It was previously reported in February, that fired FBI Director McCabe altered far left FBI investigator Peter Strzok’s 302 notes on his interview with General Michael Flynn.
Reports are now circling that not only did corrupt former FBI Head McCabe alter the 302 regarding the interview with General Flynn that later was used to get Flynn fired and indicted by the corrupt Mueller team, McCabe and his corrupt gang also destroyed the supporting documentation for the 302.
Internet sleuths are again at it. New reports are out suspecting that corrupt and fired former FBI Head McCabe destroyed evidence that General Flynn was innocent and did not lie to FBI agents when interviewed shortly after the 2017 Inauguration. Flynn was later indicted by the corrupt and conflicted Mueller team.
If the 302’s ain’t legit, Robert Mueller must acquit. pic.twitter.com/uaHXrz86Jj
— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) June 7, 2018
Some on the free Internet (i.e. not the MSM) also point out that one of Mueller’s gang, Andrew Weissmann, did the same thing years ago in the government’s case against Enron.
Don’t do many predictions, but here goes: the Flynn 302 is a composite 302. The source materials were not just edited but deleted prior to Flynn’s prosecution.
There is precedent for this: Mueller’s #2 Weissmann destroyed 302s and drafts/notes.
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) June 7, 2018
No wonder corrupt DOJ Deputy AG Rosenstein is not providing these documents to the Senate. They’ve all been destroyed. Also, Mueller’s team may not be doing the same which was ordered by Judge Sullivan in the Flynn case. This would appear to be grounds to drop charges against Flynn.
This explains why the docs are not being provided by RR to Grassley & if they haven’t been turned over to @GenFlynn legal team by mueller explains that also.
Judge Sullivan needs to act on this. https://t.co/5FTmSZ2W8y
— Harold Finch (@hfinch61) June 7, 2018
Corrupt and fired former DOJ AG Sally Yates destroyed evidence in the past as well. She is the one who went to the White House and complained that General Flynn had lied.
I caught Sally Yates’ team doing this years ago in Atlanta: taking different pieces of different memorandums of interview, excising parts that hurt her case, & threading together disparate parts from multiple sources to create a misleading single narrative. @GenFlynn case too? https://t.co/GZFRNwfvOe
— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) June 7, 2018