Strange Jeep Followed ICIG Investigators Probing Hillary Email Scandal – Investigator’s House Broken Into, Computers Stolen, Trash Rummaged Through
According to a new Senate report released by Grassley, the Intelligence Community Inspector General who was probing the Hillary Clinton email scandal, believed an individual on the team was leaking information to the media — the ICIG legal counsel and suspected leaker has ties to the Clintons.
Frank Rucker and several of his fellow ICIG investigators who were probing the Hillary Clinton email scandal were also followed by a strange Jeep for several weeks.
Recall, Frank Rucker and other ICIG investigators discovered Hillary Clinton’s emails were hacked by China and confronted the FBI about the ‘anomaly’ they found on Hillary’s server. Peter Strzok ignored these warnings from the ICIG investigators and seemed ‘indifferent’ according to the Senate report.
One of the ICIG investigator’s was followed from the State Department to his home where someone broke into his house and stole all of his computers — another investigator realized someone rummaged through his recycling bin in his home looking for paperwork.
“[Frank] Rucker asked for a moment to consult with counsel. After conferring for a minute or so, he said that raised several other issues during his interview with DOJ-OIG, including whether somebody from ICIG was leaking to the media. Mr. Rucker said that it was a small group at ICIG that was working on the Clinton email Issue, so it was a concern for Mr. McCullough that somebody was leaking,” the Senate report said.
The suspected leaker, Paul Wogerman, who was counsel at ICIG is the son of a pastor to the Clintons.
“He said that Mr. McCullough considered pulling and examining everybody’s phone records. During the time of the Podesta hack, Mr. Rucker said that there was an email to Clinton attorney (David) Kendall referencing [redacted] and a “favorite son.” He said that Paul Wogerman, who was then a counsel at ICIG and whose father was allegedly a pastor to the Clintons was the only male employee on leave the following day when a meeting with [redacted] was supposed to take place according to the email. Therefore, he said, it was believed that Mr: Wogerman was leaking to [redacted]. He said that Mr. McCullough made a decision not to confront Mr. Wogerman. Mr. Rucker said that he does not believe that ICIG ever did an official assessment on whether Mr. Wogerman leaked classified information,” the Senate report stated.
Mr.Wogerrnan reportedly “pushed very hard to be included on the investigation, but he was NOT part of it.”
According to the report, Mr. Wogerman now works at ODNI in the mission integration department. Mr. Rucker said that to his knowledge, nobody ever confronted Mr. Wogerman about it. He said that they all signed non-disclosure agreements or NDA’s regarding their work at ICIG.
Rucker said a strange Jeep was following him and other ICIG investigators involved in Hillary Clinton’s email probe.
“Mr. Rucker said that a few odd things were happening that were also discussed. He said that a Jeep once followed the ICIG (McCullough} from the State Department to the door of house. Mr. Rucker said that he himself had a Jeep following him at odd hours. He said that for two weeks, the same Jeep followed him on Route 50. Mr. Rucker said that he cannot recall the exact time frame of when this occurred, nor did he record the Jeep’s license plate.”
One of the investigator’s homes was broken into and all of his computers were stolen. Another investigator discovered that someone rummaged through his recycling bin at home.
“He said that Mr. Hackett had a burglary at his home and all of his computers were stolen. He said that Mr. McCullough discovered that someone was sorting through his recycling bin at home and leaving separate stacks of items outside of the bin as if they were looking for papers,” the Senate report said.
Despite this obvious coverup and rampant corruption surrounding Hillary Clinton’s email investigation, there has been zero indictments of the Deep State.
H/T Luke Rosiak