Sunday, April 15, 2018


Submitted by: Mary Fatzinger

Comey's Claim That President Trump Interfered In The Russia Investigation Is Contradicted By Testimony

In June 2017, Director Comey Testified That Neither The President Nor A Member Of His Administration Asked The Investigation Into Russian Involvement In The 2016 Election Be Stopped. SENATOR RICHARD BURR (R-NC): "Director Comey, did the president at any time ask you to stop the FBI investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 U.S. elections?" FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY: "Not to my understanding, no." BURR: "Did any individual working for this administration, including the Justice Department, ask you to stop the Russian investigation?" COMEY: "No." ("Full Transcript and Video: James Comey's Testimony on Capitol Hill," New York Times , 6/8/17)

In May 2017, When Asked Whether Senior Officials Could Halt A Specific Investigation, FBI Director Comey Replied That, In His Experience, He Had Never Been Asked To Halt An FBI Investigation For Political Reasons. SEN. MAZIE HIRONO (D-HI): "So if the Attorney General or senior officials at the Department of Justice opposes a specific investigation, can they halt that FBI investigations?" FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY: "In theory yes." HIRONO: "Has it happened?" COMEY: "Not in my experience. Because it would be a big deal to tell the FBI to stop doing something that -- without an appropriate purpose. I mean where oftentimes they give us opinions that we don't see a case there and so you ought to stop investing resources in it. But I'm talking about a situation where we were told to stop something for a political reason, that would be a very big deal. It's not happened in my experience." (James Comey, Committee On The Judiciary, U.S. Senate, Hearing , 05/03/17)
In May 2017, Then-Acting FBI Director McCabe Stated That, "There Has Been No Effort To Impede Our Investigations." SEN. MARCO RUBIO: "Mr. McCabe, can you, without going into the specifics of any investigation, I think the American people want to know, has the dismissal of Mr. Comey in any way impeded, interrupted, stopped, negatively impacted any of the work, any of the investigation or any ongoing projects at the Federal Bureau Of Investigations?" ACTING FBI DIRECTOR ANDREW MCCABE: "As you know Senator, the work of the FBI continues despite any changes in circumstance, any decisions, so there has been no been no effort to impede our investigations to date." (Committee On Intelligence, U.S. Senate, Hearing, 05/11/17)
In May 2017, Former Obama CIA Director John Brennan Said He Was Not Aware Of Any Members Of The Intelligence Community Who Felt Pressure From The Trump Administration To Drop The Investigation. REP. ADAM SCHIFF (D), CALIFORNIA: "Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I wanted to follow up on a comment that I made in the opening statement and that is, with respect to a number of the allegations that have been made recently that the president or his aids may have sought to enlist the help of members of the IC or Director Comey himself to drop the Flynn investigation? Have any members of the IC shared with you their concerns that the president was attempting to enlist the help of people within the intelligence community to drop the Flynn investigation?" JOHN BRENNAN, FORMER CIA DIRECTOR: "No, sir." SCHIFF: "Are you aware of any efforts the president has made to enlist the support of intelligence community personnel to push back on a narrative involving the collusion issue that Mr. Rooney was asking about?" BRENNAN: "I am unaware of it. "(Committee On Intelligence, U.S. House, Hearing, 5/23/17)

Despite Previously Testifying He Had Never Leaked Information, FBI Director Comey Admitted To The Senate Intelligence Committee That He Had Authorized The Leak Of His Memos In Order To Prompt A Special Counsel Investigation

