The FBI on Friday released more documents related to its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private server thanks to a FOIA lawsuit by Judicial Watch.
The FBI once again ‘lost property’ related to the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
“The SA’s (Special Agents) looked through all case materials in the CI-13 file and workbox area, however, they were not able to locate this item,” the FBI doc read. “As such, WFO (Washington Field Office) considers the item missing and will enclose this document into 1A20 as a placeholder until the missing item is located.”
Was the ‘lost receipt for property’ related to Hillary Clinton’s BlackBerrys and iPads?
According to the FBI docs related to the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private server, Special Agents (SAs) have been gathering and copying materials in response to a Judicial Watch FOIA lawsuit and stumbled across some ‘missing notes.’
A February 2019 email from a Special Agent reveals that a CD containing material and notes from an August 2015 meeting with the ICIG was damaged, therefore the information is considered “missing.”
“On or about February 6, 2019, SAs [redacted] opened [redacted] CYBER-1A27, which contained a CD with a crack on it (a damaged CD). SA attempted to copy the damaged CD at the WFO [Washington Field Office] Computer Analysis Response Team (CART) self-service area, but was not able to do so.” the email read.
Since the CD was cracked, FBI IT specialists indicated it was unlikely the CD could be copied.
The notes from this meeting are also missing.
So the FBI has revealed that a CD containing material about their meeting with the ICIG is damaged and the notes about the meeting are also missing — and now ‘property’ (maybe Hillary’s BlackBerrys) are missing.
The FBI is supposed to be our premiere law enforcement agency. Let that sink in.
The FBI released part 32 of 33 last month and part 33 of 33 on Friday. Click here to read part 33 of 33 from the FBI Vault.