I mean, obviously the Kremlin but a presidential campaign for this document to be lost, and the only thing that exists of it now are the Written notes, which were put into a one a envelope and then a follow up documenting three or two, which was an interview of Deputy assistant director Peter Struck at the time and his recollections of what Took place during the interview. Now the thing you and I talked about before that it's so unsettling and unseemly. That's the right word is the fact that Peter struck, who was involved in an extramarital affair with With Lisa Paige, a Department of Justice attorney. At the time she worked directly for the deputy director. They were editing that 302 after the fact..
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Slimming and closing in on none that Americans will Seymour Corona virus related financial leave before the election. Senate negotiations broke down Thursday, with both parties blaming the other. There doesn't seem to be a ton of urgency coming out of the White House, and I think that's a big piece of y things. Are stalled up here on Capitol Hill, NBC's Casey Hunt. The sides have moved farther apart, but it's not all over yet. The House is in session until October. 2nd and the Senate doesn't break for the election until the ninth. Fraud is now alleged in a big part of the last financial package, the Paycheck Protection program, or P P P, which provided forgivable loans to small businesses that agreed not to lay people off during the pandemic, FBI Deputy Assistant Director John Jimenez We've opened several 100 PPP related investigations. We've identified nearly 500 PPP related subjects. Individuals we believe have project Lee requested to receive hundreds of millions of dollars in care act stimulus funds directed to P p pee loans, but only 57. People have actually been charged. However, IRS deputy Chief of Criminal investigations James Lee bows to track down all the others. Those of you out there, they think you're smart. You think you're staying under the radar? Because you're not flowing the stolen money. You know, I'm here to tell you that you're not smart. We all see you and you cannot hide from these paper and digital trails that you're leaving behind. For us to follow. The program was established March 27th of this year with the signing of the cares Act. Twitter wants to. Suddenly, some of the San Francisco office space now that its employees can permanently work from home near London buried says That trend is threatening the city's entire economy. U. S. Consumers are projected to spend a billion hours shopping on mobile devices this holiday season. That's according to AP, Annie a Mobile data and analytics company that would be 50% more shopping by phone than last year. Amazon's delayed Prime day is expected in early October. Ali Baba Singles Day comes in November ahead of Black Friday in the kickoff of the holiday shopping season. Consumer and Business News Joe McConnell, NBC news radio. I just don't think that's happening. I think we've learned enough about Corona virus, how to take care of it, how to be healthy and to stay out of harm's way and how to be smart about it, and businesses should be able to continue to run. I just don't think there's gonna be a shutdown. You know, Even if Trump doesn't mandate a mask mandate like Biden wants to do. I have a lot of different opinions. All those things aside, How are they gonna affect the market? I don't know if you're worried about it, take your profits and go to the sidelines until the market settles down. You know if you are scared about losing money in the market, because either person that gets elected is going to cause a crash, and by the way, I think because of where the market is, it is so valued at such a crazy level Seriously, it's it's just unprecedented, and there's really no underlying economic factors. That makes sense. I mean, the article we talked about earlier in the show discusses that you know you've got Jeff Bezos selling $5 billion His own stock, almost five of his own stock in Amazon, or why would he be raising cash? There's over $5 trillion in money market funds right now, when the heck if the stock markets that could wise wiser, so much money in money market funds, I think it was only like there's five trillion. I think it was only like 1.5 trillion or less than two trillion when the stock market crash in. Oh, wait where people were starting to get afraid. Start raise cash. There's a lot of people a lot of smart people that are raised in cash right now. You're not going to be considered dumber on out wire if you decide to raise cows. Asher and take profits right now, when the stock markets at an unprecedented high if you sell right now you are selling high You are selling high no matter what. Unless you bought it yesterday. You can't not so high, so why not take profits? Why not be happy? You have what you have, If you miss a little bit upside because you have peace of mind. Let's say the stock market goes up 10% after the election, you get all bummed because you miss out Well, what if the election happens? People say Well, everything goods already been priced into the market. Trump wins, So it's trump economy. Well, is he really going to get everybody back to work in time? Is it really going to make up the difference for all the money that we've lost this year in the economy may be already priced in and Trump election win. Maybe it's time for the market to correct and go backto sanity while we try to dig out of all the debt that we've already caused with the Corona virus, stimulus packages, maybe. Ah, if Biden wins, people gonna get scared and sell a market off, So either way, maybe the market goes down 50. Would you rather say, Well, I'm so interested in making 10 or 15 after the election that I'm willing to take a chance on losing 50th election doesn't go the way the market wants it too, Then. You should be out. If you can't afford to lose the money. If that'll make you sick, then you should be out. If you've got five or 10 years if you're my kids, and I don't know if I'm going to retire, But quite frankly, I'm divesting in the market personally, not all of it, but I've got a very small percentage of money in the market compared to what I had a few years ago, And that's because you know what's great time to get out. Great time. Take profits. Great time to kind of wait out and see the stock market get to better,.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Senate negotiations broke down Thursday, with both parties blaming the other. There doesn't seem to be attentive urgency coming out of the White House, and I think that's a big piece of why things Are stalled up here on Capitol Hill, NBC's Casey Hunt. The sides have moved farther apart, but it's not all over yet. The House is in session until October. 2nd and the Senate doesn't break for the election until the ninth. Fraud is now alleged in a big part of the last financial package, the Paycheck Protection program, or P P P, which provided forgivable loans to small businesses that agreed not to lay people off during the pandemic, FBI Deputy Assistant Director John Jimenez We've opened several 100 PPP related investigations. We've identified nearly 500 PPP related subjects. Individuals we believe have project Lee requested to receive hundreds of millions of dollars in care act stimulus funds directed to P p pee loans, but only 57. People have actually been charged. However, IRS deputy Chief of Criminal investigations James Lee vows to track down all the others. Those of you out there, they think you're smart. You think you're staying under the radar? Because you're not flying the stolen money. You know, I'm here to tell you that you're not smart. We all see you and you cannot hide from these paper and digital trails that you're leaving behind. For us to follow. The program was established March 27th of this year with the signing of the cares Act. Twitter wants to. Suddenly, some of the San Francisco office space now that its employees can permanently work from home near London buried says That trend is threatening the city's entire economy. U. S. Consumers are projected to spend a billion hours shopping on mobile devices this holiday season. That's according to AP, Annie a Mobile data and analytics company that would be 50% more shopping by phone than last year. Amazon's delayed Prime day is expected in early October. Ali Baba Singles Day comes in November ahead of Black Friday in the kickoff of the holiday shopping season. Consumer and Business News Joe McConnell, NBC news radio. Deadly wildfires have been torching the West this week, thousands of firefighters battling dozens of blazes across nine states,.
Chinese hackers try to steal COVID-19 vaccine research
"Well the president talking about the Chinese the trump administration plans to issue a warning that cyber actors linked to the Chinese government are trying to get U. S. research on coronavirus treatments and vaccines and this first broke the story in The New York Times I remember reading little bits and pieces about it so it's being issued by the FBI department of homeland security both agencies monitoring the of course all of the foreign government hackers during the pandemic and they're warning universities and resorts research facilities and healthcare institutions but of course the you've got Rece now more than ever cyber security should be number one on everybody's list not that we didn't know this and certainly in the show we have delved into it and talk to owners of different people about things that you can do but and always try to stay on top of that it's you're never fast enough we just had somebody called snow on from IBM and what they were doing to prevent hacking to look at what hackers were doing what lengths they would go to and now here you have this and it's not a surprise that we would see this but how do you shut it down to the FBI Deputy Assistant director for the cyber division said just last month that they've seen intrusions in the institutions I mentioned so universities the research spots and the health care Silesian institutions and there are people that have publicly identified themselves as working on code red related research and sometimes get them find their way in there so there are lots of warnings being issued in private cybersecurity firms and U. S. government agencies of course are also noticing that Russia China Iran North Korea they're escalating cyber activity and disinformation related to the corona virus and you know the that what they're calling nontraditional collectors to as well researchers who they analyst to steal scientific data and whatever the proper proprietary technologies are and they're trying to really crack down on this obviously as much as they can if we go back and look at what's happened in the past China's theft of US intellectual property is over four hundred billion dollars annually that's not the total that's annually what we're talking about and this is again nothing new but it's something that is so significant in the middle of this pandemic and one more thing to be concerned about with the hacking of the of the vaccine data and it again and again and again and again we're seeing this come up and especially now with very very tricky like I mentioned during the the pandemic couldn't couldn't be a worse time for
Arrest made after deadly ambush that killed US family in Mexico
"Service let's go to Mexico now the president that has set up a special commission to find out who was behind an ambush wet six children and the mother is lost their lives they were from the Mormon community major drug cartels under suspicion the road ambush was the deadliest attack on US citizens in Mexico in recent memory as I said the victims came from prominent local families including the liberals and long fronts jul citizens of both Mexico and the United States officials said the nine could have been victims of mistaken identity given the high number of violent confrontations among warring drug gangs in the area so was it an accident all with a family deliberately targeted and that some of them is a former Deputy Assistant director of defense at the Pentagon and also at the White House she now works as a journalist presenting a weekly show on security in Mexico it's hard to figure out really what happened because there's very confusing collisions coming out bowls from the government and just some of my sources which to argue that it was an accident they did know that those who were in the car were women and children there were two different cars there is information from one of the children that survived that the mother and come out and start screaming in the cars full of children please don't shoot when the other car that they shot at they bring the car and pulls the babies and the mother died basically burns so they knew that there was children and another car so it's not that they were confusing these people with you know another drug cartel leader or something like that that just happen to be in that part of the country driving this road so they knew they were killing women and children the question is line we now know family members have said that the Mormon community in northern Mexico from where this family K. unknown to speaking outs about cartel violence they received threats in the pause yeah I because this adds to the picture of not an accident maybe a deliberate targeting and that's one of the investigations that is taking place that there had been some type of confrontation although we don't have information that that exactly happened that there may have been some type of confrontation with these families there's another discussion taking place where there are these fights for the trafficking routes in that part of the country in which the head of the organization just basically ordered to shoot at anyone who's going down the road that's another theory but the bottom line is in a country where you know you have very violent criminal organizations some could argue that someone was violent criminalization is in the world this case in particular the way these women were killed in these babies were killed and burned it is clearly out of the number ma'am unit has shocked the nation that has shocked to Mexico and there will be a lot of pressure from the US government to make sure that this case is was all you know some of these what to this area and has deep knowledge of these kind of cartels this seems to be off the scale in turn it is it's the property and the fight that knowing who the targets were you would still carry on with your tight you would burn a vehicle with with children and babies in its on this thirteen year old survivor we've had his testimony now hiding his siblings walking for fourteen miles has this reached a new low even from your experience it has it has you know we've been going back I have a team of experts that participate on when the mind shows security experts in you know we're kind of going back and trying to find specific cases of these type of violence against children in the it is out there but usually has banned the use of this violence against other cartel leaders children not in this fashion and it is very public I mean the difference now is that we have a lot of images and a lot of information not only as to what happens but about the victims no the pictures and media videos of these children are being broadcasted all over Mexico and the United States so it it's called rendus tragedy and because the US government is pressuring to find who did this could be solved I mean I think they're venture going to find out who did it and why they did it the problem is with those cases where they're killing in them young people and they're killing children around the country those cases are just not getting some Mexico is living through a semi or in different parts of the country it's quite violent as an aside as a former Deputy Assistant secretary of defense at the Pentagon also worked at the White House and we do no arrests have now been made in the hunt for the people behind
