Sources within the Department of Justice told Fox News Thursday the DOJ “will not prosecute” former FBI Director James Comey for intentionally leaking presidential memos to the press.
“The Justice Department has decided against prosecuting former FBI Director James Comey for leaking classified information following a referral from the department’s inspector general,” reports Fox News.
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“Everyone at the DOJ involved in the decision said it wasn’t a close call,” one official said. “They all thought this could not be prosecuted.”
“Comey penned memos memorializing his interactions with President Trump in the days leading up to his firing. He then passed those documents to a friend, Columbia University Law Professor Daniel Richman, who gave them to The New York Times. Comey admitted to that arrangement during congressional testimony,” adds Fox.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.