Bruce Ohr resigned one day before he would have been fired.
Bruce Ohr, a longtime Justice Department veteran who was harshly criticized by the DOJ's watchdog for concealing his discussions with British ex-spy Christopher Steele from his superiors during the Trump-Russia investigation, resigned last month ahead of an impending disciplinary review decision.
"Bruce Ohr retired from the Department of Justice on September 30, 2020. As such, he is no longer an employee of the Department," DOJ spokesperson Kerri Kupec told the Washington Examiner on Wednesday. "Mr. Ohr retired after his counsel was informed that a final decision on a disciplinary review being conducted by senior career officials was imminent."
Catherine Herridge of CBS News had tweeted Wednesday that "a person familiar with the matter tells CBS News that... he resigned the day before he was going to be terminated by DOJ over his conduct cited in IG Horowitz report." --quoted at AOSHQ
Deny his pension. Let him sue. Drag it out as long as Barr's been dragging out Crossfire Hurricane investigation--or longer. Let the guy starve like Gen. Mike Flynn.
Next should be his wife Nellie, who compromised national security with her activities with Steele.