Why the FBI is investigating the FBI’s gun-trafficking investigation

The FBI’s criminal investigation of gun trafficking is ramping up as it looks to determine whether former FBI Director James Comey mishandled the bureau’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.

The FBI’s probe of the Clinton email probe, which led to Comey’s dismissal, has taken on new urgency after the Justice Department announced Thursday that it would investigate whether the former FBI chief and former acting attorney general violated federal law when he refused to inform Congress in 2015 about the FBI investigation into Clinton’s email practices.

Comey’s ouster by President Donald Trump came after the bureau revealed in October that it had reopened an investigation into whether Clinton and her aides violated federal laws regarding foreign bribery and corruption, which would have brought her to the same level as former President Richard Nixon in terms of criminal prosecution.

The bureau said it was also investigating whether Comey, in his role as acting director, broke any federal law in his handling of the investigation into the emails.

Comey, who was fired by Trump last week, has not been charged.

The DOJ is also investigating the possible misuse of federal funds to pay for the Clinton-related defense, according to a source familiar with the investigation.

The source did not identify the source.

Comeys lawyers have denied that he obstructed justice by refusing to tell Congress.

But, in a letter sent to Congress last week after Trump fired Comey, Trump’s attorneys said they had found no evidence of obstruction of justice and said there was no evidence Comey lied about the existence of the FBI probe.

The probe into the Clinton emails was led by the FBI and conducted by the bureau and its partners at the Justice and Treasury Departments.

How to use the gun-tracking API to track your gun, according to Ars Technica

A gun-tracing app can be very handy, especially if you are not able to see your gun’s serial number or its serial number plate.

However, this functionality does not apply to the internet.

According to Ars, a website called Google’s Gun Tracker API is able to help you find your gun online.

The API can help you to track a weapon in the US and around the world, and it can also help you track the weapon in your local area. 

Google’s GunTracker API, however, can not track a firearm.

Google’s API is available only to a Google account.

It does not require a username and password, and Google says it will only log information about the user and the site. 

In addition, the API only allows you to see information about a firearm, not its serial numbers. 

It is possible to use Google’s gun tracking API to search for your firearm, and this is a handy feature.

The Google’s website does not list any specific firearms, and the API does not provide the location of a firearm or its registration information.

If you are searching for a firearm online, you can also access a list of local businesses that have gun owners or owners of firearms.

Google offers the following guidance for searching for your gun: Google has provided this guide in English only.

Google has not provided a translation for this guide.

FBI to ‘review’ Internet Firearms Database

FBI Director James Comey announced Monday that the bureau will review its database of firearms ownership, which is used by the FBI to help investigate domestic and international gun violence.

The review, to be conducted by a team led by former federal prosecutor John Carlin, will look at the database and its use, Comey said in a statement.

The FBI began collecting firearms from a database in 2002.

The database includes information about firearms that the FBI obtained through a court order.

“The FBI has never had a database that includes the types of information in the Internet Firearms database that we have,” Comey said.

The bureau plans to review the database annually and report back to Congress.

The Internet Firearms is one of two databases the bureau maintains for firearms, along with the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.

The other database is called the National Criminal Information Center, or NCIC.

The NCIC records guns owned by licensed dealers and private citizens, and the FBI is responsible for making sure those records are accurate and up to date.

The online database is currently operated by a private company called the California Department of Justice, which sells the information to the FBI.

In the past, the FBI has used NCIC data to investigate and prosecute felons and fugitives.

A federal judge last year ordered the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security to scrap its use of the NCIC database because of the potential for inaccurate records.

The National Firearms Act requires the FBI, through the bureau’s division of criminal justice, to keep records that are accurate, complete, and up-to-date.