In His May 3, 2017, Testimony In Front Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Former FBI Director Comey Stated He Had Never Been An Anonymous Source, Nor Authorized Someone Else To Be An Anonymous Source, In News Reports Concerning The Trump Or Clinton Investigation. SEN. CHUCK GRASSLEY (D-IA): "Director Comey, have you ever been an anonymous source in news reports about matters relating to the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation?" FORMER FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY: "Never." GRASSLEY: "Question two, relatively related, have you ever authorized someone else at the FBI to be an anonymous source in news reports about the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation?" COMEY: "No." (James Comey, Committee On The Judiciary, U.S. Senate, Hearing , 05/03/17)
On May 16, 2017, The New York Times Reported Details Of A Memo Written By Comey While FBI Director Which Detailed A Conversation With President Trump Following The Resignation Of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn. "Comey wrote the memo detailing his conversation with the president immediately after the meeting, which took place the day after Mr. Flynn resigned, according to two people who read the memo." (Michael Schmidt, "Comey Memo Says Trump Asked Him To End Flynn Investigation," The New York Times , 05/16/17)
Shortly After His Dismissal As The Head Of The FBI, James Comey Authorized A "Close Friend" To Leak The Contents Of His Memos In Order To Prompt A Special Counsel Investigation. "Shortly after his dismissal as head of the FBI, James Comeyauthorized 'a close friend' to leak the contents of his memos to the press in order to prompt a special counsel investigation." (Katie Bo Williams, "Comey Leaked Memos To Prompt Special Counsel," The Hill , 06/08/17)
On June 8, 2017, Comey Admitted To The Senate Select Committee On Intelligence He Asked A Close Friend To Share The Contents Of The Memo With A Reporter With The Hope It Might Prompt The Appointment Of A Special Counsel. SEN. SUSAN COLLINS (R-ME): "Finally, did you show copies of your memos to anyone outside of the Department of Justice?" COMEY: "Yes." COLLINS: "And to whom did you show copies?" COMEY: "I asked - the President tweeted on Friday after I got fired that I better hope there's not tapes. I woke up in the middle of the night on Monday night because it didn't dawn on me originally, that there might be corroboration for our conversation. There might a tape. My judgment was, I need to get that out into the public square. I asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter. Didn't do it myself for a variety of reasons. I asked him to because I thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. I asked a close friend to do it." COLLINS: "Was that Mr. Wittes?" COMEY: "No." COLLINS: "Who was it?" COMEY: "A close friend who is a professor at Columbia law school." COLLINS: "Thank you." (James Comey, Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence, U.S. Senate, Hearing , 06/08/17)

Comey Relied On Information He Seemed To Know Was Unreliable As A Basis For Closing the FBI Investigation Into Hillary Clinton

