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List of FBI DOJ Personel Fired Resigned Demoted Retired Reassigned

Post by kirrabi » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:15 am

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James Comey – FBI Director – fired

Andrew McCabe – Deputy FBI Director – fired

Peter Strzok – Deputy Assistant Director of FBI’s Counterintelligence – demoted fired

Lisa Page – FBI/DOJ Lawyer = demoted resigned

James Baker – FBI General Counsel - demoted resigned

James Rybicki – Chief of Staff to FBI Director James Comey - resigned

Josh Campbell – Special Assistant to James Comey – resigned

Michael Kortan – FBI Asst. Director Public Affairs – resigned

Greg Brower – FBI Assistant Director for the Office of Congressional Affairs -resigned

John Giacalone – FBI Executive Assistant Director for the National Security - resigned

Michael Kortan – FBI Asst. Director Public Affairs – resigned

James Turgal – FBI Executive Assistant Director for Information and Technology Branch - retired

Michael B. Steinbach – FBI Executive Assistant Director for the National Security – retired

Louis Bladel – Special Agent in charge of the Counterintelligence Division of the New York Field Office. Previously Section Chief of the Counter-Proliferation Center at FBI Headquarters. Retired 2016.


FBI Agents Reassigned

Stephen Laycock – Special Agent in charge of the Counterintelligence Division for the Washington Field Office. Previously Section Chief of the Eurasia Section in the Counterintelligence Division at FBI Headquarters.

Charles McGonigal – Special Agent in charge of the Counterintelligence Division for the New York Field Office. Previously Section Chief of the Cyber-Counterintelligence Coordination Section at FBI Headquarters.

Gerald Roberts – Special Agent in charge of the Intelligence Division of the Washington Field Office. Previously Section Chief of the Terrorist Financing Operations Section in the Counterterrorism Division at FBI Headquarters.

Charles Kable – Special Agent in charge of the Counterintelligence Division at the Washington Field Office. Previously Section Chief of the Counterespionage Section at FBI Headquarters.



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Bruce Ohr – Former Associate Deputy Attorney General (DOJ career employee ranked #4 at DOJ)– demoted twice reassigned
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Post by Godjira » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:21 am

I guess Trump has purged the FBI. That’s how he got that sham Kavanaugh investigation
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Post by Jim-2012 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:29 am

That is progress, but only the beginning of what needs to be done.
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Unread post by Jim-2012 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:29 am

That is progress, but only the beginning of what needs to be done.
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Post by eric84 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:46 am

The list of cabinet members and wh staff that have been fired or resigned is even longer.
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Post by kirrabi » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:47 am

Jim-2012 wrote:
Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:29 am
That is progress, but only the beginning of what needs to be done.
They are all going to get interviewed. Some of them left early. By leaving it's much more difficult for them to answer questions about events. They no longer have clearance to review their work. But that's okay. Sessions will read Horwitiz's report and then the DOJ criminal investigation will begin for many if not all of them.
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Post by kirrabi » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:49 am

Prove it erich. Compile a list.
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Post by eric84 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:07 am

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of ... signations

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Post by kirrabi » Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:22 am

Now make me a sandwich.
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Post by andybox » Sun Oct 07, 2018 5:21 am

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Post by Godjira » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:05 am

Can’t wait until we can purge the White House.
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Post by jedgarandclyde » Sun Oct 07, 2018 10:10 am

Please, can we have an objective view on here?

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Post by birdlite » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:49 pm

eric84 wrote:The list of cabinet members and wh staff that have been fired or resigned is even longer.
Exactly, for ethical reasons, misuse of tax dollars, spousal abuse, being agents of foreign governments.

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Post by birdlite » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:50 pm

kirrabi wrote:
Jim-2012 wrote:
Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:29 am
That is progress, but only the beginning of what needs to be done.
They are all going to get interviewed. Some of them left early. By leaving it's much more difficult for them to answer questions about events. They no longer have clearance to review their work. But that's okay. Sessions will read Horwitiz's report and then the DOJ criminal investigation will begin for many if not all of them.
But I thought Trump declared Sessions as useless ?!

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Post by Scrubb » Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:09 pm

kirrabi wrote:
Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:47 am
They are all going to get interviewed. Some of them left early. By leaving it's much more difficult for them to answer questions about events. They no longer have clearance to review their work. But that's okay. Sessions will read Horwitiz's report and then the DOJ criminal investigation will begin for many if not all of them.
?? So, you have a list of 2 people fired by Trump because he didn't like them. And the rest of the people quit or retired. Some were reassigned.

How many reassignments and resignations and retirements occur every 22 months usually? Is this an unusual number?
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Post by eric84 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:10 pm

kirrabi wrote:
Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:22 am
Now make me a sandwich.
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Post by kirrabi » Fri Nov 09, 2018 3:25 am

LOL. The mighty eric. What did you do get yourself a toupee?
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Post by eric84 » Fri Nov 09, 2018 3:44 am

Oh, I guess we add sessions to the list. Zinke is almost certainly next.
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Post by Godjira » Fri Nov 09, 2018 3:49 am

For the Republicans, Trump is their Trojan Horse, except that they know that the horse is filled with soldiers who will terrorize the country.
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He may be a candidate for the Fed peniteniary.
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Post by northern_goddess » Sat Dec 15, 2018 6:15 pm

So, any guesses on the replacement? Is there anyone left other than Jared for any position?
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Post by cuchulainn » Sat Dec 15, 2018 6:22 pm

Trump’s Purge of the FBI Is Complete
With the odd firing of Peter Strzok, the president has cleansed the bureau of the men who started the Russia investigation. This is not normal.

