Comey in Russian Collusion

On March 31, 2017, the DOJ transferred convicted and incarcerated Russian spy Evgeniy Buryakov to the DHS, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which released him to Russia within a few days. He was released 4 months earlier than scheduled.

That happened when James Comey was the FBI Director, supposedly investigating Russian activities. An early release of a convicted Russian spy while investigating Russian activities doesn’t make sense. But it makes perfect sense, if Comey used investigation of alleged Russian activities as a pretext in the coup attempts.

Buryakov was apprehended and convicted with the assistance of a former naval officer Carter Page. After Buryakov was released, the DOJ doubled down on its persecution of Carter Page.

via Science Defies Politics

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October 29, 2019 at 08:02PM

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