WTH!?! FBI Now Claims It “LOST” Notes Taken During Clinton Probe

Blatant, in-your-face, Deep State coverup behavior.

Quite possibly the single most important political and national security investigation of the decade and the FBI is now saying it lost the notes.

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Via: The Epoch Times:

FBI Lost Notes From Clinton Probe Meeting Significant to Concerns Over Foreign Exfiltration Lead

The FBI lost notes from a 2015 meeting with people from the office of the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG), according to newly released FBI records on the investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s alleged mishandling of classified information.

The news raises concern that some information about an explosive lead passed by the ICIG to the FBI now might be lost.

The lost notes memorialized a meeting that took place on Aug. 3, 2015, less than a month after the ICIG made a referral to the FBI that classified information may have been disclosed in an unauthorized manner to a foreign power because Clinton conducted State Department business through an email hosted on an insufficiently secured server in her basement.

…The ICIG was examining the Clinton emails after it was asked by the State Department to check for classified information before the emails could be released pursuant to FOIA requests.

“When [the ICIG] did a very deep dive, they found in the actual metadata—the data which is at the header and footer of all the emails—that a copy, a ‘courtesy copy,’ was being sent to a third party and that third party was a known Chinese public company that was involved in collecting intelligence for China,” the former intelligence officer said.

It’s not clear how many times the FBI and the ICIG met about the Clinton probe in general. It’s also unclear whether the Aug. 3, 2015, meeting pertained to the anomalies. It may now be difficult to verify as long as the meeting notes are missing.


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