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Inspired solutions for America. Impeachment inquiry is warranted based on what you understand what has come out in the report. Absolutely chris. I'm not a political person. I'm not a political operative. I respect the house leadership. And the fact that they may be considering, you know, a lot of polls and political strategy in the way figuring out what to do next. That's not my business. My business is investigations evidence finding information and exposing that information when when the American public has a right to know it. I think we are clearly there with the results of the special counsel team. There are so many witnesses who could provide important essential testimony to congress, that can only be done in the scope of an impeachment inquiry. I think that action should be taken immediately and I think people should finally here for themselves. Exactly what those witnesses have to say, whether or not that results in articles of impeachment. And trial in the Senate, and all those sorts of things is beside the point. Oh, okay. Andy mccabe. Sure. Let's, let's have a fifth investigation. Meanwhile those criminal referral against him. And a very interesting thing, just so happen to be time the day that Robert Muller, had his nine and a half minute little press conference that five hours later e- said in a letter from the special counsel's office, along with the attorney general Bill bar. Yeah. Never mind, everything I just said earlier in the day that got the media, so hyped up historical. And crazy is not true that we couldn't come to a conclusion because of DOJ policy and constitutional issues around, whether you can or cannot indicted, sitting president, when I said, over and over again, that was not a consideration, even though I well backtracked on my own press conference, reading somebody else's handwritten notes poorly, because I had no idea what was in it. That's what it seemed like to me. Now, Andrew McCabe, there was that day that Muller gave his testimony, very interesting. There was a recommendation for indictment. A foreign leaky high ranking official now John Solomon has a brand new investigative piece out and headline is feds gone wild DOJ's, stunning inability to prosecute its own bad actors was caught. Red-handed engaged the nepotism, and other lawyer. No less admitted to shoplifting at marine barracks store. A third leaked sealed court information to the news media fourth engaged in fraud by turning a government garage into a personal repair shop for many people apparently four cases. All solved in the past month suspects, who cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars and significant breaches of public trust clearly some of these are crimes, but these aren't your everyday perpetrators all were department of Justice employee's who are supposed to catch criminals, working for the FBI the DA, the US attorney's offices, instead, they broke the law and all manage to escape prosecution despite their proven. Transgressions reason, state, Justice department disciplinary files telling undeniable story and under the leadership of the inspector General, Michael Horowitz, DOJ's internal watchdog is doing an outstanding job of policing bad conduct inside America's premiere law enforcement agency, and the DOJ's doing a poor job of punishing its own and that brings us to the case of which I am talking about about leaking. High level individual recommending a criminal charge. And that was denied something that probably wouldn't happen to any of you. Or if your last name was, let's say, Paul Manafort, or general Flynn, or let's say, Michael, cone, or Roger stone, anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free. Telephone number our to John Salomon executive vice president president for the hill investigative reporter, Greg Jarrett author, the number one bestseller, the Russia hoax, Fox News legal analyst. John, this was your column. We'll start with you. Greg is very familiar with the ideas recommendation that one particular case. And why do I suspect? It could be somebody as high ranking as McCabe who, of course now wants impeachment, but of is not biased against Trump at all. Well, listen, it's been fifteen months inspector general, I referred Andrew McCabe for possible investigation for lying in leaking. He did both things lied about leaking. And nothing has happened in fifteen months to put that in perspective in just a few short months in five months. There were three separate people in the Muller's Weisman investigation that were indicted for lying to prosecutors. So why does it take a short time to indict everyday Americans and it takes a long time to punish anyone at the time or maybe an impossible task? Yeah. It may not happen. That's the question that is raising this article were about to enter the most important internal affairs investigation in recent Justice department Bill bars investigation of everything involving spy gate, Russia and the question that will be there, if, if it finds wrongdoing will people really get punished. And if you look at the last month of internal affairs. Estimations by the you find great investigations found FBI agent, shoplifting and DA of sending hundreds of thousands of dollars to their family illegally -ffective money. Essentially, you've got all sorts of wrongdoing documented confirmed admitted to the none of the people are fired. One is allowed to retire the others continued to be employed by the department, and non prosecuted, even though they were referred for prosecution. It raises the question candidacies department actually investigate indisciplined itself. Why did I suspect that criminal referral coming from the inspector general's office on the day that mother spoke, which was kind of buried the story? Gregg jarrett. Is there any chance he was talking about Andrew McCabe? Well, it could be should be because Andrew McCabe he's the guy who proves the Peter principle, the management theory that people in a hierarchy tend to the level of their own incompetent. And in McCain's case it's not just incompetence and ignorance of the law. It's malevolence. This is a man who just a few months ago was still saying he thinks the president United States is rushing agent, 'cause he was trying to peddle his book, which is to read and trying to profit by his own wrongdoing. I mean, that's, that's what it's come to people like McCabe and James Comey engaged in rampant corrupt acts and they're trying to profit by it at the same time they continue to appear on television shows on MSNBC, and CNN and elsewhere, and defame, and smear, the president of the United States who engaged in no collusion. You know, the FBI and the department of Justice, it was colluding with a foreign national being funded by Hillary Clinton feeding noodle to the media to frame Donald Trump for something he didn't do. So this is unequal prosecution is enforcement of the law, and it needs to change when it comes to corrupt actors within our own lawn. Forsman agencies. Do we know in any way, will we ever be able to find out John who was recommended by Horowitz to be indicted leaking? And they decided not to we do a deputy assistant director and we know they had the title of deputy assistant director. So you go to the hierarchy top the FBI dread. Second deputy director that McCabe, then there are series of assistant directors. And then each of those assistant directors have their own top deputies. So this person was a deputy director, clearly a senior person. They clearly. Work in the during the Komi McCabe. Erica's leaks in question are during that time frame of two thousand fifteen when the peace stroke and investigations, Hillary Clinton and Russia collusion going on. And we know one of the most serious offenses, that was confirmed, by the idea was this deputy assistant director of the FBI leak information that was under seal by federal court, meaning they violated in. We're in contempt of the law by