#hillarysemail: Broken Down by DOJ Whistleblower Who Aided FBI in 5 Year Investigation Against Johnson & Johnson Recovering $18 M for Taxpayers
October 29, 2016
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) October 29, 2016
As the sole DOJ whistleblower who aided FBI in five year investigation against Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) where we recovered $18 million for taxpayers and resulted in the conviction of two executives, William (Bill) Facteau & Patrick (Pat) Fabian (awaiting sentencing January 11, 2017), I can offer a unique perspective into DOJ re-opening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s illegal use of a private email server while she was Secretary of State. I do not state this arrogantly, or even politically, just to help people gain insight into a complex process where little is known to the outside world.
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) October 29, 2016
Yesterday, headlines buzzed that FBI Director Jim Comey defied Attorney General Loretta Lynch when he announced to Congress via email FBI was re-opening the investigation into then Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, for the illegal use of a private server. Comey’s actions were not political they were legal. During the first investigation, Clinton was aware she was a target of an investigation but since new information became available which proved she and others lied, Comey’s FBI was under no such obligation share the new information with Clinton first. Which explains why she was blindsided yesterday.
DOJ clearly, already did Hillary Clinton a huge favor by releasing the information late in the afternoon on a Friday of a holiday weekend. Assistant U.S. Attorney General Sara Bloom during my case, stated that people have short attention spans and lose interest quickly. While I agree with that in part, I think much of it has to do with media coverage and why I started this website and support other websites working to expose the negative truth others would rather remain hidden.
It appears that FBI’s scope of the original investigation did not include, likely because of Clinton’s attorneys, the seizure of devices of spouses and family members. Meaning that Clinton & her staff denied that there were any shared devices and FBI needs proof before they subpoena beyond the original scope of the investigation. FBI did not have proof of those outside the State Department having access, it’s not that they weren’t doing their job, as Trump previously claimed, they were doing their job within the perimeters of the law, unlike Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s Vice Chairwoman of the campaign is Huma Abedin and married to Anthony Weiner, who is currently under federal investigation for sexting an underage girl. This investigation, which would call for the seizure of all of Abedin & Weiner’s technology, proved that Abedin & Weiner shared devices which proved Weiner had access to State Department emails.
This is the information FBI did not previously have BUT needed.
This new information, which proves that at least one Clinton aide lied, now allows FBI to broaden the scope from the original investigation to likely & legally subpoena EVERY & ALL Clinton aide’s family’s devices, or any possible devices an aide may have had access to during the time in question (still might not be in the scope of this investigation). Fact-based evidence over time is a good indicator of the future; and, that the previous Clinton server was wiped means there was likely concern over that happening on a mass scale now.
From personal experience, I understand that people will Brian Williams misremember in the face of a federal subpoena and why the preserving of evidence is critical to a successful outcome to any case. This is also why I knew I was Killing My Career, when I made one of the most difficult decisions of my life to work with DOJ and to wear a wire over six months across three States & record over 600 hours of phone calls. Unless people are willing to come forward from inside a corrupt organization that corrupt activity is encouraged, replicated and rewarded and those wanting to fix the problems, removed. FBI acted legally and needed to act with the element of surprise in order preserve evidence. This is how FBI should operate regardless of who the target of the investigation is, and that includes Hillary Clinton, who happens to be the Democratic nomination for the Presidential Election.
FBI does not discuss ongoing investigations and this investigation just re-opened, so Clinton knows that her demand for transparency from Comey & FBI is just for political show, this new investigation will not be resolved in the remaining 10 days prior to the Presidential Election. If FBI now has access to computers they previously did not have access to, this new, re-opened investigation in all reality, will take months to years. And a word of warning to Clinton and her bumbling aides, do not go back and try to back date or remove any emails because that’s how FBI they got a pharma executive, not for killing people, but because he backdated emails. It’s time to take accountability for a pathological history of unethical and illegal behavior from the Clinton campaign.
The only thing I’m surprised about is that Clinton wouldn’t have demanded, behind closed doors, that every device used during the time frame in question, be destroyed, after the completion of the first investigation. Regardless if it was the family computer or a child’s cell phone. But she arrogantly thought she got away with it. Hillary Clinton will again, as a #ProfessionalVictim under The Sociopathic Business Model™ place blame, Abedin will likely resign, while Clinton continues on with the election without shame, remorse, guilt or accountability.
All accomplices eventually become victims under The Sociopathic Business Model™ and while Abedin is tough to see as a victim, she was doing as her boss had instructed and was compliant with her bosses wishes by utilizing the non-State Department email system opting for the illegal private server. Like many of us in that situation, we’re fearful to speak truthfully to our superiors about exposing negative truth because they already know it and don’t want to fix it, a point made and exposed by Wikileaks from a Brent Budowsky email which started in part, “This is a very hard, and possibly impossible, campaign to help. The solutions are clear but the campaign has eyes that do not see and ears that do not hear…” Words that will likely haunt Clinton well beyond the Halloween season.
