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Things Just Keep Getting More Interesting: Inspector General to Investigate FBI’s Dealings With Hillary Clinton Emails

FBI Director James Comey

FBI Director James Comey

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

These days, Washington is anything but dull. President elect-Donald Trump just had his first press conference  since the election. The Senate is conducting confirmation hearings for Trump appointees. And now this.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz announced Thursday, as a result of requests from politicians and organizations,  that his office will examine the way the FBI handled the Hillary Clinton email scandal.

Specifically, his office will look into:

  • Allegations that Department or FBI policies or procedures were not followed in connection
  • Allegations that Department or FBI policies or procedures were not followed in connection
    with, or in actions leading up to or related to, the FBI Director’s public announcement on
    July 5, 2016, and the Director’s letters to Congress on October 28 and November 6, 2016,
    and that certain underlying investigative decisions were based on improper considerations
  • Allegations that the FBI Deputy Director should have been recused from participating in
    certain investigative matters;
  • Allegations that the Department’s Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs
    improperly disclosed non-public information to the Clinton campaign and/or should have
    been recused from participating in certain matters;
  •  Allegations that Department and FBI employees improperly disclosed non-public
    information; and
  •  Allegations that decisions regarding the timing of the FBI’s release of certain Freedom of
    Information Act (FOIA) documents on October 30 and November 1, 2016, and the use of a
    Twitter account to publicize same, were influenced by improper considerations.

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