DOJ Records Show Mueller Goons ‘Accidentally Wiped’ 31 Phones Used in Russia Probe

DOJ records show Mueller officials 'accidentally' wiped phones used in Russia probe

Newly released DOJ records show Andrew Weissmann and other Mueller goons boasting that they “accidentally wiped” at least 31 phones used in the anti-Trump Russia probe.

The bombshell documents were exposed thanks to a Judicial Watch FOIA lawsuit.

The phones were all wiped clean after the DOJ IG asked for the devices to be handed over – some phones magically wiped themselves, according to the DOJ.

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: The records show virtually all of Mueller’s lawyers used the same tactic: Put their phones in airplane mode, lock them and then nuke the phones by repeatedly entering the wrong password.

The wrong password must be entered 10 times in a row in order to nuke the phone.

“Employee tried to incorrectly enter password too many times, and the phone was wiped of all data” – one entry shows in the OIG records.

“During out processing conversation… [redacted] indicated she had to wipe her phone because she forgot the password. Her phone had to be wiped to be reset because the passcode provided was inaccurate and the phone was left in airplane mode.” – another entry stated.

Mueller’s “pitbull” Andrew Weissmann wiped two out of three of his Special Counsel phones — he wiped one by ‘accident’ and nuked the other by entering the wrong password too many times.

One phone assigned to James Quarles “wiped itself without intervention from him.”

Attorney Harmeet Dhillon weighed in.

“This is shocking. In private practice, if you had a dozen clients who did this at the same time in response to an internal investigation, you would be preparing for sanctions and hiding under your desk. But these arrogant people think they are above the law. So far, they are,” said Harmeet Dhillon.