Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Elise Stefanik announced that the FBI will open an investigation into the Schoharie limo crash following her public hearing questions to FBI Director Christopher Wray.
“As the only Member of Congress to publicly question FBI Director Chris Wray regarding the FBI’s role in the tragedy of the Schoharie limo crash, I believe this investigation is long overdue," Stefanik said. "This investigation must happen quickly and thoroughly in order to provide the devastated families and communities answers that they have been waiting years for. I will continue to hold the FBI accountable and demand transparency on behalf of Upstate New York.”
In March, Stefanik questioned Director Wray on the FBI’s involvement in the crash at the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence’s hearing. Congresswoman Stefanik intends to issue a subpoena in a Republican Majority to compel any and all information.
She followed up with a letter demanding answers and laying the ground work for a subpoena in a Republican majority.