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The announcement Monday morning that former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok had been fired likely brings to a conclusion the personnel debate within the bureau regarding the behaviors of certain high-profile officials during the 2016 campaign cycle. Agent Strzok—a counterintelligence expert with particular expertise on Russia—played a significant role not only in parts of the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server but also—in his role as deputy assistant director of the Counterintelligence Division—in the initiation of the still-ongoing probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials. He also committed the serious political sin of exchanging private text messages (at least some on a government phone) with Lisa Page, an FBI attorney with whom he was having an affair, in which the two officials expressed their severe distaste for President Trump personally (as well as other candidates). Like former Director James Comey and former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe before him, Agent Strzok was terminated in the midst of a highly politicized environment in which the president of the United States has repeatedly attacked FBI officials by name and denounced the probe of his campaign as a “witch hunt.”

The actual documentation issued by the FBI outlining the basis or bases for Strzok’s termination has not been made public, and it will no doubt remain private unless Strzok himself permits its publication. Even from the information that is publicly available, however, we can reasonably surmise what were the likely bases for terminating Strzok’s employment. Those bases presumably revolved around misuse of government property, specifically with respect to using a government phone to communicate with Page in a manner that would conceal their personal relationship from their respective spouses. It is also possible, albeit unlikely, that the content of the text messages—and particularly their inflammatory verbiage—would have been cited as raising at least the appearance of impropriety that had cast doubt on Strzok’s trustworthiness and good judgment in how he had performed his duties.


Indeed, there was no doubt a viable—although arguably attenuated—policy justification supporting Strzok’s firing. Having represented government employees at the FBI and across the intelligence community in similar disciplinary proceedings for 11 years, however, I can tell you that the manner in which this particular saga came to a conclusion was in no way consistent with standard FBI practice.

No matter what some in the media might tell you, it is not impossible to fire government officials if there is a valid basis for doing so. When it comes to the FBI, that task is far easier because—with very limited exceptions that likely do not apply to Strzok—FBI officials are effectively “at-will” employees. The Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, which governs the disciplinary due process system for the entire U.S. government, specifically excludes the bureau—as well as several other agencies within the intelligence community—from its statutory scope. In effect, FBI officials receive whatever internal due process the agency decides to provide to them out of a matter of discretion.

What was so unusual in the context of Strzok’s firing, however, was the direct intervention of Deputy Director David Bowdich into the process. Just like in any other FBI disciplinary proceeding, Strzok was initially afforded the right to appeal the proposed termination of his employment to Candace M. Will, the head of the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility. I have appeared before Will several times on behalf of FBI clients and I can state from personal experience that she is well-credentialed and compassionate, but ultimately very strict. She is a firm believer in the notion that the FBI has to hold itself to the highest ethical and moral standards and that is often reflected in her determinations. In 11 years of practice, I cannot think of a single time I have ever managed to persuade Will to reverse a proposed termination of an FBI official’s employment.

Nonetheless, according to a statement from Strzok’s attorney, Will chose not to uphold the proposed termination of Strzok’s employment. Instead, she concluded that it was appropriate to instead demote Strzok and suspend him for 60 days. She apparently also concluded that Strzok would be afforded what is known as a “last chance agreement,” which is effectively a written understanding between the agency and the employee that even the slightest instance of misconduct going forward can and will likely result in immediate termination. That Will reached this conclusion is very surprising and, in my professional opinion, speaks to just how thin the case for firing Strzok likely was.

That Deputy Director Bowdich chose to overrule Will is what takes this matter so far outside the ordinary practice of the FBI disciplinary process. I have never seen senior FBI leadership unilaterally and directly intervene in such a manner, whether in my client’s favor or otherwise. If Strzok had not been satisfied with Will’s determination, appealing to Deputy Director Bowdich would not even have been a formal option. His final stage of administrative appeal would have been before the Disciplinary Review Board, which is comprised of three senior FBI officials but to my knowledge does not typically (if ever) include the deputy director.

To be clear: No legal restriction likely prevented Deputy Director Bowdich from directly intervening. After all, Strzok was effectively an “at-will” employee. What is concerning here is the continuous and repeated appearance of political considerations seeping into the traditionally apolitical disciplinary process at the FBI. President Trump made no bones about his distaste for Agent Strzok, just as he similarly publicly criticized Director Comey and Director McCabe prior to their terminations. All three men played or were still playing a role in the investigation into the president’s campaign before they were fired.


With the firing of Peter Strzok, the president’s purge of senior FBI leadership who helped launch that investigation is now complete. For those wondering whether Trump would allow the bureau to do its job without political interference from the White House, I think we have our answer.
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