Former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok said he would have never been compromised by foreign adversaries or other nefarious actors, despite his long time affair with his paramour former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, according to testimony released Thursday.
Strzok also revealed details about his removal from Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel’s investigation, the removal of his security clearance and answered a slew of questions regarding the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to send classified documents. The lawmakers also asked detailed questions about his role overseeing the FBI’s investigation into President Trump’s campaign and alleged Russian collusion.
As head of the FBI’s Russia division in counterintelligence, Strzok was fired last year by the FBI, after a lengthy investigation by the Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed details about Strzok’s affair and exposed tens of thousands of anti-Trump text messages between the lovers.
Strzok’s testimony was made available Thursday by Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee. Collins released Justice Department official Bruce Ohr’s testimony March 8 and on Tuesday he released Page’s testimony.
Strzok Escorted Out of FBI Headquarters June, 2018
In June, 2018 there were a handful of stories that revealed then-FBI Special Agent Strzok was escorted out of FBI headquarters by officials.
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