leaking something that a court had sealed, so that we know their identity. We don't know there's about twenty five to thirty deputy directors, and we don't know which one but we know the rank, and we know the offenses that were confirmed. Okay. Do we know where McCabe at this point? We don't it's incredibly murky there was a very clear referral. He was clearly terminated there's been plenty of documentation since that time to emerge substantiated McCabe wrongdoing. But there's no evidence of a grand jury indictment or any of those sort of activities that would suggest that this moment, he's moving towards some sort of criminal liability. So I think that's the question that Greg just said, is there a dual system of Justice when people look at these cases, that's the first question that comes to mind? I don't think there's any doubt about it, but things seem to be changing and trading changing now rather dramatically, we've got a delay on the inspector general's report. Greg jarrett. But we're being told apparently for good reason as the investigation into the abuses, I am told is going to be very, very brutally honest and tough. And I do believe there will be a lot of people implicated in terms of having broken laws but it even runs deeper than that. And now we. I have a moment where John Durham is now going to go and interview Christopher Steele. And we learn last week that the CIA top officials that could have been very well responsible for the phony dossier that they knew was phony and not verified and never corroborated a spread to the media to impact the two thousand sixteen election. I think we're just realizing that the inspector general and the new department of Justice under William bar with the aid of John Durham, are, are just touching the tip of the iceberg, and that there is such evidence of corruption below the surface that it's going to take a long while to swint through in dig through and sort, it all out, and hold people accountable. And, and so, yeah, it doesn't surprise me at the I g report is not going to be coming out right now. And perhaps it's held in abeyance pending. The interview of Christopher Steele, who is. Hugh, and I've talked about on air is a critical person. I mean, this is the guy who could say, I warned the FBI and the department of Justice that this was uncorroborated information and that they needed to go out in vetted themselves. Now, doesn't explain why he was peddling it to the media claiming that it was verified. But if he warned everybody and there's evidence of that, then that makes the corrupt acts by James Comey, and Andrew McCabe and all the others who signed off on the Faisal warrant appear criminal. Well, and I think that's where we're headed. And I think this is going to be so comprehensive that I don't think anybody really has a full idea yet and it's not going to be a dud like Tamala report, which is was a dud. And I don't think expectations are set high if the rule of laws followed, I think everything we have enough evidence. Now on our own that we know that all of these things happen. Quick break. More with Gregg Jarrett, author of the number one bestseller. The Russia hoax, John Solomon, executive vice president and investigative reporter with the hill hated you know there's a black market, if you travel, you have frequent flyer miles. I know that sounds nuts, but at least a dozen online markets listing these markets created by criminals that steel frequent flyer, my miles than sell them. It's often difficult to detect the crimes. Many people don't check their accounts that often..
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Great American and your weekend with me as we talk about Trump, Trump Trump and more Trump Sunday night at ten six on news talk. Eight fifty W F T L. It's Red Eye Radio. Eight six six ninety redeye Freightliner run smart helping you run more efficiently as Freightliner's number one goal. So. Yeah, look, he's already pleaded guilty. But I think that's where the I believe that's the direction. I mean, that's the direction that I see it going in is look they've all already recommended no jail time. Right. So by the judge be looking at more, you know, you you throw this out there, and you see everything that even McCabe said. As as his notes said, and you can look at this and say, well, wait a minute. There's a great question. Did he view this as an investigation? It doesn't seem like he did it all he did it as talking to colleagues about national security. And and so. When you see a paper like the Wall Street Journal, call it entrapment. And then, you know, break it down everything that was in the the the defense memos. You look at this. And you see that the FBI was seemed to be trying to do everything possible to make make sure that Flynn had no idea that this was an investigation. This was just colleagues talking right? And so that question has to be answered can you be lying to FBI agents? When you don't can you be lying to investigators. If you don't believe that there investigators well because keep in mind Peter Struck was deputy assistant director at that time, and he showed up with another age. Right. So the point being is that if it's a another type of investigation involving an everyday citizen, you're not necessarily going to get the the involvement of a deputy assistant director, and you're certainly not going to get a caller a call from the deputy director. That's not going to happen. You're an agent's going to show up your door notice respect to the special agents out there, but it's not the same level. So.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Quote, at twelve thirty five pm on January twenty four th two thousand seventeen the first Tuesday after the presidential inauguration general Flynn received a phone call from then deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe on a secure phone in his office in the west wing general Flynn had for many years been accustomed to working in cooperation with the FBI in matters of national security, he and Mr. McCabe briefly discussed security training session. The FBI had recently conducted at the White House before Mr. MacKay by his own account stated that he felt that we needed to have two of our agents sit down with general Flynn to talk about his communications with Russian representatives, Mr. mccabe's account states. I explained that. I thought the quickest way to get this done was Naveh conversation between general Flynn and the agents only a further stated that if general Flynn wished to include anyone else in the meeting like the White House counsel. For instance, I would need to involve the department of Justice, general Flynn stated this would not be necessary agreed to meet the. Fbi agents without any additional participants less than two hours later at two fifteen pm FBI deputy assistant director Peter Struck. And a second agent arrived at the White House to interview general Flynn by the agents account, general Flynn was quote, relaxed and jocular and offered to give the agents a little tour of the area around his wife, west wing office. The agents did not provide general Flynn with a warning. Of the penalties for making a false statement before during or after the interview. This is a new material claim in the Flynn defense. He's having this F B I interview under friendly circumstances with F B I personnel. With whom he had reason to believe he was having a sort of cordial or collegial discussion with they did not warn him at any time. According to Flint's defense counsel that if he lied to the FBI even in jocular circumstances like that he would be committing a crime. This is an interesting new claim. Okay. Back to the filing