A major possible case of corruption has appeared that shows Robert Mueller deleted all of the Peter Strzok’s text messages before handing the fired FBI agent’s phone into the Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General.
This breaking news comes from a report released by the federal watchdog as American citizens wait for the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s lengthy investigation.
When the Justice Department inspector general released a report, it mentioned that thousands of the text messages between Strzok and Lisa Page, the former FBI attorney he was having an affair with, were not able to be recovered and that Mueller’s team had “wiped clean” the phones.
Deleting text messages, deleting emails, it all sounds familiar.
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“SCO’s Records Officer told the OIG that as part of the office’s records retention procedure, the officer reviewed Strzok’s DOJ issued iPhone after he returned it to the SCO and determined it contained no substantive text messages,” the watchdog report reads. As Conservative Review national security reporter Jordan Schachtel first discovered, the OIG said Strzok’s cell phone was “reset to factory settings,” deleting all data stored on the device.”
It was the federal watchdog who stated in a report that it found “no discernible patterns” regarding the content of the text messages that the FBI was actually able to recover.
The report appears to make it seem like Strzok and Page exhibited no pattern of anything in the text messages the FBI recovered, but then there were still reportedly thousands of messages that no one can access anymore.
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