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Horry clap! I'm dying here boss!

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Blink of an eye ...

There are a dozen dots here ...

But your brain can't process them in one lump.

So how in hell, then, are we to keep track of media coverups; criminal acts by Obama and Hillary; Climate lies; lies about Trump; updates to Win10 and iPad; stuff I'm supposed to get at the store ....  Tell me!

Top EPA Official ...


Is this even news anymore?

DoJ gave Cheryl Mills ...





                                           





Just how many of Hillary Clinton’s aides got immunity, anyway? At least five, according to House Oversight chair Jason Chaffetz, one of whom was a particularly big fish in the Clinton pond. He revealed to the Associated Press that close Hillary confidante Cheryl Mills got an offer of immunity in exchange for giving investigators access to her laptop.
Team Hillary accused Chaffetz of leaking this ahead of the debate for political reasons. That could be a fair point. When did Chaffetz find out about the immunity deals? Oh … today ... .
Isn’t that the point of getting subpoenas?
A congressman says Hillary Clinton’s former chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, and two other staff members were granted immunity deals in exchange for their cooperation in the now-closed FBI investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, tells the Associated Press that Mills gave federal investigators access to her laptop on the condition that findings couldn’t be used against her. Chaffetz says, “No wonder they couldn’t prosecute a case. They were handing out immunity deals like candy.”
Two others involved in the technical maintenance of Hillary’s covert e-mail system had already been known to have received immunity: Bryan Pagliano and Paul Combetta. Chaffetz adds Mills to the list and two other figures from the State Department. John Bentel ran the Office of Information Resources Management, and Heather Samuelson served as an aide directly to Hillary Clinton.
Team Hillary accused Chaffetz of leaking this ahead of the debate for political reasons. That could be a fair point. When did Chaffetz find out about the immunity deals? Oh … today, emphasis mine: [FULL]
The media response will be "Trump Closing Ground on Hillary."

betting Espionage:Wen Ho Lee



Text files from the ago timemostly from my active days with Free Republic.





Topic: White Water
http://www.freerepublic.com/forum/a370066bb406a.htm
Abetting Espionage: DOJ turned down request for wiretap on Wen Ho Lee (This
was the only request denied out of over 2000)

Investors Business Daily
March 30, 1999 editorial

Not for commerical use. For educational and discussion purposes only.

Abetting Espionage

It's almost too fantastic to believe. But evidence has surfaced that the administration may have turned a blind eye
toward Red Chinese espionage - if not actually abetted it.

The lethal drama unfolding in Kosovo has helped keep the charges that Red China stole nuclear secrets out of the
spotlight.

But some journalists - in particular Jeff Gerth and James Risen of The New York Times - have made some very
disturbing discoveries.

Not only did the Clinton administration take its sweet time in investigating the alleged theft after learning of it, there's
reason to believe that the Justice Department failed to follow its usual procedures in overseeing the FBI probe of the
matter.

The result? The Chinese have a vastly improved missile force and no one has been held accountable. After trying to
shift blame for the theft to previous administrations (the first instances did take place in the mid-1980s), the Clinton
administration went into damage control. It claimed loudly and longly that it aggressively tried to get to the bottom of
the matter. And, of course, the White House has pledged to investigate.

But media spin notwithstanding, the administration has failed to guard the nation's secrets. Indeed, it took steps to
put these secrets more at risk. And it blocked the FBI from fully probing the security breach.

Central to the story is Wen Ho Lee, a Taiwan- born American. He worked for the Los Alamos National Lab, which
develops nuclear weapons.

Soon after the theft was discovered, Lee became the prime suspect. Yet he was not only allowed to keep his job,
reports the Times, he got promoted to a more sensitive post.

He was also permitted to hire a Red Chinese national as an assistant. Authorities can't find him.

These infractions would be bad enough. But the Justice Department's actions regarding the FBI's probe of Lee
border on the criminal.

As part of the probe, the bureau requested a wiretap on Lee. Justice denied it, arguing it did not have sufficient
grounds to take to a federal court to get the tap approved.

But a look at the Justice Department's record on wiretaps calls that argument into serious question.

From 1993 to 1997, federal officials requested 2,686 wiretaps. For all its concern for probable cause and
legal standards, the Justice Department turned down one request in those four years - Lee's in 1996.

The Clinton administration's defense that it had few grounds to wiretap Lee might carry weight if most of the
wiretaps Justice OK'd resulted in incriminating evidence. That would suggest Justice was setting and meeting high
standards for wiretaps.

But again the record suggests Justice is talking through its hat. In 1997, 21.4% of federal wiretaps produced
incriminating information. Indeed, through the first four years of Clinton's term, only one in five wiretaps revealed
shady actions.

Yet in the case of Lee and alleged Chinese espionage, the department seems to think that it needed cold proof of
illegal activity before approving a wiretap.

Several conclusions can be drawn from this case, each one more and more incredible.

One is that key officials in the Clinton administration are incredibly naive. Another is that they are criminally
incompetent. Both answers are plausible, given this administration.

But it's not too big a leap to ask if some officials were more than naive or incompetent. Were they intentionally
ignorant? Did the push for campaign cash in 1996 - some of it coming from Chinese sources - take precedence over
national security?

An even more disturbing speculation is that someone in the administration was actively working for the Red Chinese.

Sure, it sounds like a Tom Clancy novel. But why did Justice deny the wiretap request? Why did the Energy
Department promote Lee to a spot where he could learn more secrets? How did a Chinese national get hired for
such a sensitive job?

The administration has its hands full now with Kosovo. But it must not be allowed to duck these questions on Red
China's espionage.

(C) Copyright 1999 Investors Business Daily, Inc. Metadata



Again: "From 1993 to 1997, federal officials requested 2,686 wiretaps. For all its concern for probable
cause and legal standards, the Justice Department turned down one request in those four years - Lee's in
1996."

Posted by: Mulder (emailname) *
03/29/99 21:52:58 PST 
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