Ohr, Bruce

DOJ #4 in command under Deputy Assistant Attorney General Sally Yates until demoted upon discovery by the Inspector General of his role in creating the “salacious and unverified” Steele dossier and running a back channel between Steele, Fusion GPS (where his wife Nellie worked on the “Russia” project – helping create the “Steele dossier”), the FBI, and the DOJ—even long after the FBI “terminated” its relationship with Christopher Steele because he had lied to the FBI. He hid the fact that Fusion GPS, which performed that research at the DNC’s behest, was paying his wife. DOJ documents show he was given a $28,000 bonus during the Russiagate investigation – plus a raise after his demotion.

Chronological History of Events Involving Bruce Ohr

CBS Obtains 94-Page Outline Showing FBI and Chris Steele Collaborative Use of Media Reporting…

CBS Obtains 94-Page Outline Showing FBI and Chris Steele Collaborative Use of Media Reporting…

CBS News Catherine Herridge has obtained a 94-page spread sheet (pdf here) showing dates of media reports, dates of Steele reports on the same material, and the FBI effort to verify or validate the circular process.   In essence this is evidence of the process we initially shared almost three years ago; only now we know the names. Former SSCI staffer Dan Jones, former Wall Street Journal reporter ...
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Ex-Treasury Staffer Pleads Guilty in Court for Leaking Classified Info to Liberal Hack Reporters

Ex-Treasury Staffer Pleads Guilty in Court for Leaking Classified Info to Liberal Hack Reporters

The former US Treasury Department staffer accused of leaking confidential information to a reporter pleaded guilty Monday to a single count of conspiracy. Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards admitted before Manhattan federal court Judge Gregory Woods to spilling secrets to a Buzzfeed reporter about the Mueller investigation and probes into Paul Manafort, Rick Gates and Russian agent Maria Butina. The 41-year-old’s plea comes as she was approaching trial on ...
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DOJ Inspector General Horowitz Releases FISA Report

DOJ Inspector General Horowitz Releases FISA Report

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s long-awaited Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act report was publicly released on Monday 12/9/2019, concluding the FBI did mislead the FISA court to obtain warrants to spy on Trump campaign officials. The IG’s report of the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation into “Russian collusion” lays out incontrovertible evidence that the Bureau misled the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court through false information and omissions to surveil Trump campaign ...
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Judicial Watch: New State Department Documents Reveal Last-Minute Efforts by Obama State Department to Undermine President Trump

Judicial Watch: New State Department Documents Reveal Last-Minute Efforts by Obama State Department to Undermine President Trump

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 90 pages of heavily redacted U.S. Department of State documents showing Obama State Department officials’ efforts to disseminate classified information to multiple U.S. Senators immediately prior to President Donald Trump’s inauguration. The information, which included raw intelligence, purported to show “malign” Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Among the senators receiving the classified documents were Sen. Mark Warner ...
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Report: 100 Actions the Deep State FBI and DOJ took that were Corrupt, Criminal, or Outside Policy in Order to Exonerate Hillary and Setup Trump

Report: 100 Actions the Deep State FBI and DOJ took that were Corrupt, Criminal, or Outside Policy in Order to Exonerate Hillary and Setup Trump

The FBI leadership under the Obama Administration took many actions that deviated from standard practice and/or were corrupt and/or criminal in their efforts to exonerate Hillary from her crimes and then spy and frame candidate and then President Trump. Today current members of the FBI are embarrassed to even turn on their TV’s as a result. Time magazine of all places reported recently about the many ...
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