This is why early voting is a bad idea. Things happen. Sometimes, bad things happen. If you voted already its too late. #hillarysemail
— Randy Mason (@mrmcoupe1) October 29, 2016
This new information also raises a new set of never before dealt with questions and puts us all in uncharted territory during a Presidential Election. Could this new information about the re-opened investigation into Clinton’s personal server constitute grounds for a recall based on early vote collection already underway? Could it possibly delay in the current election? Could it force Clinton out of the election where Sanders steps in? If any of these scenarios come to fruition the one thing that’s certain is that taxpayers will once again pick up the tab for fraud.
— KillingMyCareer (@MelaynaLokosky) October 29, 2016
- False, this is a reopening of the investigation
Clinton Fact Check:
With just 10 days to go, Republicans are pulling out all the stops to try to bring Hillary down. RT this to help get out the facts: pic.twitter.com/xiY0nSy7C6
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 30, 2016
- Comey’s letter to FBI:
This morning I sent a letter to Congress in connection with the Secretary Clinton email investigation. (present tense implies it’s still active despite Clinton’s best efforts to spin otherwise) Yesterday, the investigative team briefed me on their recommendation with respect to seeking access to emails that have recently been found in an unrelated case. Because those emails appear to be pertinent to our investigation, I agreed that we should take appropriate steps to obtain and review them. (FBI speak for an investigation) Of course, we don’t ordinarily tell Congress about ongoing investigations, but here I feel an obligation to do so given that I testified repeatedly in recent months that our investigation was completed. (This means that, in fact the investigation is re-opened and Clinton’s team is lying to the American people).
- In the initial investigation Clinton was contacted first but SINCE her staff was caught in a lie that re-opened a previously closed investigation there was no legal expectation of warning as the scope of the investigation is likely more broadly based now. “Senior Justice Department officials” should be charged with obstruction of justice for speaking out against FBI during an active investigation; and, even if they Justice Department officials disagreed with FBI’s decision it’s irrelevant and STILL does not change the fact that the investigation is re-opened because Clinton staff knowingly & willingly lied to FBI during the initial federal investigation into the private email server.
- Comey states:
I also think it would be misleading to the American people were we not to supplement the record. At the same time, however, given that we don’t know the significance of this newly discovered collection of emails, I don’t want to create a misleading impression. In trying to strike that balance, in a brief letter and in the middle of an election season, there is significant risk of being misunderstood, but I wanted you to hear directly from me about it.
- Duplicate emails aren’t in question it’s which devices the emails were accessed from (people outside the State Department without security clearance) that IS in question; and, the FBI already found one such device which trigger the re-opening of a previously closed investigation.
I guess when Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates circulated her now famous Yates Memo 2. Both criminal and civil corporate investigations should focus on individuals from the inception of the investigation, didn’t apply to the biggest corporation the U.S. Government and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Harry Reid in letter to FBI director Comey: “The double standard established by your actions is clear” pic.twitter.com/WubN0ibdZN
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) October 30, 2016
— ABC News (@ABC) October 30, 2016
As predicted above, the new information FBI found on Weiner’s computer for his underage sex crime investigation means he’s now cooperating with the Feds in the Clinton investigation or they flipped an asset in an investigation. The subpoena likely extends to include devices of other Clinton staffer’s family members (not just Abedin & Weiner), which is the good that comes out of this. The bad is FBI flipping Weiner likely involved a plea deal on the sex crime investigation involving immunity on the Clinton investigation because they weren’t able to find strong enough information to insure a conviction in criminal court on the sex crime case. One thing was very clear to me, DOJ does not go to court unless they think they can win, despite the Yates Memo proclamations to the contrary. I’m not however, saying they let Weiner by with a pass on his underage sex crime case, just that I don’t they had strong enough evidence to win a conviction in criminal court. Investigations are much like negotiations where leverage is tantamount to the success in either scenario. Nobody runs away with a victory in a DOJ investigation, including DOJ but the target of the investigation is always looking for “concessions” which always include reduced or eliminated criminal charges (pinning more on civil) and total avoidance of jail. This is what happens when we allow two known corrupt entities to negotiate on behalf of the American people behind closed doors.
Those, in the middle, working on the FBI investigations, I’ve found really care about creating positive change and holding the corrupt accountable. It’s when things get kicked to DC behind closed doors where criminals concessions come at all too high of a cost to taxpayers.
Comey's Full Email to FBI Employees-->
This morning I sent a letter to Congress in connection with the Secretary Clinton email investigation. Yesterday, the investigative team briefed me on their recommendation with respect to seeking access to emails that have recently been found in an unrelated case. Because those emails appear to be pertinent to our investigation, I agreed that we should take appropriate steps to obtain and review them.
Of course, we don’t ordinarily tell Congress about ongoing investigations, but here I feel an obligation to do so given that I testified repeatedly in recent months that our investigation was completed. I also think it would be misleading to the American people were we not to supplement the record. At the same time, however, given that we don’t know the significance of this newly discovered collection of emails, I don’t want to create a misleading impression. In trying to strike that balance, in a brief letter and in the middle of an election season, there is significant risk of being misunderstood, but I wanted you to hear directly from me about it. The Washington Post
Note to readers: I have stated since the start of the Presidential Election that I will not vote in this election as neither candidate (Clinton or Trump) are fit to hold the highest office in the United States. And, if anyone thinks a #ProtestVote is not a vote please re-read Selective Tolerance B under Abusive People using tactics from The Sociopathic Business Model™.