Lied To FBI : James A. Wolfe

Lied To FBI : James A. Wolfe

Earlier Thursday, the New York Times revealed that federal investigators had seized years’ worth of email and phone records relating to one of its reporters, Ali Watkins. She previously had a three-year romantic relationship with Wolfe, the Times reported, adding that the records covered a period of time before she joined the paper.

Wolfe allegedly admitted to FBI agents in 2017 that he lied to them about his relationship with a reporter identified in court papers as “REPORTER #2” after he was shown photos of the two of them together. But he maintained that he did not share any classified information or news leads.

James A. Wolfe, former Senate Intel panel security director, indicted for allegedly lying to FBI .

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Liars, twisters of facts, creators of accusations based upon mock-up lies should be pursued with a vengance!

Especially, notably and directly at those in positions of power.

Otherwise, the corruption of government will up-end everyone’s lives.

Such is the cancer of lying.

The judges must make a thorough investigation, and if the witness proves to be a liar, giving false testimony against his brother, then do to him as he intended to do to his brother.

You must purge the evil from among you. The rest of the people will hear of this and be afraid, and never again will such an evil thing be done among you.

Show no pity: life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot. (Deuteronomy 19:18-21)

Opinion Unto Righteousness / Proverbs 18:2 / Timothy Williams
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Friday, June 8, 2018 2:09 AM


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(—Wolfe allegedly called “REPORTER #2” nearly a half-hour after the story went live and had a phone conversation for about seven minutes.

In December 2017, Wolfe allegedly messaged “REPORTER #2.”

“I’ve watched your career take off even before you ever had a career in journalism. … I always tried to give you as much Information (sic) that I could and to do the right thing with it so you could get that scoop before anyone else. … I always enjoyed the way that you would pursue a story,like nobody else was doing in my hal1way (sic). I felt like I was part of your excitement and was always very supportive of your career and the tenacity that you exhibited to chase down a good story,” the message read, according to the indictment.

Watkins worked previously for BuzzFeed, Politico and McClatchy.

The Wall Street Journal, citing an unnamed source, reported that Watkins disclosed the relationship when she joined The Times.