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Peter Strzok’s abrupt removal from his FBI office this week signaled that the Justice Department inspector general's work is already leading to consequences for bureau officials ensnared in various probes -- with potentially more repercussions to come. Strzok, who worked on both the Clinton email and Russia probes, was escorted from the FBI on Tuesday, following a referral for further investigation from DOJ IG Michael Horowitz. The watchdog, as part of his Clinton case review, found that Strzok and four other FBI employees sent “hostile” anti-Trump messages on bureau devices. The FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility is expected to further investigate the findings against the five FBI employees. Full story

21 June