A top House Republican alleges rogue FBI agents may have “edited and changed” crucial witness reports and misled the Inspector General’s office with “false information.”

Freedom Caucus Chair Representative Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) disclosed the latest news in this developing scandal earlier today on Fox & Friends. (Fox News)

 The House Judiciary and Oversight committees were questioning Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz over his bombshell report into FBI and DOJ misconduct during the Hillary Clinton email probe.

“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.”

So-called “302s” are reports on witness interviews compiled by federal investigators. Horowitz said later he has additional information suggesting that the witness reports were changed after-the-fact in both the Clinton and Russia probes — a particularly alarming possibility given the IG report’s findings of bias in those investigations.

Horowitz suggested that the IG is reviewing information concerning modified 302s, saying his office intended to “follow up” on the matter.

Meadows also accused the FBI of misleading the IG’s office in an attempt to conceal the identities of specific agents caught sending anti-Trump messages.

Read more at American Action News 

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