FBI Records Reveal Cold-Hard Proof Of Comey’s Crimes…Prosecution Imminent?

On Wednesday, conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch announced that it has obtained 6 pages of records from the FBI which show that just one month after FBI Director James Comey was fired by President Trump, he was visited at his home by FBI agents to retrieve four “Trump memos” as “evidence.”

Memos that were illegal for him to keep in his home.

The memos, dated February 14, 2017; March 30, 2017; April 11, 2017; and one for “last night at 6:30 pm,” were collected by agents at Comey’s home nearly a full month after his dismissal from the bureau.

The documents obtained by Judicial Watch also reveal that Comey told the agents, who interviewed him (aka interrogated), that he wrote two other memos after speaking with Trump that he claimed were “missing.”

One of these “missing” memos was emailed to his former Chief of Staff James Rybicki and Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe:

Judicial Watch also received a newly declassified FBI document dated June 16, 2017, in which FBI agents describe Comey telling them that he had written two additional Trump meeting memos that he could no longer find:

Former FBI Director James Comey was interviewed at his residence at [redacted]. This interview was scheduled in advance, for the purpose of providing certain classified memoranda (memos) to Comey for review. After being advised of the identity of the interviewing Agents and the nature of the interview, Comey provided the following information:

After reviewing the memos, Comey spontaneously stated, to the best of his recollection, two were missing:

In the first occurrence, Comey said at an unknown date and time, between January 7, 2017, which Comey believed was the date of his briefing at Trump Tower, and Trump’s inauguration on January 20th, 2017, Comey received a phone call from President Elect Donald J. Trump. The originating telephone number may have had a New York area code. Following the telephone conversation, Comey drafted and e-mailed a memo to James Rybicki and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

In the second instance, Comey was on his way to a FBI leadership conference in Leesburg, Virginia (March 9, 2017) when he was diverted to Liberty Crossing to respond to a request from Trump to contact him. Comey contacted Trump from Liberty Crossing on a Top Secret telephone line. The conversation was “all business” and related to [redacted]. Comey is less sure he drafted a memo for his conversation but if he did, he may have sent it on the FBI’s Top Secret network.

Worthy of note is that the FBI’s visit to Comey’s home took place just one day before Comey admitted leaking the memos to his friend Daniel Richman, who then leaked the memos to the New York Times.

“I asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter [for The New York Times] … I asked him to because I thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel,” Comey said before the Senate Intelligence Committee on June 8, 2017.

On May 16, 2017, the New York Times published a report based on Comey’s memo about his conversation with the president regarding General Michael Flynn.

The very next day, Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel, and the rest is history.

While reports say that 4 out of the 7 Comey memos stem from 9 conversations he had with Trump were considered classified, experts familiar with the documents argue that all the memos, in fact, contain classified information.

“These extraordinary FBI docs further confirm that James Comey should never have had FBI files on President Trump at his home and that the FBI failed to secure and protect these private and classified files,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “Mr. Comey’s illegal leaking these FBI files as part of his vendetta against President Trump (directly resulting in the corrupt appointment of Robert Mueller) ought to be the subject of a criminal investigation.”

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My Thoughts:

Its way past time that Comey is held responsible for the various federal criminal actions that he committed.