A top Republican lawmaker raised eyebrows throughout Washington this week, claiming there was “growing evidence” the FBI “edited and changed” information submitted to the Inspector General to avoid “prosecution.”
Freedom Caucus Representative Mark Meadows made the startling suggestion during his fiery address before Inspector General Michael Horowitz; slamming the bureau’s actions in the lead up to the 2016 race for the White House.
“The other thing that I would ask you to look into, there is growing evidence that 302s were edited and changed,” Meadows told Horowitz. “Those 302s, it is suggested that they were changed to either prosecute or not prosecute individuals. And that is very troubling.”
Meadows is referring to the specific reports on “witness interviews” compiled by FBI agents and submitted to Horowitz for review.
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