January 4, 2017 – FBI Washington field office found “no derogatory information” on Flynn and wanted to close Crossfire Razor…Strzok says not so fast

In Email Timeline Post-Election 2016, Email/Dossier Investigations, Independent Researchers by Katie Weddington

The operation that targeted Flynn: CROSSFIRE RAZOR

January 4, 2017: FBI field office found “No derogatory information” on Flynn and decided to close RAZOR.

January 4, 2017: FBI leadership (STRZOK) went off the rails and targeted Flynn: “Don’t close RAZOR”

FBI Washington Field Office Report:

FBI and US Govt (CIA?) databases showed “no derogatory information” on Flynn.

Flynn determined to be “no longer a viable candidate” as part of the Crossfire Hurricane case.

Peter Strzok texts to the FBI Case Manager handling the Crossfire Razor (Flynn) case.

Strzok: “If you haven’t closed RAZOR, don’t do so yet”

Strzok: “7th floor involved” (FBI Leadership)

(Possible use of Logan Act “violations” to keep the investigation open)



Logan Act theory coincides w/ Page/Strzok emails on January 4, 2017 (same day Flynn file was to be closed) about Logan Act.

HT Excellent – Semi-Casual Observer @CasualSemi

Judicial Watch – new emails

“New emails from @JudicialWatch reveal Strzok, Page, Priestap, Anderson, and an unknown were emailing about the Logan Act on January 4th, 2017. After the Kislyak calls; but weeks before the Ignatious leaks, Flynn interview, and Yates alleging Logan Act violations.”

“I believe this is the earliest example we have of people in the FBI/DOJ connected to the Flynn investigation discussing the Logan Act.”

Read the Crossfire Razor FBI Field Office Memo/Texts/emails HERE.

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