In July 2016, Comey Declared The FBI Was Closing Its Investigation Into The Clinton Email Server And That "No Reasonable Prosecutor Would Bring Such A Case." COMEY: "Although there is evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case. Prosecutors necessarily weigh a number of factors before bringing charges. There are obvious considerations, like the strength of the evidence, especially regarding intent. Responsible decisions also consider the context of a person's actions, and how similar situations have been handled in the past." (James Comey, Remarks On The Investigation Of Secretary Hillary Clinton's Use Of A Personal E-Mail System , Washington D.C., 07/05/16)
Comey Admitted His Press Conference Was Unusual Because He Had Not Coordinated Or Reviewed His Statement "In Any Way" With The Department Of Justice Or Any Other Part Of Government. COMEY: "This will be an unusual statement in at least a couple ways. First, I am going to include more detail about our process than I ordinarily would, because I think the American people deserve those details in a case of intense public interest. Second, I have not coordinated or reviewed this statement in any way with the Department of Justice or any other part of the government." (James Comey, Remarks On The Investigation Of Secretary Hillary Clinton's Use Of A Personal E-Mail System , Washington D.C., 07/05/16)
During The 2016 Presidential Primary Season, The FBI Received A Russian Intelligence Document Claiming There Existed A Tacit Understanding Between The Clinton Campaign And The Justice Department. " In The midst of the 2016 presidential primary season, the FBI received what was described as a Russian intelligence document claiming a tacit understanding between the Clinton campaign and the Justice Department over the inquiry into whether she intentionally revealed classified information through her use of a private email server." (Karoun Demirjian, and Devlin Barrett, "How A Dubious Russian Document Influenced The FBI's Handling Of The Clinton Probe," The Washington Post , 05/24/17)
On May 24, 2017, The Washington Post Reported That Document Possessed Played A Key Role In Comey's Handling Of The Hillary Clinton Investigation Despite Being Viewed As "Unreliable And Possibly A Fake." "A secret document that officials say played a key role in then-FBI Director James B. Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation has long been viewed within the FBI as unreliable and possibly a fake, according to people familiar with its contents." (Karoun Demirjian, and Devlin Barrett, "How A Dubious Russian Document Influenced The FBI's Handling Of The Clinton Probe," The Washington Post , 05/24/17)
The Washington Post Reported "From The Moment The Bureau Received The Document," Its Veracity Was Debated At The FBI. "From the moment the bureau received the document from a source in early March 2016, its veracity was the subject of an internal debate at the FBI." (Karoun Demirjian, and Devlin Barrett, "How A Dubious Russian Document Influenced The FBI's Handling Of The Clinton Probe, The Washington Post , 05/24/17)
Even "According To The FBI's Own Assessment, The Document Was Bad Intelligence," And By August, "The FBI Had Concluded It Was Unreliable." "But according to the FBI's own assessment, the document was bad intelligence - and according to people familiar with its contents, possibly even a fake sent to confuse the bureau. The Americans mentioned in the Russian document insist they do not know each other, do not speak to each other and never had any conversations remotely like the ones described in the document. Investigators have long doubted its veracity, and by August the FBI had concluded it was unreliable." (Karoun Demirjian, and Devlin Barrett, "How A Dubious Russian Document Influenced The FBI's Handling Of The Clinton Probe, The Washington Post , 05/24/17)
CNN Reported That Comey And FBI Officials "Knew Early On That This Intelligence Was Indeed False." "US officials now tell CNN that Comey and FBI officials actually knew early on that this intelligence was indeed false." (Dana Bash, Shimon Prokupecz, and Gloria Borger, "Sources: Comey Acted On Russian Intelligence He Knew Was Fake," CNN , 05/26/17)
Comey Felt It "Didn't Matter If The Information Was Accurate Or Not" And That Comey Cited The Intelligence In At Least One Classified Session As The Primary Reason He Publicly Announced The End Of The Clinton Probe. "Still, Comey did not let on to lawmakers that there were doubts about the veracity of the intelligence, according to sources familiar with the briefings. It is unclear why Comey was not more forthcoming in a classified setting. Sources close to Comey tell CNN he felt that it didn't matter if the information was accurate, because his big fear was that if the Russians released the information publicly, there would be no way for law enforcement and intelligence officials to discredit it without burning intelligence sources and methods. There were other factors behind Comey's decision, sources say. In at least one classified session, Comey cited that intelligence as the primary reason he took the unusual step of publicly announcing the end of the Clinton email probe." (Dana Bash, Shimon Prokupecz, and Gloria Borger, "Sources: Comey Acted On Russian Intelligence He Knew Was Fake," CNN , 05/26/17)

In A Violation Of DOJ Protocol, Director Comey Publicly Announced An Investigation Into New Clinton Emails Immediately Before The Election, Despite Possessing The "New Emails" For At Least Three Weeks