prior to the FBI's interview of general, Flynn, Mr. McCabe and other FBI officials quote decided the agents would not warn Flynn that it was a crime to lie during an F B I interview because they wanted Flynn to be relaxed and they were concerned that giving the warnings might averse adversely affect the report one of the agents reported now what that's being cited to is this footnote here in terms of these these quotes about what the FBI agents were thinking what they decided. Here's the footnote that explains where they're getting these quotes certain information summarized are quoted in this memorandum derives from documents furnish to defendant's council pursuant to the protective order United States versus Flynn. And then there's a case number undersigned council conferred with the government which represented that disclosing the selected information does not constitute a violation of the protective order so Flint's council in the sentencing memorandum they're disclosing stuff that they got from the prosecutor's subject to. Sort of protective order they say they've gotten permission to disclose the stuff, but this is all new to us. All right. Back to this again before the interview FBI officials had decided that quoting if Flint said, he didn't remember something they knew he said, they would use the exact words Flynn used to try to refresh his recollection if Flint still would not confirm what he said, they would not confront him or talk him through it one of the agents reported that general Flynn was unguarded during the interview and clearly saw the FBI agents as allies. All right, continuing general Flynn is fully acknowledged his wrongful conduct and comes before the court to accept the consequences. The circumstances described above warrant the court's consideration as it evaluates the seriousness of the offense. Relative to the circumstances of witness interviews, in typical cases, charged under the federal law that criminalizes false statements to investigators, including a couple of cases, prosecuted by the.
Russia cyber-plots: US, UK and Netherlands allege hacking
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"deputy assistant director" Discussed on WGN Radio
"News sponsored by oral screening tests dot com it is one oh two and here's a dummy bongo thanks paul mostly cloudy skies in eighty four at o'hare raised voices in tons of tension in washington today as former fbi deputy assistant director peter struck testifies before two house committees this exchanges between republican bob goodlatte in democrat jerrold nadler iud's become illegal many fertility treatments would become illegal and i would not be able to have either of my beautiful children that i struggle it's obviously different cut from another skoda's issue rather but in this story starstruck was removed from special counsel robert mueller's team after text messages revealed bias against president trump struck saying his actions never reflected any bias he was very remorseful when he resigned but the head of the cook county forest preserves lee says the officer caught on video seemingly ignoring women's call for help was he given a fair shake by all of the publicity the viral video shoddy caldwell woods in chicago shows a man confronting and berating a woman for wearing a shirt with the flag of puerto rico she appeals to the officer but the appears to not respond i am sincerely sorry that this happened i've seen the video and i'm outraged that this would happen anywhere little own and especially said that it happened in our force reserves system the head of the district honored randall says conner did not leave in good standing and an investigation to his conduct continues cook county board president toni preckwinkle this afternoon released a statement saying under the leadership of general superintendent arnold brandon his team for preserves cook county of become a safe and welcoming place of expiration for everyone but drowning of a thirteen year old girl at a loyal a beach last week is fueled a push for safety improvements great lakes surf rescue project says it's facebook page has been flooded with calls for longer lifeguard hours the group's founder david benjamin can be extend the late start hours because unfortunately you know hot summertime like people leave people are there usually toll while after dark about nine years ago lifeguard hours were set from eleven am to seven as a cost cutting measure the attorney for porn actress stormy daniels says prosecutors have dropped all charges against her following her overnight arrest at in ohio club our real names stephanie clifford prosecutors memo provided by her lawyer says in ohio illegal touching walk cannot be enforced because daniels is only appeared once at the columbus club masters were left with the columbus city prosecutor's office seeking comment reporters have not received any response back from them and the bill to bear workshop had a promotion that backfired a bit one day promotion was called pay your age day photos outside the stores around the world am in chicago area show extremely long lines by ten this morning safety have become a concern because of all of the congestion in a facebook post the company said shutting it down.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"About names scrub we all we need all of their names to scrub and we should give them hours for the same purpose struck his emailing to page with regard to an article about paul manafort and supposed connections with overseas clients now this is the day after the president has one it's the morning after the election and you would think they'd be focused on transition you instead the very top of the fbi the deputy assistant director for counterintelligence peter struck his boss is engaged in some of these emails as the deputy director of the fbi andrew mccabe at the time and they're talking about scrubbing there is going to this is a confidential informants in getting any information they could any scrub of data they could about all these names that were in this paul manafort stories the day after the election again this weird symbiosis a leak story about something alleging wrongdoing by trump trump's people and then an fbi reaction element says though there in synchronicity right that is leaking and then someone is taking action based on the leak and i think we now know we don't know for sure that at least one leaf was used to support a faisal warrant a leak to the news organization was used to support the warning against carter page now i think investigators looking at this body are wanting is this a cycle do they li so they can take action and create reality that they react to so that they can get further and deeper into the trump campaign yeah i think you're right john solomon and one other aspect of this exchange november tenth peter struck writing to lisa page i suggested we need to exchange our entire lists as we each have potential derogatory c i info the other doesn't means confidential informants at this point we only know of stefan helper as a confidential informant or a spy depending on your perspective doesn't this suggest and verified that there were many more if they have to get their list together very possible you may have see i that will work man of course as we know that for a period of time steel christopher steele who wrote the dirty dossier he himself had been treated as a confidential informant until he was fired for inappropriate contact with the media so they're they're currently talking about scrubbing multiple informants but here's probably the most jarring thing and it has to be familiar with the fda approved how rare this is normally the senior