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BREAKING: Experts Predict Missing FBI Texts Could End Mueller’s Witch Hunt

The DOJ just revealed that the FBI “failed to preserve” five months worth of anti-Trump text messages exchanged between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

How convenient!

But according to legal experts, it may not be so great for Mueller as both Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were members of his team, which would give the president’s legal team a basis to file for a motion to dismiss, citing prosecutorial misconduct.
That’s according to Law & Crime, which said the 5 months of text messages that were released are enough to support existing concerns among Trump supporters that the Mueller investigation is “a politically-motivated scheme.”

The text messages between Strzok and Page, who were having an extramarital affair, suggested that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch knew there’d be no charges filed against Clinton before the investigation into her use of a private server ended and spoke of “pressure” to wrap up the probe after Trump secured the GOP nomination.

Their exchanges “showed a potential Justice Department bias towards Hillary Clinton,” Law & Crime noted.

A reality that will not escape President Trump’s lawyers.

“The fact that now nearly half a year’s worth of text messages between Strzok and Page during the time leading up to Robert Mueller‘s appointment as Special Counsel weren’t preserved by the Justice Department will surely fuel motions from Team Trump’s lawyers against the investigation,” wrote Rachel Stockman and Ronn Blitzer.

They said former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, who sued the DOJ after being indicted by Mueller, will “jump all over this.”

Strzok headed up the Manafort investigation before being dismissed from the Mueller team, according to the legal news site.

“Throw in this evidence that the investigation may have been tainted before Mueller even took over,” Stockman and Blitzer said, “and that the DOJ could be covering up damaging information, and a motion to dismiss alleging prosecutorial misconduct is a near certainty.”

 Although, getting the entire indictment dismissed would be difficult.

“Though it doesn’t look good and will only further embolden conspiracy theorists I don’t see how this could be used to attack any charges already filed or future charges,” former federal prosecutor Henry E. Hockeimer told Law&Crime.

“A judge will focus on whether clear evidence supports the charges in response to a motion to dismiss. 

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