Good Guys Win – DOJ Agrees To Release Documents To Nunes, House Intel Committee

House Intel Committee Chairman Nunes has won in the standoff over documents being withheld in the cover up of criminal wrongdoing and corruption at DOJ and FBI. Under

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It appears that Speaker Ryan acted in support of GOP House members on the Intelligence Committee in their demands that they be provided with all relevant documents regarding the Fusion GPS dossier and other documents being withheld as part of the ongoing DOJ cover up of internal corruption.

After Ryan met with both Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray on Wednesday, word comes today in the form of a letter sent by Intel Committee Chairman Devin Nunes to DOJ affirming that all documents they are seeking will be turned over in a non-redacted condition by tomorrow.

Additionally, key individuals they have sought to interview will now be made available during this month to testify before the House Intel Committee. Included in those to be interviewed are Peter Strzok, his mistress and FBI lawyer Lisa Page, and former FBI General Counsel James A. Baker.

While he’s not mentioned in the Herridge report, Nunes has previously sought to interview Bruce Ohr and his wife, Nellie over their roles in the creation of the Fusion GPS dossier.

A new name to the criminal suspects that will be part of the witness production is Bill Priestap, the FBI head of counterintelligence. James Comey has previously testified it was Priestap who made the decision not to inform Congress about “the Russia case” during the 2016 election.

Herridge reported that in his letter to Rosenstein, Nunes wrote, “The Committee is extremely concerned that top US Government officials investigating the Trump campaign relied upon unverified information in the Democrat-funded dossier.”

Additionally they report on the breaking news that Fusion GPS was denied by a judge in their attempt to quash a subpoena of their bank records by the Intelligence Committee. They had been attempting to exclude the identities of “journalists” and media organizations who they were paying for their services in disseminating the smears they produced during this period. Those identities and their functions will now be available to the Intel Committee as well.

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3 Comments on Good Guys Win – DOJ Agrees To Release Documents To Nunes, House Intel Committee

  1. If Ryan, Rosenstein, and Wray are involved I would wonder if those non redacted documents have been re-written. The bunch of them are like the proverbial silver tongued Satan.

  2. Kelleigh+Nelson // January 6, 2018 at 6:39 am // Reply

    Good stuff Rick…we need to chat.

  3. James Higginbotham // January 5, 2018 at 9:27 am // Reply

    well.
    we will SEE’ if this like all the rest of those so called INVESTIGATIONS turns into just ANOTHER HORSE AND PONY SHOW FOR THE UNWASHED MASSES WHERE NO ONE IS INDICTED OR GOES TO JAIL.
    our so called JUDICIAL SYSTEM IS SO CORRUPTED IT ONLY WORKS AGAINST THE UNWASHED MASSES.

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