Strzok May Have Violated Classified Information Rules

Luke Rosiak of The Daily Caller News Foundation reported on Thursday that FBI agent Peter Strzok may have used his cell phone in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF), which is a violation of protecting classified information.

An SCIF is an area within a building that is used to process Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) types of classified information.

Such a breach would be additional evidence that Strzok, who led the FBI’s Hillary Clinton email investigation and interviewed her on July 4th weekend, was compromised in his ability to probe Clinton because it would show a lack of awareness about security breaches, which is what he was tasked to investigate.


The lead up to Strzok’s visit to “Jims SCIF” took place around meetings at the Department of Justice. Strzok said he had meetings at “DoJ at 4 then Baker 430.”

Hours later, Page responds, “Can you and [redacted woman] come up and see me when you are done? Is [redacted woman] with you? Can you please come up here?”

“Walking to see JB. She is still in 4017,” Strzok texted in response at 4:31 p.m.

“We’re in Jims SCIF,” Strzok texted five minutes later.

JB and Jim might refer to Jim Baker, who was at the time the FBI’s general counsel.


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