Former FBI director James Comey is reeling from the FBI’s release of information pertaining to his exit from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The forms reveal a mad dash by the Department of Justice in the days after Comey’s spring 2017 firing to retrieve secret information from Comey’s office and to figure out the extent of what Comey was actually doing as FBI director.
Comey signed the Sensitive Compartmented Information Nondisclosure Agreement, which makes it all the more serious that Comey violated sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, and 13 by illegally handing over presidential briefing memorandums (page 5 and 6 of FBI release). (READ: Comey Refuses To Deny He Leaked Classified Info)
Comey refused to check either a Yes or No box on question 7:
“Do you have any financial interests/obligations, personal assets or property in a foreign country, or have you ever provided any service, compensated or voluntary, or been employed by 1) a foreign country 2) any foreign nationals 3) a representative of any foreign nationals 4) any foreign, domestic or international organization or person engaged in analysis, discussion, or publication of material on intelligence, defense, foreign affairs, or protected technology 5) or registered as an agent of a foreign government.”
The inventory of items on page 10 reveals a folder on “Use of government vehicle by DD,” meaning deputy director. This folder was obviously a problem because an authorization form would be kept in personnel.
But that’s not all.
Comey had a white binder marked “Clinton Emails” in his office on May 16, 2017, a few days after he was fired, as the Department of Justice was trying to get back the items in Comey’s office safe. (READ: Comey Had Hillary’s Backup Email Device).
The FBI officially released the DOJ’s “Inventory” Receipt for Property documentslisting the stuff Comey had in his office safe.
Look below at Inventory Item #17, which originally said “TOP SECRET,” then that marking was crossed out. In its final form, it says:
‘White Binder – CLINTON EMAILS’
Air Force Helicopter Shot At Over Virginia, Crew Member Injured
An Air Force Huey UH-1N helicopter received gunfire over Northern Virginia on Wednesday morning, with one crew member on board the aircraft being injured.
“On Monday afternoon, the helicopter from the 1st Helicopter Squadron at Joint Base Andrews was flying a routine training mission over Middleburg, Virginia, at an altitude of 1,000 feet when it took fire from the ground,” said an Air Force spokesperson in regards to the incident.
The aircraft diverted to the Manassas Airport after taking fire. One crew member was injured on board, and it appears as if if they were shot by the gunfire.
“Initial findings are that the helicopter was struck by a bullet resulting in a minor injury to an aircrew member and damage to the aircraft,” said the Air Force spokesperson.
The Washington DC detachment of the FBI is investigating the incident.
“The FBI Washington Field Office (WFO) dispatched special agents and its Evidence Response Team to the Manassas Airport after receiving reports that a helicopter was shot at from the ground nearby,” said an agency spokesperson.
Is this hostile act towards a U.S. military aircraft an act of terrorism?
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