Strzok Has Selective Memory Issues Over Changing Hillary Clinton Exoneration Statement

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Disgraced FBI Agent Peter Strzok is having another problem with his memory, it seems. When it comes to the exoneration memo regarding Hillary Clinton, he has no memory of smoothing out the wording. That is another example of the selective memory function of Agent Strzok. What cannot be denied is that the metadata of the computer, an electronic fingerprint, proves tyat the changes to the memo that exonerated Hillary were made on Strzok’s computer. His excuses are creative and interesting, but maintains his deniability.

As Written and Reported By Steven Nelson for the Washington Examiner:

FBI official Peter Strzok testified Thursday that he can’t recall using his work computer to soften the wording of a statement exonerating Hillary Clinton of mishandling classified information.

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Strzok conceded during a joint hearing of the House Oversight and Judiciary committees that metadata indicates his computer made the change, but said he can’t remember doing it.

The June 2016 edit changed “grossly negligent,” a term that carries legal liability under the Espionage Act, to “extremely careless.”

The new wording was uttered by then-FBI Director James Comey in July 2016 when he recommended against charging Clinton with a crime for using a private server to handle classified information while secretary of state.

Strzok, removed from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation last year after discovery of pro-Clinton and anti-Donald Trump text messages with then-FBI attorney Lisa Page, said someone else recommended the change.

“My recollection, sir, is that somebody within our office of general counsel did, it was one of the attorneys, I don’t remember which one,” Strzok said. “It was a legal issue that one of the attorneys brought……

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Peter Strzok says he can’t recall changing Hillary Clinton exoneration statement on his computer

 

 

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