Peter Strzok drank that dirty water
Disgraced, fired FBI agent Peter Strzok worked in the Boston office of the Famous But Incompetent agency.
Why am I not surprised?
The most corrupt G-man in American history getting his start in the most corrupt outpost of the squalid agency – it makes perfect sense.
So why won’t the FBI admit Strzok’s impeccable pedigree? I asked the FBI to confirm his years in the Boston crime school and got back this terse response:
“The FBI does not comment on personnel matters.”
But it’s true, and of all the horrible, slimy, sleaziest agents to come out of Boston, Strzok may be the worst. The others just wanted to take bribes and booze from gangsters, and maybe kill one or two “rats” who crossed their underworld paymasters.
Strzok, on the other hand wanted an “insurance policy” to fix the 2016 presidential election, even though he knew that when he came to crimes by Donald Trump, “there is no there there.”
Right now, the crooked Strzok has started a gofundme.com page, which
has raised more than $400,000 from trust-funded leftists in the throes of Trump Derangement Syndrome.
“Peter is a proud husband,” the pitch says, which I’m sure will come as a surprise to his wide-load wife, who he was running around on with his horse-faced gal pal Lisa Page.
Now that we’ve met the proud husband, feel free to call him “Pete,” as the appeal does.
“Pete handled some of the agency’s most important cases, thwarting numerous attacks –“
By cuckolded husbands?
“—by foreign and domestic adversaries.”
Domestic adversaries? The Boston FBI’s leading “domestic adversaries” in the Strzok days were honest cops – mostly the DEA and what was then the relatively clean Mass. State Police.
Yesterday I called the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, the former US attorney for Boston, who knew all of the six or seven FBI agents who were accused in federal court of taking payoffs from gangsters.
Some of them were the agents who framed four innocent men for a murder they did not commit, while taking cash from Stevie Flemmi, whom they refused to arrest for 30 years while he was, by his own account, committing 50 murders in four different states.
Yes, the Boston office was the perfect place to train “Special” Agent Strzok.
My question for Mueller was, after he hired Strzok for his witch hunt, did they ever talk about how the FBI allowed the four innocent men to languish in prison for 35 years?
Mueller’s office declined to comment.
But it makes perfect sense that Mueller would want somebody from the Boston office to handle his frame-up, I mean investigation. Who knows more than railroaded people who didn’t commit a crime than the Boston FBI office, and that includes Mueller?
Just ask former US District Court Judge Nancy Gertner. In 2003, she threatened to cite Mueller for contempt of court for his refusal to turn over exculpatory evidence when the wronged men sued. (She eventually awarded them $107 million.)
“The position the FBI is taking is chilling,” she informed Mueller of his earlier frame up. “This Court is not remotely satisfied.”
Remember what Strzok had to say to his married girlfriend about Trump voters? He called them “ignorant hillbillies.” He said that he could “smell” them in the local Walmart.
So I was surprised yesterday when I began researching his years in Massachusetts and discovered that he apparently lived, not in Cambridge or Brookline, but in North Attleboro. Amazing – a snob who lived in North Attleboro.
I emailed his lawyer, and I left a voicemail at a number that may belong to Strzok in the 703 area code. But no one got back to me, which is too bad because there were so many questions I wanted to ask the extinguished G-man about his years in the corrupt FBI office here.
Like, when you first showed up, did the other crooks, I mean feds, show you Zip Connolly’s desk, where he used to throw his paychecks into the bottom drawer unopened in those pre-direct deposit days because he didn’t need them, given the $235,000 cash he took over the years from organized crime?
Do you ever write your fellow “decorated agent” Zip Connolly at the state prison he’s now doing 40 years in in Florida for a gangland hit in south Florida?
Did you ever get to meet special agent H. Paul Rico before he died in prison while awaiting trial on a different gangland hit in Oklahoma?
When you were being trained in the FBI academy in Quantico, did you ever meet the director, John “Vino” Morris, who when he was in the Boston office used to set up FBI informants to be hit by Whitey Bulger, in return for $7000.
Did you ever meet the G-man known as “Agent Orange,” who gave the mob 40 pounds of C4 plastic explosives, some of which they tried to use to blow me up with?
Did you ever cross paths with Agent Sheehan, who supposedly offered a hood a machine gun to take into Mafia headquarters on Prince Street and wipe out the LCN competition of Flemmi and Bulger?
Peter Strzok and the Boston office of the FBI – a marriage made in heaven, unlike his marriage to Mrs. Strzok.