Seems I Missed One Two [Updated]

Personal reasons?  Like avoiding being fired/prosecuted?

DOJ Official Who Worked On Clinton, Russia Investigations Steps Down For Personal Reasons

By Chuck Ross, the Daily Caller

The Department of Justice official who interviewed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as part of the investigation into her emails is leaving the agency, he announced on Wednesday.

David Laufman, who leads the DOJ’s counterintelligence division, is leaving the DOJ for “personal reasons,” according to The Washington Post.

In addition to working on the investigation into Clinton’s handling of classified information, Laufman has also worked on the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

On the Clinton investigation, he sat in on interviews with the former secretary of state and several of her aides, including Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin and Jake Sullivan.

He was joined in those interviews by Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who is currently embroiled in a scandal over politically charged text messages.

Not sure how I missed this one.

This one was a known unknown, in that we knew him only as “mike”

“Mike” is Out – Michael P Kortan Quits FBI…

By Sundance, the Conservative Treehouse

Another longtime FBI official quits today. According to Fox News Catherine Herridge reporting, FBI Asst. Director Michael Kortan (aka text message “Mike”), the head of the FBI Public Affairs Office, has announced he is retiring.

Mike Kortan was previously exposed by FBI Agent Peter Strozok as having specific information that the investigation into Hillary Clinton was manipulated by the “small group”. “Mike’s”  job was to sell the ruse as a valid investigation.

The walk down the hill continues.

And now an evaluation of the implications:

Sudden FBI departures indicate that the jig is up

By Thomas Lifson, American Thinker

Choose your metaphor: rats leaving a sinking ship, cockroaches scurrying away from the light, or maybe just people cutting deals to save their butts.  Yesterday saw the FBI fan feculated.

The blandness of this Politico story, titled “Two more officials cited in FBI texts step down,” conceals really, really big news.  The jig is up.  Each of the “officials” who is “stepping down” is leaving under duress and likely facing serious legal consequences for acts that have been disclosed – acts that go to the heart of the fraudulent application for the Page FISA warrant and the obstruction of justice in the Hillary email probe.

Go read the whole thing.

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