WikiLeaks has revealed that Peter Kadzik, the DOJ representative chosen to head the new Clinton email probe, colluded extensively with John Podesta and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
After the FBI’s shocking announcement that they would re-open the probe into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, the Justice Department (DOJ) announced it would dedicate “all needed resources to quickly review” the new emails that had been found. In a letter to Congress, the DOJ wrote that it “will continue to work closely with the FBI and together […] take appropriate steps as expeditiously as possible.” That letter was penned by Assistant Attorney General Peter J. Kadzik. Just a few days ago, WikiLeaks latest releases of emails from Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Chair John Podesta revealed collusion between Kadzik and the Clinton campaign.
In an email titled “Heads Up,” Peter Kadzik, using his personal Gmail account, told Podesta “there is a HJC oversight hearing today where the head of our Civil Division will testify. Likely to get questions on State Department emails. Another filing in the FOIA case went in last night or will go in thi am that indicates it will be awhile (2016) before the State Department posts the emails.” Previous releases from WikiLeaks had also implicated Kadzik. Emails revealed that John Podesta had dinner with one of the highest ranked DOJ officials the day after Hillary Clinton’s controversial Benghazi testimony. That official turned out to be Peter Kadzik. WikiLeaks also revealed that Podesta gave a job in the Clinton campaign to Kadzik’s son. Though these emails prove without a doubt the collusion between Kadzik and Podesta, its doesn’t stop there.
Kadzik and Podesta were classmates at Georgetown Law School in the 1970s and they’ve been friends ever since. Kadzik represented Podesta during the Monica Lewinsky investigation, as Podesta was then-president Bill Clinton’s chief of staff during the scandal. Podesta made false statements to a grand jury and, with Kadzik’s help, was able to blame this perjury on President Clinton, who was acquitted of perjury in 1999. In a 2008 email, Podesta recommended Kadzik for a supportive role in the Obama campaign saying that Kadzik was a “fantastic lawyer” who “kept me out of jail.” In a clear example of quid pro quo, Kadzik lobbied Podesta to get his wealthy client Marc Rich pardoned by Clinton. Rich was a fugitive living in Switzerland, trying to avoid a $48 million tax bill and Clinton pardoned him and his partner during his final days in office. Rich’s wife donated over $1 million to Clinton and other Democrats prior to his pardon, but surely that’s just a coincidence.
Kadzik’s recent behavior also implies he is all, but impartial when it comes to the Clintons. Last month, Kadzik angered Republican congressmen when he declined to say whether Clinton aides who had been granted immunity were required to cooperate with congressional probes. Also, Kadzik had previously denied a request from Republicans to appoint a special counsel to lead the investigation into Clinton emails. With Kadzik at the helm of the newly re-opened Clinton email probe, it seems likely that Kadzik and the DOJ will find “nothing relevant” in the emails found on Anthony Weiner’s personal computer, regardless of what the emails themselves actually contain.
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