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Strzok claims anti-Trump texts protected by 1. Change of administration in breach of his rights

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Senator Lindsey Graham reads the text messages between the FBI and Peter Strzok and Lisa page

The former FBI agent Peter Strzok, the lawsuit against the government an offer for reinstatement, argued in a court filing in Washington, DC, federal district court on Monday that his politically-motivated anti-Trump-messages were protected by the First Amendment-even though he sent you on a bureau-issued cell phones while they are playing a leading role in the probes in both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

“Firing an employee for the content of his or her non-public communications is unconstitutional, regardless of a balance of interests,” including damage to the FBI, the reputation and other factors, Strzok argues in its reply letter, in the Wake of Trump hit the “unpresidential tweets.”

Because it was the Department of justice leaked that his anti-Trump-text-messages Strzok argued that his lyrics should be considered private speech, and he should not be held to the stricter legal standard under the 1968 Supreme Court case Pickering v. Board of Education, the public statements by employees of the government.

Strzok, after the FBI said the head of counterintelligence, he was entitled to, “develop a complete factual record about the discovery,” and that it would be premature to dismiss the case at this early stage. He went on to argue that the DOJ position would “leave thousands of career Federal authorities without the protection of the discipline about the content of their political speech.”

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Strzok, the filing was dismissed in response to the Ministry of justice no-holds-barred movement, his suit for reinstatement in November. The DOJ said in court that Strzok had even allowed for the implementation of the FBI’s business on his personal iMessage account, and assured them that the materials were to be safe-even if his wife on his phone and determined he was having an affair with Lisa page, then a FBI lawyer in the Clinton and Russia-probes.

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In its filing, the DOJ is a August included 2018 letter to Strzok from the Ministry of justice, the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR), which said, in part, Strzok had engaged to examine, in a “neglect of duty of supervision” by the failure, the potentially classified Clinton-E-mail, was addressed to an unsecured laptop belonging to Anthony Weiner how the 2016 election.

The situation was so bad, OPR, said that a case agent in New York state, told lawyers that he “can’t act scared” and “paranoid” that “someone was,” and that “someone had tried to bury you.”

The case agent-the flag of New York prosecutors, the potentially Clinton-E has been categorised-Mails found on Anthony Weiner’s unsecured laptop after the investigation was publicly closed, and the senior FBI officials did not seem interested in returning his phone calls about the issue.

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The New York prosecutors immediately forwarded your concerns to the DOJ, effectively Strzok head and leading, eventually, then-FBI Director James Comey will be the fateful announcement just before the election day, E-Mails, possibly with the Clinton probe were found, on Weiner’s laptop.

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In addition, the DOJ and OPR noted that, although Strzok claimed to be “double deleted” sensitive FBI materials from his personal devices, even though his wife had found, photos, and a hotel-reservation “allegedly” used for a “romantic encounter.” Strzok, not turning, the acceptance of the devices for the review, the OPR, as he himself confirmed with Apple’s iMessage service for some of the FBI work.

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“[My wife] has my cell phone. You are reading an angry note I wrote but didn’t send it. This is called you from my phone. She says she wants to talk to [you]. Said, we were read by close friends, nothing more,” a Strzok text on the page, according to the filing.

Strzok, a veteran counterintelligence agent, was removed came from Special Counsel Robert Müller to the team after his anti-Trump texts with pages. He was fired from the FBI in August of last year.

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Page, meanwhile, is also a lawsuit against the FBI and DOJ, who claimed that the government, the release of their salacious text messages with Strzok was in violation of the Federal data protection act.

In the suit filed earlier this month said 39-year-old Page, they suffered much of the damage to deal with due to the disclosure, including a “permanent loss of earning capacity due to reputational damage” and “cost of therapy, unwanted national media exposure and harassment” in the hands of the trump card.

Page complaint also sought reimbursement for “the costs of child care during the Transport of several investigative reviews and appearances before the Congress,” the “costs for the payment of a data privacy service to protect their personal information,” and attorney’s fees.

DOJ inspector General Michael Horowitz criticized senior FBI officials, including Strzok and page, tell your messages, the appearance of impropriety and corrupt-the FBI, which has the reputation, although he could not see that bias had to specifically investigative motivated decisions.

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Horowitz found a whole range of misconduct in the whole of Russia-probes, including the forgery of a document by an FBI attorney, you will receive a supervision guarantee to watch over the former Trump aide Carter page.

U.S. attorney John Durham, who runs his own criminal probe into the FBI and DOJ misconduct has not said that he agrees with Horowitz’s assessment that the FBI says the opening of a probe in the trump campaign was the right one.

“On the basis of the evidence to date collected, and while our investigation is ongoing, the last month we have not advised the Inspector General that we agree with some of the report’s conclusions, predication, and as the FBI case was opened,” Durham, said this month.

Fox News’ Bill Mears contributed to this report.

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