leadership to the fbi aren't scrubbing names and they are reaching out to i that's the work of counterintelligence in the field but for some reason this investigation was pulled out of the field and run by a small group of people who currently have some political expression text messages antitrump expressions and they're basically running the day to day operation even doing the grunt work that fbi agents don't be doing the field and they're supposed to be supervisors it's a red flag to anyone who has looked at these documents in the last month at something amiss was going on this is not what normally goes out and the fbi counterintelligence agents in the field in moscow in london do the work you don't you don't you aren't doing a headquarters and i think that's another flag that this investigation was not running away most investigation johnson add to that the fact that normal procedures somewhat argue a legal procedures would be to every three months at the bare minimum every three months to report these kinds of investigations these kind of investigations to congressional oversight to the gang of eight and we know for a fact that they went nine months without reporting this investigation it all right john solomon great stuff about real fast and we got to let you go but what's next year this is still in the hands of an inspector general he's got other things but then what about the congressional and senate panels who were looking at this well to the big day because there's a possibility that stroke will be forced or compelled to show up that day and take the fifth or answer questions if he chooses in public i think the most important thing that's going on behind the scenes the.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Gonna flip you backwards and you're gonna you're gonna get hit in the but it's a boomerang and here's another example of that happening with these people trying to think trump out so struck literally tried to as we all know and this is from the director general the inspector general that literally struck did not act quickly enough on a clinton emails on purpose with anthony weiner he literally delayed it by one month and he also claimed that russia investigation which we all know is totally fake was more important member this guy was the deputy fbi deputy assistant director peter struck the deputy assistant director guys number two in charge and he said we're gonna stop it we're gonna end a candidacy the who's gonna win do you understand this this is like the stasi this is like the secret police or something okay the irony here struck delayed the clinton email investigation by a month and he said that russia's higher priority the i g says this was unpersuaded of this explanation was unpersuaded in concerning the fbi could have gotten a search warrant in late september but waited more than a month says the inspector general struck ironically enacting out of bias in slowing the clinton laptop review actually unintentionally slowdowns so it could come out perfectly right before the election and make her look worse but we clearly know the struck was not only biased but was actually trying to rig the election it was going to stop it i mean he's the number two in charge of the fbi he can do this i mean this is what the government should do the fbi is not there to be police in blind the fbi is there to take down conservative or populace that we don't like that's why they're there they're apprentice from getting a donald trump there to to prevent us if we don't like obama to prevent from getting obama even if you win we'll take him out that's why we have the fbi guys it's like putin's folks guarany of saying russia's on cropland when he's like putin taking people out that he wants to take out but the irony is he actually hurt hillary and help trump and now coming out it's helping trump even more we're going to put pause on this one we're going to get into at nine dr robert jeffers to tell us why america is a christian.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Program early think firmly all right set this up for us there were text messages between fbi agent peter struck and lisa page and fbi lawyer i'm there's been various batches of these text messages ataka's through what we know about this walk it's really of drinks so peter struck was the top agent on hillary clinton's investigation of her email server he was also probably one of the best counterintelligence agents according to people who know him in the fbi and he had been promoted to be a deputy assistant director and that way after the clinton investigations done member it ended in july of 2016 mandated as an investigation into her email her private emails server etc us dan he starts the rougher pro he's the top travel intelligence guy he's helping you helped supervise that investigation of whether they're links between trump associates and moscow to meddle in the 2016 in presidential election so he is a central guy in sympathies very very important investigations that were taking place yes meanwhile is having an affair with her fbi or you're in we supply h who is the eight like the top or your council two deputy director andrew mccabe and so a lot of other itchy works some on the clinton pro and she's well aware of the russian investigation and their tax they've released various batches their text messages on their work zones uh there was the first batch december's remember that's where all the political ones come out or are they tall called trump a jewish and they call bernie sanders a twostate did not like a lot of politicians um so it's traffic ankle opportunity at disdain if he will get gaba theaters stay trump more than now they released the congress uh a couple of weeks ago three hundred eighty four pages seven thousand text messages they released at bunch it was really interesting i was like insight into to people who were in the crucible of like these two high profile cases in like that he played talk about about to interview clinton at a matt starbucks now the republicans have been using this empty suggested there was some sort of.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Program all right set this up for us there were text messages between fbi agent peter struck and lisa page an fbi lawyer i'm there's been various batches of these are text messages ataka's through what we know about this it's really of trim so peter struck was the top agent on hillary clinton's investigation of her email server he was also probably one of the best counterintelligence agents according to people who know him in the fbi and he had been promoted to be like a deputy assistant director and that way after the clinton investigation is done member it ended in july of 2016 with an investigation into her email her private emails server eccentric guess then he starts the rougher pro he's the top counterintelligence guy he's helping key helped supervise that investigation of whether they're links between trump associates in moscow to meddle in the twenty sixteen presidential election so he is a central guy in sympathy is very very important investigations that were taking place yes meanwhile is having an affair with her fdr or you're in we supply h who is the eight like the top or your council two deputy director andrew mccabe and so a lot of other itchy works some on the clinton perot and she's well aware of the russian investigation and their tax they've released various batches their text messages on their work phones uh there was a first batch december's remember that's where all the political ones come out or are they toll hall trump a jewish and they call bernie sanders a twostate did not like a lot of politicians am so excited ankle opportunity at disdain if he will get yeah but they just dane trump more than now they the congress uh a couple of weeks ago three hundred eighty four pages seven thousand text messages they released that bunch it was really interesting i was like insight into two people who were in the crucible of like these two high profile cases in like that he played talking about like i'm about to interview clinton at a match starbucks now the republicans have been using this anti suggest that there was some sort of.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