FBI Director James Comey Sent A Letter To Congress On October 28, 2016, Saying The Bureau Was Investigating Additional Emails Relevant To The Hillary Clinton Email Case. "On Friday, FBI Director James B. Comey sent a letter to Congress saying the bureau is investigating additional emails that appear relevant to the Hillary Clinton email case. Soon after, he sent a note to his employees explaining his decision." (Sari Horwitz, "Read The Letter Comey Sent To FBI Employees Explaining His Controversial Decision On The Clinton Email Investigation," The New York Times , 10/28/16)
On January 30, 2017, The Washington Post Reported That The Justice Department's Inspector General, Michael Horowitz Was Questioning Why FBI No. 2 Andrew McCabe Appeared "Not To Act For About Three Weeks" On A Request To Examine New Hillary Clinton Emails. "The Justice Department's inspector general has been focused for months on why Andrew McCabe, as the No. 2 official at the FBI, appeared not to act for about three weeks on a request to examine a batch of Hillary Clinton-related emails found in the latter stages of the 2016 election campaign, according to people familiar with the matter." (Devlin Barrett, and Karoun Demirjian, "Internal Justice Department Probe Eyes McCabe's Role In Final Weeks Of 2016 Election," The Washington Post , 01/30/17)
Horowitz Asked Witnesses Why FBI Leadership Seemed Unwilling To Move Forward Until Late October, "Three Weeks After First Being Alerted To The Issue. " "The inspector general, Michael E. Horowitz, has been asking witnesses why FBI leadership seemed unwilling to move forward on the examination of emails found on the laptop of former congressman Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) until late October - about three weeks after first being alerted to the issue, according to these people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the sensitive matter." (Devlin Barrett, and Karoun Demirjian, "Internal Justice Department Probe Eyes McCabe's Role In Final Weeks Of 2016 Election," The Washington Post , 01/30/17)
The Justice Department Strongly Discouraged Comey From Sending His Letter To Congress Saying It Would Be A Break With "Longstanding Policy" Of Not Discussing Current Criminal Investigations. "The day before the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, sent a letter to Congress announcing that new evidence had been discovered that might be related to the completed Hillary Clinton email investigation, the Justice Department strongly discouraged the step and told him that he would be breaking with longstanding policy, three law enforcement officials said on Saturday. Senior Justice Department officials did not move to stop him from sending the letter, officials said, but they did everything short of it, pointing to policies against talking about current criminal investigations or being seen as meddling in elections." (Matt Apuzzo, Adam Goldman, Michael Schmidt, and William Rashbaum, "Justice Dept. Strongly Discouraged Comey On Move In Clinton Email Case," The New York Times , 10/29/16)
When Attorney General Loretta Lynch Was Told Of Comey's Plan To Reopen The Investigation, She Was Both "Stunned And Confused." "That afternoon, Mr. Comey's chief of staff called the office of Ms. Yates, the deputy attorney general, and revealed the plan. When Ms. Lynch was told, she was both stunned and confused. While the Justice Department's rules on 'election year sensitivities' do not expressly forbid making comments close to an election, administrations of both parties have interpreted them as a broad prohibition against anything that may influence a political outcome." (Matt Apuzzo, Michael Schmidt, Adam Goldman, and Eric Lichtblau, "Comey Tried To Shield The F.B.I. From Politics. Then He Shaped An Election," The New York Times , 04/22/17)

Despite Obvious Indications It Was Unreliable, FBI Director James Comey Informed President Trump About Information Contained In The Fusion GPS Dossier, Giving It False Credibility And Momentum

