DOJ watchdog finds Comey violated policies with private memos about Trump – Will not prosecute

The Justice Department decided not to prosecute former FBI Director James Comey for retaining memos about interactions with the Trump White House and for disclosing one such memo to the media, the agency’s internal watchdog said in a report released Thursday.

However, the new report from DOJ’s Office of Inspector General sharply criticized Comey for violating FBI and Justice Department policies on handling information about sensitive law enforcement investigations.

Still, the IG said it “found no evidence that Comey or his attorneys released any of the classified information contained in any of the memos to members of the media.”

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1 Comment on "DOJ watchdog finds Comey violated policies with private memos about Trump – Will not prosecute"

  1. sooner rather than latter someone in Obama’s crooked administration needs to be held accountable and made an example of!.

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