Retired FBI Agent Goes After Comey In Powerful Challenge

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Recently retired FBI agent Cesar Paz started posting a series of videos Thursday, saying it’s time to speak up about the presidential election.

Paz said in his whole 22-year career as a special agent, “I have never, ever seen a subject of an investigation be treated with ‘white gloves’ the way Hillary Clinton has been.”

He went further: “I have never seen a director of the FBI get in bed with the devil.”   He said the way the Clinton investigation was handled is not the way the FBI handles investigations.

In his next video, Paz referenced the Clinton investigation again, and said bleaching a hard drive, smashing smart phones and not turning in old emails all qualifies as intent.

He challenged FBI Director James Comey to “Turn in your badge!  You should resign.  You, and only you are responsible for tarnishing the reputation of the FBI.”

Watch powerful video below:

From his biography on his Facebook page:

Cesar Paz, Ecuadorian born, is a graduate of the University of Utah, the U.S. Immigration Service (USINS), U.S. Border Patrol Academy (USBP), as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Academy. He has addressed church groups, university audiences, U.S. Ambassadors, foreign government officials and diplomats.

Special assignments as an FBI General Police Instructor have taken him to the far corners of the world to train foreign police. He has participated in international operations and trials involving drug trafficking, money laundering, kidnappings, and terrorism.

His endless experiences of over 22 years range from undercover work infiltrating criminal and terrorist organizations, investigating airline bombing overseas, fighting narco-terrorism in South America, Canada and the Caribbean, to engaging in the war against terrorism in the Middle East.

 

 

 







 

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