On Friday January 6, 2017, Comey Informed President Trump Of The Existence Of Unverified Allegations Made Against Him Concerning Ties To Russia In 35 Pages Of Memos Prepared By A Former British Spy. "President-elect Donald Trump was informed about the existence of the unverified allegations against him about Russian ties after last Friday's Intel briefing at Trump Tower on alleged Russian hacking, U.S. officials told NBC News. A senior U.S. official said that it was FBI Director James Comey himself who pulled Trump aside after the briefing and spoke with him one-on-one about the so-called 'dossier,' 35 pages of memos prepared by a former British spy for an anti-Trump client prior to last year's election." (Shawn Thew, "FBI's Comey Told Trump About Russia Dossier After Intel Briefing," NBC News , 01/12/17)
On January 10, 2017 BuzzFeed Publicized The Dossier Calling It "Explosive," "Unverified," And "Potentially Unverifiable." "A dossier making explosive - but unverified - allegations that the Russian government has been 'cultivating, supporting and assisting' President-elect Donald Trump for years and gained compromising information about him has been circulating among elected officials, intelligence agents, and journalists for weeks. The dossier, which is a collection of memos written over a period of months, includes specific, unverified, and potentially unverifiable allegations of contact between Trump aides and Russian operatives, and graphic claims of sexual acts documented by the Russians. BuzzFeed News reporters in the US and Europe have been investigating various alleged facts in the dossier but have not verified or falsified them. CNN reported Tuesday that a two-page synopsis of the report was given to President Obama and Trump. Now BuzzFeed News is publishing the full document so that Americans can make up their own minds about allegations about the president-elect that have circulated at the highest levels of the US government." (Ken Bensinger, Miriam Elder, Mark Schoofs, "These Reports Allege Trump Has Deep Ties To Russia," BuzzFeed News , 01/10/17)
BuzzFeed Editor-In-Chief Ben Smith Justified The Publication Because Of The Weight Law Enforcement And Intelligence Officials Placed On The Document, "Noting That The FBI Briefed President Trump Himself On The Matter." "BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith defended the website on Wednesday against allegations that it published a controversial opposition research dossier claiming ties between the Trump campaign and Russia out of partisan favoritism. In a combative interview with Fox News's Tucker Carlson, Smith said that BuzzFeed made the call to publish the dossier because of the reported weight law enforcement and intelligence officials placed on the document, noting that the FBI briefed President Trump himself on the matter." (Ken Bensinger, Miriam Elder, Mark Schoofs, "These Reports Allege Trump Has Deep Ties To Russia," BuzzFeed News , 01/10/17)
Fusion GPS Co-Founder Glenn Simpson Later Testified That The Steele Dossier Had Been Produced For The Democratic National Committee. FUSION GPS CO-FOUNDER GLENN SIMPSON: "It's been a busy time. Okay. Okay. I'm sorry if I'm not giving you a clear answer. I knew it was the DNC that we were working for." REP. TREY GOWDY (R-SC): "Okay. How did you know it was the DNC?" SIMPSON: "I honestly don't -- I couldn't tell you if someone specifically said, this is for the DNC." GOWDY: "Well, how else would you know it was for the DNC? Did you read it?" SIMPSON: "As I'm trying to explain, I know -- I've been in Washington for a long time, and Perkins Coie represents the DNC." GOWDY: "So you knew it by habit and custom?" SIMPSON: "I'm -- yes." (Glenn Simpson, Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence Interview Of Glenn Simpson, U.S. House Of Representatives , 11/14/17, p. 20)
  • Simpson Testified That Fusion GPS Was Paid $50,000 A Month To Compile Research Candidate Trump By The Democratic National Committee. REP. GOWDY (R-SC): "What was the budget for you to enjoy the freedom to pursue the lines of inquiry you wanted to pursue?" MR. SIMPSON: "I don't remember being given a specific expenses budget. I think the fees were $50,000 a month." REP. GOWDY (R-SC): "Flat fee, $50,000 a month?" MR. SIMPSON: "That's right. REP. GOWDY" (R-SC): "Plus expenses, minus expenses?" MR. SIMPSON: Plus expenses, yes. (Glenn Simpson, Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence Interview Of Glenn Simpson, U.S. House Of Representatives , 11/14/17, p. 22)

Despite Being Given A Detailed Memorandum The Day Of Sessions' Recusal, FBI Director Comey Wrongly Testified He Had No Outline Concerning The Parameters Of AG Sessions' Recusal From The Russia Investigation

On March 2, 2017, Trump Administration Attorney General Jeff Sessions Recused Himself From Any Investigations Of The Trump Campaign Due To His Involvement Within The Campaign. "Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Thursday that he will recuse himself from investigations related to the 2016 presidential campaign, which would include any Russian interference in the electoral process. Speaking at a hastily called news conference at the Justice Department, Sessions said he was following the recommendation of department ethics officials after an evaluation of the rules and cases in which he might have a conflict. 'They said that since I had involvement with the campaign, I should not be involved in any campaign investigation,' Sessions said. He added that he concurred with their assessment and would thus recuse himself from any existing or future investigation involving President Trump's 2016 campaign." (Karoun Demirjian, Ed O'Keefe, Sari Horwitz, and Matt Zapotosky, "Attorney General Jeff Sessions Will Recuse Himself From Any Probe Related To 2016 Presidential Campaign," The Washington Post , 03/02/17)
On June 8, 2017, Comey Testified That Neither The Attorney General Nor The Department Of Justice Had "Outlined The Parameters" Of The Attorney General's Recusal From The Russia Investigation . SEN. KAMALA HARRIS (D-CA): "... OK. So was there any kind of memorandum issued from the attorney general or the Department of Justice to the FBI, outlining the parameters of his recusal?" FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY: "Not that I'm aware of." HARRIS: "And do you know if he reviewed any FBI or DOJ documents pertaining to the investigation before he was recused?" COMEY: "I don't. I don't know." HARRIS: "And after he was recused, I'm assuming it's the same answer." COMEY: "Same answer." (James Comey, Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence, U.S. Senate, Hearing , 06/08/17)
On June 8, 2017, The Department Of Justice Released A Statement Replying To Comey's Testimony. " Department of Justice Issues Statement on Testimony of Former FBI Director James ComeyIn response to testimony given today by former FBI Director James Comey, Department of Justice Spokesman Ian Prior issued the following statement." (Press Release, "Statement On Testimony Of Former FBI Director James Comey," U.S. Department Of Justice , 06/08/17)
In The Statement, The Department Of Justice Asserted That The Attorney General's Chief Of Staff Sent An Email On March 2, 2017 "Specifically Informing" FBI Director Comey And Other Department Officials Of The Parameters Of The Attorney General's Recusal. "However, on March 2, 2017, the Attorney General's Chief of Staff sent the attached email specifically informing Mr. Comey and other relevant Department officials of the recusal and its parameters, and advising that each of them instruct their staff 'not to brief the Attorney General *** about, or otherwise involve the Attorney General *** in, any such matters described.'" (Press Release, "Statement On Testimony Of Former FBI Director James Comey," U.S. Department Of Justice , 06/08/17)

