EX-FBI AGENT PETER STRZOK’S PRIVATE TESTIMONY TRANSCRIPTS RELEASED
Transcripts of fired former FBI special agent Peter Strzok’s closed-door testimony to congressional investigators last year over DOJ and FBI wrongdoing have been released.
Ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee Doug Collins (R-Ga.) released the 312-page transcript on Thursday.
“Today, https://dougcollins.house.gov/strzok will be available for Americans to review the transcript of Peter Strzok during his interview with the Judiciary Committee,” Collins tweeted.
The release of Strzok’s testimony comes days after the release of former FBI lawyer Lisa Page and DOJ official Bruce Ohr’s transcripts.
“I have thus far released the interview transcripts of two individuals at the heart of the 2016 DOJ investigations controversy,” Colins said on the House floor. “Today, I’m releasing a third. As I’ve said before, I believe the American people deserve transparency and deserve to know what transpired at the highest echelons of the FBI during this tumultuous time for the bureau.”
Page confrimed in her testimony that the Russia investigation against Trump was launched as an “insurance policy” should Hillary Clinton lose the presidential election, and that Strzok entered the investigation intent on impeaching the president.
Read the Peter Strzok transcripts below:
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