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>>> 13 Page interview <<<
 

FBI official on Mueller team said Flynn prosecution had 'get Trump' attitude, collusion probe was 'not there'
FBI official William Barnett was assigned to lead the bureau's original investigation into Michael Flynn
 

An FBI official who served on Robert Mueller’s team said he believed the special counsel’s prosecution of former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn was part of an attitude to “get Trump,” and that he did not wish to pursue a Trump-Russia collusion investigation as it was “not there" and considered it to be a "dead end."
 

FBI agent William J. Barnett made the comments during an interview on Sept. 17 at the Justice Department, before Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri Jeffrey Jensen, who was tapped by Attorney General Bill Barr to review the case against Flynn. Jensen has joined U.S. Attorney John Durham’s team in his review of the origins of the Trump-Russia probe. Those comments have surfaced in new government documents.
 

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“Barnett thought the case theory was ‘supposition on supposition,’” the 302 stated, and added that the “predication” of the Flynn investigation was “not great,” and that it “was not clear” what the “persons opening the case wanted to ‘look for or at.’”
 

After six weeks of investigating, Barnett said he was “still unsure of the basis of the investigation concerning Russia and the Trump campaign working together, without a specific criminal allegation.”
 

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Barnett, though, told investigators that he believed that Flynn’s position as White House national security adviser in the incoming Trump administration “offered an opportunity for the FBI to conduct the interview without alerting any suspicion and Flynn would see such an interview as being standard procedure.”
 

The 302 stated that Barnett ran the request to interview Flynn “up the chain,” but said the request was denied, and described the FBI’s investigation into Flynn as “top down”--meaning that “direction concerning the investigation was coming from senior officials," specifically then-Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who Barnett believed was “directing” the Flynn investigation.
 

Barnett, at the time, said that he believed the investigation was “problematic and could result in an inspector general investigation.”
 

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Techno_Fog had a post on the interview in the wee hours of the morning:

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

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I think we know now what Strzok meant by "We'll stop him."

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6 hours ago, BillsFanNC said:

 

 

Eh, no one beats Hoover.

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4 minutes ago, Koko78 said:

 

Eh, no one beats Hoover.

 

If only the world got to see the microfilm that Sean Connery stole in The Rock... 

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29 minutes ago, Deranged Rhino said:

 

If only the world got to see the microfilm that Sean Connery stole in The Rock... 

 

I was too busy going home to ***** the prom queen.

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2 hours ago, Koko78 said:

 

Eh, no one beats Hoover.

 

...LMAO...Hoover and Nixon look like altar boys..................

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So, is Durham going to lay the smack down on these OBVIOUS treasonous operatives or not?

 

It has been said they have collected all the information they need, but they still stall.

 

When, when, when?

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6 minutes ago, Hedge said:

 

 


Hearing more is coming Monday — I’m expecting it to be focused on the fusion team’s role (meaning Brennan), but that’s a WAG. Tuesday is Flynn’s next hearing, no idea if Sullivan can/would dismiss here but there’s a building expectation/hope in some circles of the defense team. The release this week almost force Sullivan’s hands, I’m sure he can stall but fingers crossed this ends next week. 
 

Once the Flynn case is dismissed, there will be no roadblocks left as far as I can see. I don’t think it’ll go all at once but rather stages by departments, likely starting with the FBI (WAG). 
 

The debate should be fireworks. 

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