James Comey’s ‘Friend’ Who Leaked FBI Memos Now Claims To Be His Lawyer

This is basically a legal trick on Comey’s behalf. By claiming his friend is his lawyer, their communications are now protected by attorney-client privilege. Ain’t the swamp grand?

The Federalist reported:

Comey ‘Friend’ Who Leaked FBI Memos Now Claims To Be His Attorney

A friend of former FBI director James Comey who leaked sensitive FBI memos to The New York Times in the wake of Comey’s firing in 2017 now claims to be Comey’s personal attorney. Daniel Richman, a law professor at Columbia University, told The Federalist via phone on Tuesday afternoon that he was now personally representing Comey.

The revelation comes in the wake of news that Comey was interviewed by the special counsel’s office last year. According to The New York Times, the line of questioning from the office of special counsel Robert Mueller focused on memos that Comey wrote and later leaked after he was fired from his job by President Donald Trump. A review of FBI policies governing the handling of sensitive government documents suggests Comey violated FBI policy by leaking the memos, which were produced on government time, using government equipment, and directly related to his official government responsibilities, according to Comey’s own testimony before Congress…

Despite being given multiple opportunities to do so, Comey never characterized Richman as his attorney, nor did he suggest that his directions to Richman to leak the memos to the media were privileged attorney-client communications.

Have you noticed that all of these swamp creatures are connected and cover each other’s backs?

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