Bruce Ohr, Peter Strzok, and Andrew McCabe have worked together since 1996-97
From left to right: Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Bruce and Nellie Ohr
Bruce Ohr and Andrew McCabe started working together in 1996. They were in the same Organized Crime and Racketeering unit in Manhattan. They were going after the Russian mob.
They worked together until McCabe was fired in March.
Up until Dec. 6th, only three persons held a higher position at the Justice Department than Bruce Ohr. As Associate Deputy Attorney General, Ohr's office was four doors from Rod Rosenstein, Deputy Attorney General.
From 1991 to 1999, Bruce Ohr was an Assistant United States Attorney in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York. He became Chief of the Violent Gangs Unit in that office from 1998 to 1999.
The Justice Department prosecutes federal crimes.
The source is the Justice Department's U.S. Attorneys' Bulletin called the "International Organized Crime" dated Sept. 2003, Volume 51, Number Five:
Andrew McCabe started working for the FBI in 1996 as a "Street Agent" in New York City. He became a Supervisor.
The FBI investigates crimes and makes arrests.
Four of five sources of McCabe's work history are FBI press releases:
Peter Strzok was promoted in 1997 to head a new FBI/CIA Counterespionage Unit. From then on, Strzok worked with Ohr and McCabe until "Andy" was fired in March.
Strzok was working for the Secret Secret at the time of his promotion.
Strzok was fired two weeks ago.
The FBI was sued in 2000 by Eric Croddy and 15 others in case 1:00-cv-00651-EGS CRODDY, et al v. FBI, et al. Some applicants like Croddy were told they failed the lie detector test because Strzok said they lied. The suit was to get money damages for defaming their character.
The case establishes the date Strzok starting working for the CIA and FBI at the same time.
Peter Strzok's work history is here:
Nellie Ohr (right), holding on to her husband, Bruce. James Goldgeier, a Professor at American University is to the far left.
Nellie Ohr worked for Open Source Works.
It is verified on Page 30 of a Justice Department report dated June 2010 called "Expert Working Group Report on International Organized Crime" by John T. Picarelli, a professor at American University linked here:
Open Source is a position within the CIA, according to the CIA's website linked here:
Open Source Works specializes in creating phony internet profiles that are untraceable. For instance, the company would hire hackers as contractors to target a computer network. They could make the hack look like the Russians did it.
Mrs. Ohr also worked for Fusion GPS as an "Analyst Content Creator".
Fusion GPS sold the "Russian dossier", a collection of interviews, to the Hillary Clinton Campaign for President, the FBI, and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
Here is Nellie Ohr's work history:
- Accenture iDefense, Principal, March 2017
- VeriSign iDefense, Cyber Threat Intelligence Researcher, Dec. 2016 to Feb. 2017
- Fusion GPS, Analyst Content Creator, March 2016 to Dec. 2016
- Miklos Systems, Senior Analyst, March 2015 to Dec. 2015
- Plessas Experts Network Creator, Oct. 2013 to Jan. 2015
- Open Source Works, Senior Analyst, Sept. 2008 to Sept. 2014
- MITRE Corporation, Russian Linguist Analyst, Jan. 2000 to Dec. 2008
- Vassar College, Assistant Professor, History, Jan. 1990 to Dec. 1998