Breaking: Fired FBI Andrew McCabe Suddenly Drops Wrongful Termination Case Against DOJ

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Fired Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe suddenly dropped his wrongful termination case on Friday.

This comes after it was announced Thursday that Attorney General Bill Barr announced the John Durham probe is now a criminal investigation.

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Fired Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe suddenly dropped his wrongful termination case on Friday.
This comes after it was announced Thursday that Attorney General Bill Barr announced the John Durham probe is now a criminal investigation.
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Watch the Dominos fall.
 
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Fired Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe suddenly dropped his wrongful termination case on Friday.
This comes after it was announced Thursday that Attorney General Bill Barr announced the John Durham probe is now a criminal investigation.
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Well isn't that interesting. He probably needs a different kind of lawyer now....
 
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Maybe. Days ago there was this story: Judge tells DOJ to file charges against McCabe or end investigation

If McCabe is dropping his wrongful termination suit against the DOJ, it's not unlikely he did it in a quid pro quo agreement in exchange for the FBI not filing charges. If they were about to be charged, would someone drop a suit like that? What's the upside? Using the suit as leverage makes more sense.
 
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Maybe. Days ago there was this story: Judge tells DOJ to file charges against McCabe or end investigation

If McCabe is dropping his wrongful termination suit against the DOJ, it's not unlikely he did it in a quid pro quo agreement in exchange for the FBI not filing charges. If they were about to be charged, would someone drop a suit like that? What's the upside? Using the suit as leverage makes more sense.
Wait one minute here. He dropped his lawsuit. Gee that is not too difficult to figure out. Appears he needs a different kind of lawyer (it's called defense, not offense..lol)
 

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Maybe. Days ago there was this story: Judge tells DOJ to file charges against McCabe or end investigation

If McCabe is dropping his wrongful termination suit against the DOJ, it's not unlikely he did it in a quid pro quo agreement in exchange for the FBI not filing charges. If they were about to be charged, would someone drop a suit like that? What's the upside? Using the suit as leverage makes more sense.
The FBI can't file charges. Only investigate and arrest.
 
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Maybe. Days ago there was this story: Judge tells DOJ to file charges against McCabe or end investigation

If McCabe is dropping his wrongful termination suit against the DOJ, it's not unlikely he did it in a quid pro quo agreement in exchange for the FBI not filing charges. If they were about to be charged, would someone drop a suit like that? What's the upside? Using the suit as leverage makes more sense.
That would explain the wording in the document. It reads as if some DOJ action is also being dismissed, “with prejudice.”
 
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