Peter Kadzik, in charge of the DOJ's probe into Huma Abedin's emals, was an attorney for Marc Rich when he was pardoned by Bill Clinton.


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Comment by truth on November 1, 2016 at 5:08pm

An FBI Twitter account that had been dormant for over a year puzzled political observers on Tuesday by sending out a tweet linking to records from a long-closed case involving what was then known as the William J. Clinton Foundation.

William J. Clinton Foundation: This initial release consists of material from the FBI's files related to the Will...

— FBI Records Vault (@FBIRecordsVault) November 1, 2016

An FBI list of documents recently added to the public vault states that this material, which related to former President Bill Clinton’s pardoning of Marc Rich, an international commodities trader indicted on tax evasion charges, was released on October 31. NBC's Pete Williams reported that the documents were the subject of a Freedom of Information Act request and were released “under normal guidelines”:

NBC News: The release of WJC FBI files was sent by the FOIA office under normal guidelines. A proper requested was made -Pete Williams rpts.

— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) November 1, 2016

Yet the timing of the tweet struck many as odd,

Comment by truth on November 1, 2016 at 3:21pm
Kadzik testifying before congress (


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