"Of the fbi and the justice department have politicized the process in favor of democrats and against republicans so republicans can't have this both ways i you know i you mentioned the word confusing and i think for anyone nuts closely following this story it can be confusing i thought around the election the the accusation was that the fbi was supposed to be biased against clinton and that may have cost her the election yes uh this is very confusing don't forget in may the white house said the official reason for firing jim colmey was that he had been unfair to hillary clinton so i guess what they're trying to say is during the campaign the fbi was biased against clinton and then after the campaign they turned around and became biased against donald trump doesn't make a lot of sense npr political correspondent mara liasson who does make a lot of sense thank you so much thank you and the memo isn't the only thing republicans are using to try and prove bias against the president they also point to text messages between two fbi employees having an affair the text described the possibility of trump becoming president as quote terrifying one of those fbi workers later joined muller's investigation team late last month the techs some texts were recovered and dell quentin wilbur of the wall street journal red through them a warning to listeners there some coarse language ahead mr will welcome to the program tremblay all right set this up for us they were text messages between fbi agent peter struck and lisa page an fbi lawyer on there's been various batches of these text messages ataka's through what we know about this it's really of drink so peter struck was the top agent on hillary clinton's investigation of her email server he was also probably one of the best counterintelligence agents according to people who know him in the fbi and he had been promoted to be like a deputy assistant director in that way after the clinton investigation is done member it ended in july of 2016 ended with an investigation into her email her private emails server etc guess then he starts the.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Those fbi workers later joined muller's investigation team late last month attacks some texts were recovered and dell quentin wilbur of the wall street journal red through them a warning to listeners there some coarse language ahead mr wilbur welcome to the program ernie think firmly all right set this up for us there were text messages between fbi agent peter struck and lisa page and fbi lawyer on there's been various batches of these text messages takase through what we know about this it's really of trim so our peter struck was the top agent on hillary clinton's investigation of her email server he was also probably one of the best counterintelligence agents according to people who know him in the fbi and he had been promoted to be a deputy assistant director and that way after the clinton investigations done member it ended in july of 2016 ended with an investigation into her email her private emails server eccentric us dan he starts the rush for pro he's the top counterintelligence guy he's helping you help supervise that investigation of whether they're links between trump associates in moscow to meddle in the 2016 presidential election so is a central guy in sympathies very very important investigations that were taking place yes meanwhile is having affair with a fbi or your name lisa page who is the eight like the top lawyer councils two deputy director andrew mccabe and so a lot of other itchy works some on the clinton crowe and she is well aware of the russian investigation and their tax they've released various batches their text messages on their work zones um there was the first batch december remember that's where all the political ones come out or they toll called trump a jewish and they call bernie sanders a twostate did not like a lot of politicians um so is her ankle opportunity at disdain if he will get yeah but they just dane trump more than now they released to congress uh a couple of weeks ago three hundred eighty four pages seven thousand text messages they released that bunched it was really interesting euros like insight into two people who were in the crucible of like these two high profile cases in like that he played talking about about to interview clinton at a much stronger bucks now the republicans have been using this to suggest that there was some sort of conspiracy against the.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Techs some techs were recovered and dell quentin wilbur of the wall street journal red through them a warning to listeners there is some coarse language ahead mr wilbur welcome to the program anything from it all right set this up for us they were text messages between fbi agent peter struck and lisa page and fbi lawyer i'm there's been various batches of these text messages ataka's through what we know about this it's really a drink so peter struck was the top agent on hillary clinton's investigation of her email server he was also probably one of the best counterintelligence agents according to people who know him in the fbi and he had been promoted to be a deputy assistant director in that way after the clinton investigations done member it ended in july of 2016 ended with an investigation into her email her private emails server etc us dan he starts the rush for pro he's a top counterintelligence guy he's helping key help supervise that investigation of whether they're links between trump associates in moscow to meddle in the 2016 presidential election he is a central guy in several is very very important investigations that were taking place yes meanwhile is having an affair with a fbi a lawyer lisa page who is the eight liked the top or your councils two deputy director andrew mccabe and so a lot of heart and she works some on the clinton perot and she is well aware of the russia investigation and their tax they've released various batches there text messages on their work phones uh there was the first after december for member that's where all the political ones come out or are they tall called trump a jewish and they call bernie sanders a twostate did not like a lot of the politicians so it is radical opportunity a disdain if he will get gaba state disdain trump more than now they released to congress uh a couple of.