Strzok-page texts that reveal the personal relationship between FBI officials and judges recused from the Flynn case

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Peter texts show Strzok friendship with a Federal judge

The revelations about U.S. District Court judge Rudolph Contreras found in a new batch of text messages between Strzok and his FBI, paramour, Lisa page; chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports from Washington.

The Federal judge who presided in the former National security Advisor, Michael Flynn ‘ s case, in the last year before they mysteriously be recused had a personal relationship with anti-Trump the FBI-officials Peter Strzok, according to the text mesages are received and reviewed by Fox News.

The revelations about U.S. District Court judge Rudolph Contreras found in a new batch of text messages between Strzok and his FBI, paramour, Lisa page.

Contreras was appointed to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) in 2016, a topic of conversation between Strzok and page.

“Rudy is on the FISC! Did you know that?” Page texted Strzok on July 25, 2016. “Just ordered two months ago.”

“I answered,” Strzok. “We talked, before and after. I need to get together with him.”

Strzok explores issues of counterintelligence at the FBI, which went by the FISC.

Texts reflect-to ask, why would Strzok had told her of Contreras on the FISC. Strzok said he thought he had you shared the information.

In the texts, Strzok-called “ABI-party” that he and Contreras visited both recently.

He talk also texted about the meaning of “be careful, in him, in the sense of not placing him in a situation where he would have to recuse themselves.”

The revelations about U.S. District Court judge Rudolph Contreras, and a possible explanation for his recusal, were the messages in a new batch of text between the FBI paramours Peter Strzok and Lisa page.

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Page replied that you could make it. “, which could speak to either of them about everything in detail will not be meaningful enough to distancing.”

Page added: “Standards for the distancing are quite high. I don’t think this is a actual conflict. And he doesn’t know, what do you do?”

Strzok said: “it’s in the rule, he knows what I’m doing. Not the height or the circumference or the area. But he is super thoughtful and consistent about ethics and conflicts.”

Flynn pleaded guilty, before Contreras in December 2017, to making false statements to the FBI as part of the Special Counsel, to Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign, and possible collusion with Trump allies of the campaign.

Strzok, the short team served in the special counsel’s-before he headed back into the FBI’s human resources division, the office of the interview with Flynn. That is to say, he was probably one of the FBI officials involved in the talks, in which Flynn is accused of a false statement about his communication with the Russians.

Days after Flynn’s guilty, Contreras recused and was replaced from the case by judge Emmet Sullivan. No explanation for the distancing has given up to this point. But the experts are of the opinion that the relationship with Strzok can provide that missing piece of the puzzle

“That explains why he recused himself,” the former U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova told Fox News on Friday. “He knew that he is a friend of Strzok, when the case came to him. He should allow Flynn to withdraw, guilty.”

Contreras “never the case,” diGenova told Fox News. He noted that the timing of Contreras’ recusal, which he appeared on the road as the Strzok-page texts in the press.

Flynn pleaded guilty in Dec. 1. Reports began to surface of the Strzok anti-Trump send texts on the page on Feb. 2. Contreras on recused himself from the case. Dec. 7.

The former National security Advisor, Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI in December 2017.


“Contreras the rules of the court violates judicial ethics,” diGenova said. “If he knew Strzok was responsible for espionage, he should have never get too close.”

A spokesman for Miller’s probe, declined to comment.

Fox News’ Peter Doocy contributed to this report.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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