Skip to comments.FBI reopening probe into Broadwell’s access to classified documents
Posted on 11/14/2012 5:19:28 AM PST by maggief
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Paula Broadwell, the author who allegedly had an affair with former CIA Director David Petraeus, is suspected of storing significant amounts of military documents, including classified material, at her home, potentially in violation of federal law.
A source familiar with case told ABC News that Broadwell admitted to the FBI she took the documents from secure government buildings. The government demanded that they all be given back, and when federal agents descended on her North Carolina home on Monday night it was a pre-arranged meeting.
Prosecutors are now determining whether to charge Broadwell with a crime, and this morning the FBI and military are poring over the material.
The 40-year-old author,... is cooperating and the case, which is complicated by the fact that as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Military Reserve she had security clearance to review the documents.
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A little smoke and mirrors going on here:
“...The FBI found classified material on a computer voluntarily handed over by Broadwell earlier in the investigation. ....”
Key word above is earlier. When was that? October 21? Wasn’t she cleared? Do we know where that computer was kept? I may have missed it, but has anyone stated classified info was found at her home computer?
Nothing is to be taken at face value.
1) Only the POTUS can authorize a CBA (cross border authority) command for a rescue mission in a foreign nation.
Plus Fact Two:
2) No rescue mission was attempted.
Equals Fact Three:
3) 0bama turned his back on 41 State Dept. and CIA employees refusing to issue a CBA command and went to bed so he could go to Las Vegas the next day.
Something to e-mail to every talking head, every Senator and every House rep.
Don’t forget that Susan Rice, she of the “It’s all about the video” world tour, was Sandy Berger’s aide back when Bill Clinton bombed the aspirin factory in Sudan.
OMG! I did not know that!
Please add me to the Benghazi ping list. Thanks
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