“As of approximately 1 month later, McCabe had failed to execute and return the draft SSS.”
In regard to the Wall Street Journal leak that McCabe had engineered, he let on that he was a victim. He knew nothing about it. This was during a private interview in which his interviewers from FBI Inspection Division (INSD) had him swear an oath. They later drafted a statement for him to sign, an SSS, “signed sworn statement,” viz.
On 05/09/2017, [INSD-Section Chief] and [INSD-SSA1] provided me with a photocopy of a Wall Street Journal article, dated 10/30/2016, and requested I evaluate and assess the content of the first three paragraphs appearing on the last page for accuracy. My assessment of the referenced portion of the article is that it is basically an accurate depiction of an actual telephonic interaction I had with a Department of Justice (DOJ) executive. I do not know the identity of the source of the information contained in the article. Since this event, I have shared the circumstances of this interaction with numerous FBI senior executives and other FBI personnel. I gave no one authority to share any information relative to my interaction with the DOJ executive with any member of the media. I initialed a photocopy of the article, which is attached to my statement as Exhibit Number 5.
However, there was a little problem. The INSD twice emailed McCabe a draft of the signed sworn statement, but he never signed it. “McCabe did not sign the draft SSS and did not communicate with INSD regarding the draft SSS until August 18…”
Stonewalling the FBI.
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