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Andrew McCabe Abandons Lawsuit Against DOJ After Criminal Investigation Starts

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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has dropped a lawsuit he had filed against the Department of Justice as the walls start to close in.
“As to the FBI, the parties hereby to dismissal of this action without prejudice, under federal rule of civil procedure 41(a)(1)(A)(iii),” McCabe’s attorney said.
“As to the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Inspector General, the parties hereby stipulate to dismissal of this action without prejudice, under federal rule of civil procedure 41(a)(1)(A)(iii). Each side will bear its own fees and costs,” it said.
The most curious part about McCabe’s decision to abandon the case comes hours after it was announced that the DOJ began a criminal investigation into the FBI and investigators on the Russia collusion case.
Not only was there an announcement of the criminal investigation but, as we reported on Friday, he allegedly was involved in the doctoring of documents to get General Flynn.
Document Drops Shows General Flynn Was Setup By FBI, Clapper, Report.
It now appears that Gen. Michael Flynn was setup by the deep state and the administration of former President Obama.
Sidney Powell, the attorney from Gen. Flynn, shared documents to the Internet that show that the 302 was doctored by Lisa Page.
And we have also discovered that an entire question and answer was added to the 302 and then used to indict the general, according to the documents.
It also shows that former President Obama’s former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper was involved in leaking the information to the press.
“Flynn has requested records of Col. James Baker because he was Halper’s handler in the Office of Net Assessment in the Pentagon, and ONA Director Baker regularly lunched with Washing Post reporter James Ignatius.
“The defense has requested phone records of James Clapper to confirm his contacts with Washington Post reporter Ignatius – especially on January 10, 2017, when Clapper told Ignatius in words to the effect of ‘Take the kill shot on Flynn.’
“It cannot escape mention that the press has long had transcripts of the Kislyak calls the government has denied to the defense,” Powell said, The Federalist reported.
“On February 10, 2017, the news broke—attributed to ‘senior intelligence officials’—that Mr. Flynn had discussed sanctions with Ambassador Kislyak, contrary to what Vice President Pence had said on television previously.” Following this leak, “overnight,” Flynn’s 302 was changed—and substantively so. “Those changes added an unequivocal statement that ‘FLYNN stated he did not’—in response to whether Mr. Flynn had asked Kislyak to vote in a certain manner or slow down the UN vote.”
“This is a deceptive manipulation” Powell highlighted, “because, as the notes of the agents show, Mr. Flynn was not even sure he had spoken to Russia/Kislyak on this issue. He had talked to dozens of countries.” The overnight changes to the 302 also included the addition of a line, indicating Flynn had been question on whether “KISLYAK described any Russian response to a request by FLYNN.”
But the agent’s notes do not include that question or answer, Powell stressed, yet it was later made into the criminal offense charges against Flynn. And “the draft also shows that the agents moved a sentence to make it seem to be an answer to a question it was not,” Powell added.
Then, the day after those changes were made, Strzok texted Page asking: “Also, is Andy good with F 302?” Page replied: “Launch f302.” Simultaneously, David Laufman in the National Security Division of DOJ, called Flynn’s law firm, Covington and Burling, to pressure them to file the FARA registration form for Flynn Intel Group. Those FARA registration forms would later be used to press Flynn to plead guilty.
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