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US: Newly released texts messages indicate former FBI Head of Counterintelligence ops, Peter Strozk, significantly changed early draft report on Gen.Flynn……


Up to his beady little eyes in deceit…


Strzok Made Major Edits to Lost Draft of Flynn-Questioning Report, Texts Indicate

May 1, 2020 Updated: May 2, 2020

Peter Strzok, former FBI head of counterintelligence operations, significantly changed an early draft of the official FBI report from its questioning of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, newly released texts messages indicate.


To this day, the FBI hasn’t shown the early draft to Flynn. An eye-witness said the draft included exculpatory information, which was removed in the final version, Flynn’s lawyer, Sidney Powell, previously said.


Flynn, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, pleaded guilty on Dec. 1, 2017, to one count of lying to FBI agents during a Jan. 24, 2017, interview.


Agents are supposed to memorialize their interviews in an FD-302 form within five days, but the earliest 302 draft Flynn was provided was dated Feb. 10, 2017.


The new text messages suggest that an earlier version of the draft existed, either produced on Feb. 10 or earlier.




In an Oct. 24, 2019, court filing (pdf), Powell rejected the suggestion that the 302 draft was “missing,” saying neither the bureau nor its digital document system “loses the most important of its reports that is supposed to support the federal felony of the President’s National Security Adviser.”


On Jan. 16, Powell disclosed that she has a witness who could attest to what was in the original draft.


“I’ve now found a witness who says the original 302 did in fact say that Flynn was honest with the agents and did not lie,” she told Larry O’Connor on his WMAL radio show. “So for somebody to delete that from the 302 is just beyond outrageous.”


She told The Epoch Times the witness saw the document.


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