Original source that obtained the DOJ records: Judicial Watch
Newly released DOJ records show that multiple top members of Mueller’s investigative team claimed to have “accidentally wiped” at least 15 (!) phones used during the anti-Trump investigation after the DOJ OIG asked for the devices to be handed over.
Federal records show that Mueller deputy Andrew Weismann claims to have “accidentally” wiped, via wrong passwords at least 2 phones detailing his activity during the anti-Trump probe.
James Quarles’ phone “wiped itself.”
Greg Andre also made the same wrong password claim…
Mueller deputy Kyle Freeny similarly claimed that his phone was accidentally wiped after too many wrong passwords were entered.
Same with Mueller deputy Rush Atkinson.
At least 12 other officials whose names are redacted also claimed to have “accidentally” nuked their phones.
The newly released DOJ records from the OIG investigation of corruption during the Mueller probe shows that a key tactic used by the Mueller team was to put the phones in airplane mode, lock them, and then claim they didn’t have the password.
What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all “accidentally” nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and “forgetting” their passwords so the DOJ OIG couldn’t access and examine them? Negative 100,000%? (Sean Davis@seanmdav/Twitter, 9/10/2020) (Archive)
(Timeline editor’s note: I reformatted the Twitter thread for an easier read. No words were changed.)
Devin Nunes appears on Maria Bartiromo’s show Sunday, September 13, 2020, to discuss the wiped phones: