DOJ Admits Making This HUGE Mistake Involving Peter Strzok In Gen. Flynn’s Case
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Many are still wondering why corrupt Obama-era figures have not been charged or held accountable for their actions, but former White House national security adviser Gen. Michael Flynn is still fighting for his freedom.
But things kicked up a notch last week when Flynn's attorney, Sidney Powell, presented evidence in court that the government may have altered evidence against her client.
And this week, the Department of Justice admitted in court filings that it had made a huge mistake involving fired anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok in Flynn's case.
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Powell claimed in court last week that she had evidence proving the DOJ edited and/or changed specific things in Flynn's 302s, which are official notes taken when the FBI interviews someone.
Strzok interviewed Flynn at the White House nearly two years ago and has been accused of entrapping Flynn and framing his notes to look like Flynn lied to the FBI about his contacts with a Russian ambassador.
The DOJ actually admitted in its court filings that the handwritten notes it identified as written by Strzok were actually written by Joe Pientka.
Strzok's notes are really Pientka's notes, and Pientka's notes are really Strzok's notes.
Below is a screenshot of the filings from TechnoFrog, a highly influential legal expert who has been following the case for awhile:
New letter to the Court from DOJ on the Flynn case.— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) November 5, 2019
They misidentified the FBI agents' notes. ????♂️
Strzok's notes are really Pientka's notes, and Pientka's notes are really Strzok's notes. pic.twitter.com/9eTBZrymv9
But wait, it gets better.
We also learned that Strzok and former FBI lawyer Lisa Page extensively edited the “first draft” of Flynn's 302 two weeks after the interview when Strzok’s notes were far less comprehensive than Pientka’s and missing 30+ key words/phrases.
Strzok previously served as the No. 2 counterintelligence analyst at the FBI before being fired from the bureau and kicked-off Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team after an internal probe found that he had sent hundreds of anti-Trump text messages to Page, a former lawyer with whom he was having an affair.
Strzok and Page came under heavy fire for sending countless salacious text messages smearing Trump, his supporters, and making a bevy of controversial comments implying he could take action to stop Trump from taking office.
Strzok called Trump supporters a bunch of ignorant hillbillies; spoke about an "insurance policy" in the case that Trump won the election; mentioned a "secret society" to unseat a duly elected president; and implied that he and others at the bureau would never let Trump be president.
Now, remember that Strzok -- who said all of these things about Trump and his supporters while he was leading the FBI's Russia probe into the president -- interviewed Flynn and played a role in the former general being charged for "lying."