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Judge says to report to DOJ complaint against McCabe or at the end of the investigation

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A Federal judge, the justice has given an ultimatum concerning the former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe: to file charges or drop of your sample, whether or not McCabe lied to investigators about an FBI media leak.

During a Monday hearing, said in a lawsuit filed by citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington (CREW) over internal FBI records to McCabe termination, judge Reggie B. Walton, if the DOJ is not his opinion of Nov. 15, he will order will be in the documents released.

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“It’s been a long time and this is just dragging on for too long,” Walton said, according to The Washington Post, which obtained a transcript of the hearing. “And do those who have to make these hard decisions. And if not, I’ll begin ordering the release of information.”

Walton, the DOJ, the prosecutors said, “to cut all of you have, and you make your decision. It is not a hard decision, and I think it needs to be made.”

McCabe fell on March 16, 2018, days before he was set to retire after the DOJ Inspector General’s office found office and the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility, both that he “lacked the openness,” or false information when you speak with the investigators about a leak to the media in connection with an investigation of the Clinton Foundation.

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CREW filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in July 2018. The DOJ claimed that certain documents were protected, the compiled under the exception for records for law enforcement purposes, where the production could interfere with law enforcement proceedings.

Weeks prior to the Walton’s warning, a federal grand jury allegedly had learned in relation to the McCabe case, but does not give you an indictment, leaving the future of a possible case in the air.

Walton urged the judiciary to act, one way or the other.

“Our public has a right to know what’s going on,” he said.

Last month, attorneys for McCabe urged the justice Department to “immediately” close, what do you as a “repairable” investigation.

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