Comey's Gross Inaccuracies During Congressional Testimony "Severely Damaged" His Nonpartisan Reputation And Didn't "Help Him On The Competence Front"

Director Comey Told Congress That A Top Aide To Clinton Had "Sent Hundreds Of Thousands Of Emails To Her Husband's Laptop," Which Included Classified Information. "The FBI on Tuesday corrected the sworn testimony of Director James Comey, who last week told Congress that a top aide to Hillary Clinton had sent 'hundreds and thousands' of emails to her husband's laptop, including some with classified information." (Eric Tucker, "FBI Correct Comey Testimony On Clinton Aide Huma Abedin," The Associated Press , 05/10/17)
  • In Fact, Only A "Small Number" Of Emails Were Sent To The Laptop. "In fact, the FBI said in a two-page letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, only 'a small number' of the thousands of emails found on the laptop had been forwarded there [to the laptop] while most had simply been backed up from electronic devices." (Eric Tucker, "FBI Correct Comey Testimony On Clinton Aide Huma Abedin," The Associated Press , 05/10/17)
  • Of The Emails Sent To Her Husband, Anthony Weiner, "Only Two Email Chains Contained Classified Information." "However, only a 'small number' of the emails were forwarded by Abedin, the letter said, even though she 'commonly forwarded emails to others who would print documents for her.' Of those forwarded to Weiner, only two email chains contained classified information." (Jessica Estepa, "FBI: Director Comey's Testimony On Clinton Aide Was Inaccurate," USA Today , 05/09/17)
Comey's Misstatements Were "Key To Comey's Testimony, In That He Used Them To Defend His Decision To Disclose The New Clinton Emails" And Were Cited As "Proof Of The Seriousness Of The Email Discovery And The Need To Say Something." "To be clear, these weren't just small details that emerged from Comey's testimony on Wednesday; they were the headline for many new outlets that covered Comey's visit to the Senate Judiciary Committee, including The Post. They were also key to Comey's testimony, in that he used them to defend his decision to disclose the new Clinton emails just 11 days before Election Day. Facing questions from Democrats about why he did what he did, Comey cited these facts as proof of the seriousness of the email discovery and the need to say something." (Aaron Blake, "James Comey Just Stepped In It, Big Time," The Washington Post , 05/09/17)
Comey's Reputation As Nonpartisan Was "Severely Damaged." "Besides severely damaging Comey's nonpartisan reputation, here's why the number of emails of Weiner's computer matters: It risks undercutting the FBI's entire reason for notifying Congress 11 days before the election that it had found new information regarding its criminal probe of Clinton." (Amber Philips, "Why Does It Matter How Many Clinton Emails Were On Anthony Weiner's Computer?" The Washington Post , 05/09/17)
Getting Details "Of Such Import" Wrong During His Testimony "Doesn't Help Him On The Competence Front." "Getting details of such import wrong in his [Comey] much-watched testimony to Congress certainly doesn't help him on the competence front; indeed, it's difficult to see how he could get them so wrong." (Aaron Blake, "James Comey Just Stepped In It, Big Time," The Washington Post , 05/09/17)

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