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Read aloud a may 19th 2017 text and that struck sent to lease a page and fbi lawyer and his mistress struck road you and i both know the odds are nothing if i thought it was likely it i'd be there no question i hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concerned that there's no big veyre there a johnson said the text referred to the muller investigation which had kicked off two days earlier struck joined that team but was removed in july after the justice department's inspector general discovered his anti trump text exchanges with page as the epa guys deputy counterintelligence chief struck was picked in july two thousand sixteen to oversee the investigation into possible trump campaign collusion with the russian government prior to that he was top investigator on the clinton email inquiry i think that's kind of jaw dropping said johnson a republicans said of the struck tax in other words peter struck who has the fbi deputy assistant director of the counterintelligence division the man who had a plan to do something because he just couldn't abide donald trump being president as saying that his gut sense is that there's no big they're there when it comes to the muller special counsel investigation he said at the text message was included a four hundred pages of text messages exchanged between struck and page lawmakers have started reviewing the trove of documents for evidence of anti trump and proclinton bias johnson also addressed the revelation last friday that the fbi fail to preserve five months worth of text messages exchanged between struck in page a justice department official told johnson's committing and five other congressional panels that a miss configuration issue caused many fbi issued mobile devices to not back up to the bureau servers the fbi said it does not have text messages for struck and paid for the period between december 14th two thousand sixteen and may 17th two thousand seventeen the day muller was appointed johnson said that congress needs to see the missing text messages because struck in page were completely unguarded in their communication so we're getting insight into exactly what's happening inside the fbi the.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on WTMA
"And it has to do with peter struck and the fbi and all of this inside the beltway intrigue this game of thrones house of cards deep states uh creepy nece it is really the left you know they murdered one hundred million people in the last hundred years in the name of bringing about utopia and they're still planning on bringing utopia to us at lays their version of it and i marvel at what we've seen over the last couple of days with this peter struck guy uh it is it's not a conspiracy so much as it is how's it a conspiracy i don't know if he's in collusion with other people and they know the reason collusion with them but he's a but boy for hillary people and he is involved just in the middle of up to as i balls in every bit of the russia's scandal the hillary scandal and he was this nameless faceless party apparatchik a leftist a hillary water carrier inside the fbi who was in the middle of chests everything it's amazing what this guy was in the middle of he was the deputy assistant director of the fbi for counterintelligence now he's in the human resources department throwing cards into a hat waiting for somebody to complain that jesse jackson grub tumor something he was in the go one hill larry interview he was in there he was the guy that persuaded colmey not to prosecute hillary he was the guy that changed the language in the komi speech the komi presentation that took her illegal activity and poff made it legal he almost singlehandedly exonerated cleared hillary clinton because turns out he's her man on the inside he was one of twelve people in the fbi who got a hold of the dossier which by the way was funded by hillary and then was leaked to the press immediately after president trump was briefed on it and that could be a felony leak i think it's time be a special prosecutor for peter str look what do you think because this guy needs to be held accountable it was also funded by the dnc but as a donna brazile made clear the dnc money was all controlled by hillary too so hillary and hillary funded the dossier and struck is one of twelve people in the fbi to get the dossier in the.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Another launch of a missile but this time with a longer ranger he was part of a russian delegation which made an official visit to north korea this week to discuss bilateral cooperation with the russian ambassador to north korea the englishlanguage state run sputnik news agency was reporting more resolve who was a member of the russian state duma committee on international fears as called for a prompt intervention and the situation on the korean peninsula drew a new war and earlier this week young so glee the deputy assistant director of the cia's korea mission center reveal the north korea's latest provocation could come on tuesday when it celebrates the founding of the workers party of korea many pass nuclear or missile test of coincided with mass public celebration so we'll have to wait and see it could coincide with japan's lower house election campaigns than the columbus day holiday in the us given the time difference it would be monday in the us if a missile or nuclear test occurs in north korea on tuesday morning so it would be columbus data us and what is this some world workers they are workers party of korea day whatever this comey thing is that guy going on over there so we'll have to wait and see and we have to wait and see if we're going to shoot this thing down that's what i'm wanted to see you've been following the harvey weinstein sexual harassment thing this is the guy you've heard of before who is who is this guy you've heard a miramax films let's harvey i mean they did uh did they do pulp fiction i know they did uh sex lies in videotape they did the as several of the movies like that anyway apparently allegedly this guy has been sexually harassing women in at work for decades and one of those other saying that that he sexually harassed her and was ashley judd liu said like a couple of decades ago she was having a meeting with them and she was said to his hotel room or something any immeasurable the wearing of bathrobe and wanted to uh wanted to give her a massage and then ask her if she would watch him while he took a shower and.
"deputy assistant director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Time nine forty nine seventy two degrees scattered clouds now in boston good morning i'm devil all our top stories were watching coming right up at the top of the hour fired fbi director james comey while gave his highly anticipated testimony therefore the senate intel egypt's committee he will give his take on contacts with the president some of which he says made him feel uneasy experts say the most damning stave any khamis written testimony that came out yesterday concerns the investigation into former national security advisor mike flynn comey says the president urged him to drop that investigation wbz political analyst jon callard talks about the one thing he took from reading call me statement what a disastrous move it was for president trump took fire colmey if colmey were still the fbi director he would be much more constrained again kombi is scheduled to testify this morning at ten o'clock we'll have his opening statement here on wbz radio oh amil have more with former deputy assistant director of the fbi skip brandon that's coming up in about five minutes and four separate shootings iraq's burien dorchester last night five people were hit by gunfire boston police commissioner bail evans says they do not believe the shootings are connected no arrests at last check in other news now now investigators returned to the home of brice fan last night he is the heberle teenager shot dead tuesday night after answering a knock at his front door police appear to remove a piece of evidence from underneath fans car wbz tv's michael across tells us friends and family members are stunned by the teens death his friends had been stopping by to remember the young man price was one of the real as kids i've ever met his best run still shocked he's gone great kid on this among never forget unhealthily my best friend.