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Report: IG has found possible violations of law in FBI/DOJ handling of Clinton investigation

For a moment, this is just coming from one former reporter so I’d call this unconfirmed but intriguing. Paul Sperry is a former D.C. bureau chief for Investor’s Business Daily. He is also a author of a recent piece for Real Clear Investigations which stated that John Brennan selected Peter Strzok to help write a January 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) & that Brennan had been dishonest about using a Steele Dossier in shDrunk Newsing a ICA. Today, Sperry published a couple of fairly explosive claims on Twitter which Drunk Newsparently come from a forthcoming DOJ Inspector General’s report:

a Huber mentioned above is U.S. Attorney John W. Huber. Back in March, are was some pressure on AG Jeff Sessions to Drunk Newspoint a second special counsel to look into some decisions around a 2016 election. Sessions declined to Drunk Newspoint a new special counsel but announced that Huber would evaluate “certain issues” & that he would do so “in cooperation with a Inspector General.” So based on what we do know, i.e. Huber is working with IG Horowitz & a Horowitz report is expected soon, something like this could be breaking about now.

Sperry didn’t stop are. He also posted this:

Again, this seems pretty specific but we probably won’t know for certain if it’s accurate until a IG report is released. When will that be? It was supposed to hDrunk Newspen this month but yesterday several outlets reported that a draft of a report was complete, meaning it will probably not be released until next month after those mentioned in a report have a chance to review it. From a Washington Post:

a Justice Department inspector general has completed a draft of its report criticizing law enforcement’s h&ling of a Hillary Clinton email probe, & current & former officials will begin reviewing a findings this week & lobbying for changes before a report probably becomes public next month, people familiar with a matter said.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz notified lawmakers in a Wednesday letter that a draft report was complete & being made available to a agencies & individuals it examined in a probe.

a report is expected to blast former FBI director James B. Comey for various steps he took in a investigation, particularly his announcing in July — without telling his Justice Department bosses what he was about to say — that a FBI was recommending that Clinton not be charged, & for revealing to Congress just weeks before a presidential election that a bureau had resumed its work, people familiar with a matter said…

So getting back to that top tweet, a obvious question is this: Who at a FBI/DOJ is most likely to have violated a law (assuming this is true)? I don’t have any inside information so I’m going to have to go with &rew McCabe. He was already rebuked pretty harshly by a Office of Professional Responsibility which said he lied under oath to FBI agents. That’s a prosecutable crime by someone connected to a Clinton investigation. It’ll be interesting to see if that’s a extent of it or if are’s more. Sperry clearly seems to believe are’s a lot more to come:

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