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DOJ releases mountain of security violations on Strzok

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The DOJ released a slew of documents yesterday outlining a myriad of “security violations” and glaring “unprofessional conduct” by anti-Trump ex-FBI agent Peter Strzok — including his alleged practice of keeping secret FBI documents on his unsecured personal electronic devices.

The documents detail that in fact, Strzok’s wife accessed his phone and found evidence of his affair with former FBI lawyer Lisa Page. They also reveal how Strzok and Page texted back and forth about what they planned on doing next after being caught.

One of the documents released includes an August 2018 letter to Strzok from the Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) in which Strzok is accused of “dereliction of supervisory responsibility” for his failure to investigate the potentially classified Hillary Clinton emails that were found on an unsecured laptop belonging to Anthony Weiner, with the 2016 election fast approaching.



Also, DOJ and OPR noted that although Strzok claimed to have “double deleted” sensitive FBI materials from his personal devices, his wife apparently found evidence of his affair on his cellphone — including photographs and a hotel reservation “ostensibly” used for a “romantic encounter.” Strzok didn’t consent to turning over the devices for review, according to OPR, even as he acknowledged using Apple’s iMessage service for some FBI work.

“[My wife] has my phone. Read an angry note I wrote but didn’t send you. That is her calling from my phone. She says she wants to talk to [you]. Said we were close friends nothing more,” one of Strzok’s text to Page read, according to the filing.

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“[My wife] has my phone. Read an angry note I wrote but didn’t send you. That is her calling from my phone. She says she wants to talk to [you]. Said we were close friends nothing more,” one of Strzok’s text to Page read, according to the filing.

“Your wife left me a vm [voicemail]. Am I supposed to respond? She thinks we’re having an affair. Should I call and correct her understanding? Leave this to you to address?” Page responded.

Strzok then wrote, “I don’t know. I said we were [] close friends and nothing more. She knows I sent you flowers, I said you were having a tough week.”

Strzok’s wife allegedly threatened to send Page’s husband some of the photographs from Strzok’s phone.

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