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Nine days after the presidential election, FBI agent Peter Strzok and the FBI’s lawyer, Lisa page texts exchanged, the Fox News has learned, are under a new scrutiny by congressional investigators, the review of the genesis of the Russia probe; chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports.
Peter Strzok, the former FBI agent who wrote unflattering text messages about President trump in the investigation of the trump campaign, the alleged ties to Russia, has filed a lawsuit against the Bureau and the Ministry of justice – the argument that the FBI broke in to the “relentless pressure” of the President, if it fired him.
“While many in law enforcement, faced attacks, said by this President, Pete Strzok, a constant target for two years,” Aitan Goelman, partner with Zuckerman Spaeder LLP and one of the Strzok lawyers, in a statement to Fox News. “It is undeniable that his termination was a result of President Trump, the relentless repression campaign of false information, attacks and direct appeals to the top officials.”
Goelman added: “The complaint shows that the President wishes, FBI leaders trampled on Pete’ s free speech and due process rights in a way that should be deeply disturbing to all in the government, and, in fact, all Americans.”
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The complaint, which names as defendants Attorney General William Barr and FBI Director Chris Wray, a political drama, which was seized by conservative critics of then-Special Counsel Robert Müller is Russia’s investigation as proof that the office was biased against Trump. Several studies are investigating in progress to, whether the FBI acted properly during the Russia-investigation, and Strzok remains a target of Trump’s mocking tweets.
Representatives of the FBI did not respond immediately to Fox News’ request for comment.
The suit provides new details about the circumstances of the Strzok, the burn and the amounts is, to the last defence of his reputation, in the coming months after a fiery congressional hearing in which he insisted that his personal views, never influences his work.
Strzok, a veteran counterintelligence agent who came to the FBI’s investigations into Hillary Clinton contributed to the use of a private E-Mail server that has been removed from Müller’s team, according to the text of the FBI’s lawyer, Lisa page to the light. He was fired from the FBI in August of last year.
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Many of the texts to the FBI-mobile phones, were bitter-standing critical trump during his 2016 for office. They were used by the justice Department inspector General during the investigation of the FBI-Clinton-E-Mail probe.
The watchdog office criticizes both Strzok and page, with whom he was having an affair, for her judgment in sending the news but not that the Clinton E-Mail investigation was compromised by political bias.
In the lawsuit, Strzok lawyer for the FBI said-the Deputy-Director-fired Strzok was in response to “relentless pressure from President Trump and his political allies in Congress and in the media.”
That Deputy, David Bowdich, overruled the recommendation of the disciplinary official, that he was only demoted and suspended without pay and denied him the chance to appeal.
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Bowdich said at the time that Strzok put the “persistent pattern of wrong decisions in the use of a FBI unit” for the SMS in question decisions during the Clinton E-Mail inquiry and the early stages of Russia’s probe. And the FBI has said that Bowdich, as the FBI’s No. 2 official, was to overrule the authority of disciplinary knowledge.
The complaint says that the campaign to have the fire Strzok contain “constant tweets and other disparaging statements,” of trump, and the President of the direct complaints Wray and Barr’s predecessor as attorney General, Jeff Sessions, fire Strzok.
The lawsuit says the administration discriminated against his point of view, to fire him, though other officials of the government, have kept support trump on-the-job, your job. He notes that the White house has not triggered a counselor Kelly Anne Conway, in spite of the determination that you violated the Hatch Act — a law that limits political activity by government workers, from the contempt of the Democratic presidential candidates, while they speak in their official capacity.
“The trump administration has repeatedly claimed to be tolerated and even party-sponsored political speech of Federal employees, as long as this speech, President Trump and the attacks of his political opponents praised,” the complaint.
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The lawsuit also says that the Ministry of justice set out to smear Strzok reputation and humiliate him, if it is almost 400 text messages disclosed that he had sent or received.
In the complaint, Strzok also aims to explain some of the texts that have attracted the most negative attention, including one in which he said “we hear,” a trump presidency.
The conservatives interpreted the text as a Strzok to say that he would work to prevent Trump from selected, but the color says, the message was intended to reassure page, which would not support the American people, a Trump candidacy.
Fox News’ Bill Mears and The Associated Press contributed to this report.