Is the Laugh on us? Corrupt FBI Agents Not Prosecuted

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Judicial Watch obtained fourteen referrals of FBI officials for leaking sensitive or classified material. Only four were fired. And that’s not all. It gets worse.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz released a report in May indicating that an FBI Deputy Assistant Director took gifts from journalists. Horowitz did not reveal the name of the official but reporter Sara Carter has the name through sources. It is Bryan Paarmann.

She wrote that several officials confirmed the name. He was transferred to another department by Director Wray but is currently on leave without a security clearance. He was not prosecuted.

The decision to decline prosecution was made by Attorney General William Barr. IMPORTANT CORRECTION: IT WAS NOT UNDER BARR. SARA CARTER’S INFORMATION ABOUT IT BEING DECIDED UNDER BARR WAS IN ERROR. SHE MADE THAT ANNOUNCED ON ‘HANNITY’ AUGUST 8TH.

In her original report, she wrote: A senior DOJ official confirmed: “that the decision by the Department of Justice to decline prosecution was made before William Barr was Attorney General.”

That’s a serious error.

He’s not prosecuted, Andrew McCabe isn’t, and Jim Comey isn’t, along with others in that list of ten who escaped prosecution.

This is the many-tiered justice system.

Sean Hannity said last night that his sources — not the President — confirm that U.S. Attorney John Durham has completed his investigation and, along with the Horowitz report, to be completed by Fall now, will “shock the conscience of a nation.”

Don’t count on it. That way you won’t be disappointed. Bill O’Reilly said on his podcast this week that Bill Barr doesn’t want the FBI destroyed, but the best way to do that is to come clean and exact justice.

All I can think about is the fate of Christian Saucier, Roger Stone, General Flynn, and even Michael Cohen.

This is our system of justice. We’re losing hope here at the Sentinel!


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