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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 7:24 pm 
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:lol:

Amazing how much the Demrat swamp creature operatives have so many self-contradicting lies, isn't it? :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 10:16 pm 
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Hillary prolly needs to be jailed just b/c of her compromised file server. Anyone who knows anything about servers understands that no one is allowed physical access to that computer. Ever. She was allowing access to the highest bidder. Selling national security. That's why the file server was in someone's bedroom instead of locked up under armed guard like all other classified gobmint servers. All of these ppl should probably go to jail.

Bull shit she wasn't doing that on purpose.

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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 10:46 pm 
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You know what? Not only experts know what she was doing. Even common low life deplorable users understand what she was doing. She was selling access to the root directory of US file servers. She was selling us out and planned to continue. For money. Right, Nero?

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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
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From the Morning Rant at Ace of Spades:

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"John Brennan and James Clapper have been caterwauling for over a year that Russia somehow influenced the election in Trump's favor. But think about that for a second. These were the guys that Obama put in charge of National Intelligence, the CIA, NSA, etc. So my question is, why didn't they know about this Russian plot in advance? It was their effing *job* to know about this stuff in advance. It was their effing *job* to protect the American people from machinations of foreign powers. That's what they were being paid for, right? Now, obviously, they're lying through their teeth about this. It's all just an attempt to try to damage the president. But they're too stupid to realize that the more they wail about the Russians helping Trump, the more they're broadcasting their own incompetence."
(h/t Thomas Wictor)




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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
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So the FBI has already spent so much time in the news and then this happens:



From the Denver Post:
https://www.denverpost.com/2018/06/02/f ... -shooting/

:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2018 11:41 am 
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The FBI do not have RETENTION holsters?? :o

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There is no way that my 1911 commander will fall out of that SERPA holster unless it is BROKEN.

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EDIT: And even if the holster was broken and the gun did fall out, there is no way it would go off unless the safety was off, the grip safety was engaged and the trigger was pulled. So even if the holster was broken no way the gun would go off unless the gun was broken also. In math terms I call that probability "epsilon squared" ...

That guy musta had a glock !!! :D

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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:16 am 
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So the FBI has already spent so much time in the news and then this happens:



From the Denver Post:
https://www.denverpost.com/2018/06/02/f ... -shooting/

:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:


It went off when the idiot grabbed it.

He appears to have pulled the trigger when he first grabbed it, putting his finger right on it. Which should also make you wonder why he was carrying it around loaded without the safety on. :roll:

FBI = urbanite lawyers with guns?

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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
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https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/06/mueller ... hones.html

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Special counsel Robert Mueller's team is requesting that witnesses turn in their personal phones to inspect their encrypted messaging programs

Special counsel Robert Mueller's team is asking witnesses to turn in their phones in order to access encrypted messaging applications, sources tell CNBC.
Mueller's team has indicated it wants to examine private conversations on WhatsApp, Confide, Signal and Dust, sources say.
Fearing a subpoena, the witnesses have complied with the request and have given over their phones.


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Special counsel Robert Mueller's team is requesting that witnesses turn in their personal phones to inspect their encrypted messaging programs and potentially view conversations between associates linked to President Donald Trump, sources told CNBC.

Since as early as April, Mueller's team has been asking witnesses in the Russia probe to turn over phones for agents to examine private conversations on WhatsApp, Confide, Signal and Dust, according to the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Fearing a subpoena, the witnesses have complied with the request and have given over their phones, the sources said.

While it's unclear what Mueller has discovered, if anything, through this new request, investigators seem to be convinced that the apps could be a key to exposing conversations that weren't previously disclosed to them.

A spokesman for the special counsel declined to comment.

Manafort accused of tampering
The revelation that Trump associates are giving Mueller access to their encrypted apps comes as former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is being accused by investigators of tampering with witnesses through the same types of programs.

On Monday, the special counsel filed a claim that Manafort tampered with witnesses after he was indicted in February for money laundering and illegally acting as a foreign agent.

For evidence, a deputy of Mueller's listed two apps, WhatsApp and Telegram, that they say Manafort used to contact the witnesses in his case. The filing also says that those conversations were provided to Mueller in May, a month after witnesses say they were approached to provide their phones.

Representatives from WhatsApp, Signal and Dust did not return requests for comment. A representative for Confide could not be reached.

Encryption to protect privacy
The encrypted applications are used to keep conversations private and give users the ability to have discussions without being monitored.

WhatsApp, for instance, markets itself as a way to securely communicate with people overseas.

"With WhatsApp, you'll get fast, simple, secure messaging and calling for free, available on phones all over the world," the website says.

Dust dubs itself a "safer place to text," and pushes its platform as a way to keep messages secretive as well as giving its users the ability to erase messages off of other people's phones, according to their website.

"All your messages automatically 'dust' (erase) in 24 hours or as soon as they're read – you choose which," the site explains.

Dust was also the app reportedly used between longtime Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen and Felix Sater, a real estate developer who has claimed to have ties to Russian oligarchs, when they tried to complete a deal for Trump Tower Moscow. The plan ultimately fell apart.

Legal experts aren't surprised
It isn't surprising that witnesses are voluntarily giving over possible evidence to federal investigators, experts said.

"It's just more typical for law enforcement to ask for consent for the obvious reason because it's much easier than applying to a court to get judicial permission," said Robert Ray, who acted as independent counsel during the Bill Clinton Whitewater investigation.

