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Another interesting claim about Petraeus and Broadwell

posted at 10:13 am on November 10, 2012 by

Ed’s got a smart post that asks several good questions coming up on the main page in a few hours, and I want to be careful not to preempt it. So let me present this without comment and ask you to bear it in mind when reading his:

Update: Little bit more from Fox News:

The [FBI] was alerted that biographer Paula Broadwell, with whom Petraeus had the affair, may have had access to his personal email account.

The investigation began when someone reported suspicious emails allegedly from Broadwell to the FBI. The agency then determined that she allegedly had emailed a number of government employees. The FBI was at one point trying to determine whether any of the employees were being stalked, sources told Fox News…

Source said the FBI investigation ended when the agency determined no criminal acts had been committed.

The only way she could have had access to his personal e-mail account without committing a criminal act is if he had let her access it, no? Talk about a lapse in judgment. And why was she sending weird e-mails to other government employees? Did she suspect him of having other affairs? Or did she feel scorned and started badmouthing him to his confidants as retaliation?

Update: Wow:

Petraeus himself was so alarmed by her behavior that he dropped a dime on her?

Update: Now I’m really confused:

At some point after Petraeus was sworn in as CIA director on Sept. 6, 2011, the woman broke up with him. However, Petraeus continued to pursue her, sending her thousands of emails over the last several months, raising even more questions about his judgment.

If Petraeus was the one pursuing her, why was the FBI investigating her for possible stalking of other government employees?

What an unbelievable mess.

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