by Gregg Re
FBI agents went to James Comey’s house and retrieved as “evidence” a secret, previously unreported memo he drafted the night before the agents arrived, well after he was fired as FBI Director, according to bureau documents released Wednesday in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by the transparency group Judicial Watch.
Additionally, Comey told agents “spontaneously” that, to “the best of his recollection, two [memos] were missing,” according to the documents.
A source familiar with the probe has confirmed to Fox News that the DOJ Inspector General’s office has been reviewing whether Comey’s memos improperly contained classified information, among other matters.
Comey was fired on May 9, 2017, and on the morning of June 7, an FBI evidence log showed that he handed the agents three memos comprised of one or two pages, dated February 14, 2017; March 30, 2017; and April 11, 2017. Comey also provided one four-page memo dated “last night at 6:30 pm.”
In speaking with agents at his house, Comey indicated that the “second page of the memo dated March 30, 2017 had the incorrect banner line classification of SECRET//NOFORN rather than UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO at the top and bottom of the second page.” Read the rest HERE.