He added, though, that it's "not commonplace, but not all that unusual, either," for prosecutors to seek evidence from witnesses' phones.

"There's nothing wrong with asking people to voluntarily provide information to the FBI for whatever investigation," said Michael German, a retired FBI agent and current fellow with the Brennan Center for Justice's Liberty and National Security Program. "And to the extent that that's a voluntary action is where the rub is."

— CNBC's Kevin Breuninger and Tucker Higgins contributed to this report.




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Special counsel Robert Mueller's team is requesting that witnesses turn in their personal phones to inspect their encrypted messaging programs and potentially view conversations between associates linked to President Donald Trump, sources told CNBC.

Since as early as April, Mueller's team has been asking witnesses in the Russia probe to turn over phones for agents to examine private conversations on WhatsApp, Confide, Signal and Dust, according to the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.


Wait, you mean that I can't just have my people look over my emails and stuff and then decide what to hand over?
I've got recipes and yoga stuff that you probably don't wanna bother with.

I thought that is how it worked? ***cough Hillary Clinton***

You want my phone?
Sure, have at it....but I will inform you that I had some sort of technical glitch and everything on the phone was reset to the original Default.

PS What's that cloth called again for dusting your emails?

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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
PostPosted: Thu Jun 07, 2018 5:30 pm 
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This is about the pressure on Manafort who is charged on crap from 5 years before Trump ever met him that was developed years before by a Virginia prosecutor but never pursued.

None of it even involves Russia


I wonder who is leaking this? Manafort's guys? Someone in the prosecution team with a guilty conscience?

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 Post subject: Re: The Obama DOJ & FBI Conspiracy
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Swamp dweller goes down.

29 year veteran director of Senate Intel Committee Information Security indicted for lying to FBI....he was leaking damaging information about the Trump campaign to his ex honey at NYT.

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James A. Wolfe, former Senate Intel panel security director, indicted for allegedly lying to FBI


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Former Senate Intel Committee security director indicted

Justice Department announces that a former security director for the Senate Intelligence Committee has been indicted and accused of making false statements to FBI agents while they were investigating leaks of classified information.

A former security director for the Senate Intelligence Committee -- who was in charge of maintaining all classified information from the Executive Office to the panel -- was indicted for allegedly giving false statements to FBI agents looking into possible leaks to reporters, the Justice Department announced Thursday night.







James A. Wolfe, 58, served as the panel's security director for 29 years, according to the feds.

Wolfe lied to the FBI in December 2017 about contacts he had with three reporters, the indictment read. He also allegedly lied about giving two reporters non-public information about committee matters.





Ali Watkins

The New York Times revealed federal investigators had seized years' worth of email and phone records relating to reporter Ali Watkins.

Earlier Thursday, the New York Times revealed that federal investigators had seized years' worth of email and phone records relating to one of its reporters, Ali Watkins. She previously had a three-year romantic relationship with Wolfe, the Times reported, adding that the records covered a period of time before she joined the paper.

READ THE INDICTMENT

Wolfe allegedly admitted to FBI agents in 2017 that he lied about his relationship with a reporter identified in court papers as "REPORTER #2." He admitted the relationship after he was shown photos of the two of them together, according to the indictment.



Wolfe was allegedly in contact with "REPORTER #2" and they exchanged tens of thousands of electronic communications and often daily phone calls. He would also meet at the reporter’s apartment, court papers alleged.

Wolfe had extensive contact with reporters about "MALE-1," who was reportedly identified as Carter Page, a Trump campaign adviser.

Wolfe received classified information about "MALE-1" on the same day he exchanged 82 text messages with "REPORTER #2," according to the indictment. A few weeks later, "REPORTER #2" published an online article that revealed the identity of "MALE-1."

On April 3, 2017, Watkins’ byline appeared on a BuzzFeed article that revealed that Page had met with a Russian intelligence operative in 2013.

Wolfe allegedly called "REPORTER #2" nearly a half-hour after the story went live and had a phone conversation for about seven minutes.

In December 2017, Wolfe allegedly messaged "REPORTER #2."

“I’ve watched your career take off even before you ever had a career in journalism. ... I always tried to give you as much Information (sic) that I could and to do the right thing with it so you could get that scoop before anyone else. ... I always enjoyed the way that you would pursue a story,like nobody else was doing in my hal1way (sic). I felt like I was part of your excitement and was always very supportive of your career and the tenacity that you exhibited to chase down a good story," the message read, according to the indictment.

Watkins worked previously for BuzzFeed, Politico and McClatchy.

The Wall Street Journal, citing an unnamed source, reported that Watkins disclosed the relationship when she joined The Times.

Mark MacDougall, Watkins’ attorney, said: "It's always disconcerting when a journalist's telephone records are obtained by the Justice Department — through a grand jury subpoena or other legal process. Whether it was really necessary here will depend on the nature of the investigation and the scope of any charges."

Wolfe maintained that he did not share any classified information or news leads, according to the indictment. He is not charged with disclosing classified information.

Wolfe used several means to contact reporters, including Signal and WhatsApp, according to court papers. He also met “clandestinely in person,” in secluded areas of the Hart Senate Office Building, the indictment charged.

Wolfe is expected to make his first court appearance Friday. It wasn't immediately clear if he had a lawyer. Each false statement count is punishable by up to five years in prison, though if convicted, Wolfe would almost certainly face only a fraction of that time.

Fox News' Chad Pergram, Mike Arroyo, Mike Emanuel and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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