Skip to comments.Christine Blasey-Ford Friend In Delaware Was Career FBI Agent (FBI Again!)
Posted on 10/03/2018 4:39:40 AM PDT by Dana1960
In a letter released last night from a former boyfriend of Christine Blasey-Ford, there was a name curiously not redacted. The name of Monica L McLean was revealed as a life-long friend who Ms. Ford helped with polygraph preparation.
The media has begun to focus on the letter as outlining a lie told by Ms. Ford during recent congressional testimony
But the backstory to Ms. Monica Lee McLean is an even bigger story.
(Excerpt) Read more at theconservativetreehouse.com ...
“Uh oh. And Preet Bhahara is in this - SDNY “
*Speaking of Comey and Bhahara, McLean worked under both.
James B. Comey: January 7, 2002 December 15, 2003
David N. Kelley (Interim): December 15, 2003 September 2005
Michael J. Garcia: September 2005 December 1, 2008
Lev L. Dassin (Acting): December 1, 2008 August 13, 2009
Preet Bharara: August 13, 2009 March 11, 2017
*CBF retained McCabe’s attorney, Bromwich, “pro bono”.
Politicizing professional responsibility at JusticeHide
Washington Times, The (DC) (Published as The Washington Times) - February 21, 1994
Edition: 2Section: ACOMMENTARYEDITORIALSPage: A20
It looks like the already fuzzy ethical sensibilities of the Clinton administration are about to get even fuzzier, with the nomination of Michael Bromwich as inspector general of the Justice Department.
Mr. Bromwich, a 40-year-old Harvard lawyer, former U.S. attorney in New York, and Clinton campaign volunteer, is best known for his service on Independent Counsel Lawrence Walsh’s Iran-Contra staff. In his four years there, from 1987 to 1990, he earned a not very pleasant reputation; the terms that come to the minds of those who dealt with him than are “mean,” “acerbic” and “nasty.” He also earned a charge of prosecutorial misconduct from Oliver North’s attorney, Brendan Sullivan. During the North trial, Mr. Sullivan accused Mr. Bromwich of deliberately withholding from Col. North’s defense team the information that some classified documents had been leaked to the radically pro-Sandinista, anti-Reagan administration Christic Institute, and of “incredibly, insist[ing] that the court and the defense treat these already-public documents as classified.” The charge didn’t stick; Judge Gerhard Gesell bought Mr. Bromwich’s argument that he’d simply forgotten to mention the leakage to the defense. But though he didn’t find Mr. Bromwich guilty of misconduct, the judge did chastise him for letting the matter “slip his mind.”
Now, such convenient absentmindedness aside, a mean, nasty and acerbic guy like Mr. Bromwich might seem the ideal candidate for an inspector generalship. The trouble is, Attorney General Janet Reno intends to give the IG’s office under Mr. Bromwich more power than it’s ever had in its five-year existence. The plan is to consolidate the Office of the Inspector General and the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR). OPR is responsible for investigating department attorneys and criminal investigators, while the IG handles other personnel and audits department programs. Since the IG was instituted in 1988, there have been numerous jurisdictional disputes between the two offices; so some “streamlining.” as Justice officials have describe d it, may well be in order.
The question is, why give the IG control over OPR, rather than the other way around? OPR, after all, has traditionally been run by a career employee; in fact, the current one, Michael E. Shaheen Jr., has been in charge for the past 18 years. Is it wise, is it ethical, to hand over all internal investigative powers to a political appointee - who serves at the pleasure of, and frequently focuses on the interests of, the president?
It certainly seems neither wise nor ethical, given the current state of affairs at Justice. The fact is that the department figures prominently in many of the ethical lapses that have been bedeviling this administration. From Travelgate to Whitewatergate to Fostergate, the actions of Justice Department personnel (most notably Associate Attorney General and Hillary law partner Webster Hubbell) need some serious looking into. Can Michael Bromwich be trusted to do that job?
*Kav’s comment, “revenge on behalf of the Clintons”, is beginning to make sense.
There was an interview on FOX of the person who gave her the poly- it was a man, albeit one who looked light in the loafers. It’s on youtube but I didn’t keep the link.
I had to read the article twice as there are so many connections. Great Investigating reporting. Just wonder if GOP knew she lied about polygraph couching by the way questions were asked. Notice also that Ford confirms:
FORD: I believe so. I it sounds right. I was in Rehoboth, Delaware, at the time.
Very Interesting - maybe when she goes to jail she’ll have a cell with “two front doors”.
Yeah, and it looks like they have some serious leverage on Fffffffffflake.
Mark Judge was in Bethany Beach, while Ford was in Rehoboth Beach a mere 13 miles away.
Heck she could have driven the 25 minutes to say hi.
“How many years did she actually work at the FBI?”
Long enough to have retired from the FBI, I believe.
If her poly was fraudulent, she needs to have her pension taken away.
I hope her lies have pissed off enough of her old friends, and negatively impacted their lives so much, that they’ll crucify her.
In both photos, compare the rings on her right hand. It's her.
“Or may AG Sessions is a decent guy who does his job in spite of the bullying he’s taken from detractors”
Now that’s the funniest thing I’ve read this morning, but it is still early!
WOW, that’s quite the leap you took there! Id be surprised if Sessions even knows what is going on.
If this FBI chick was hired by FBI based on scamming a poly,
The question behind the question is why did she need help to pass a lie detector test? What was/is she hiding?
Can you supply a link to a photo with Avenatti where McClean's right hand is shown? The one from CTH does not show her right hand as far as I can tell.
Yes I saw the interview with the polygrapher. It was on Shannon Bream. He said he interviewed Ford re: her statement/story for a long time, and that the actual polygraph consisted on only two questions: 1)Is your story true; and 2)Is your name Ford. He casually suggested that this is always the way it is done. Bream did not press him.
So the "expert" psychologist on passing polygraphs can't pass a real one?
It's the other way around. The dots were connected. Sundance is reporting them.
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
I did not think photo looked like Ford from the get go. Interesting the only photo was a profile. Mitchell kept asking was it recorded.
I bet that photo was sent to Grassely by her ex boyfriend when he sent that letter stating she has coached people for a polygraph. That woman pictured is Monica. LOL
Mitchell tapped this phony in another lie.
Does anyone really think that Ford was a poor duped woman bt the RATs?
She is a complicit activist RAT!
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