Hillary cleared, Trump says she’s “guilty as hell” and the “system is rigged”

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It does indeed appear that she’s guilty as hell, but the recommendation is not to prosecute.

FBI Director James Comey announced Tuesday that the FBI will not recommend federal prosecution of Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server to store what turned out to be thousands of classified documents in her emails.

The U.S. Justice Department has the final say, but Attorney General Loretta Lynch said last week that she ‘fully expects’ to act on whatever the FBI recommends. The FBI doesn’t expect any criminal charges to result, Comey said.

‘We are expressing to the Department of Justice our view that no charges are appropriate in this case,’ he said.

‘In looking back into our investigations into the mishandling or the removal of classified information, we cannot find a case that would support bringing criminal charges on these facts.’

They all agree that she shouldn’t have been running a private server. They all agree she had classified documents on it that didn’t belong there. And they all feel the server was compromised by hackers.

But, no prosecution is “appropriate in this case”. 

Republican National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer blasted the FBI’s decision.

‘Secretary Clinton went into this position and set up this server clearly intending to avoid detection, clearly trying not to be transparent and clearly trying to set up a set of rules for her that were different than what everyone else has to follow,’ Spicer told CNN.

‘Any other employee that works at the State Department that did what she did would have their security clearance pulled and would be facing charges. This is absolutely ridiculous.’

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton, whose group continues to sue to gain access to Clinton emails and information, highlighted Comey’s ‘devastating findings’ about Clinton’s mishandling of information.

‘FBI Director James Comey detailed Hillary Clinton’s massive destruction of government records and grossly negligent handling of classified information,’ Fitton said in a statement.

‘Frankly, there’s a disconnect between Comey’s devastating findings and his weak recommendation not to prosecute Hillary Clinton. Federal prosecutors, independent of politics, need to consider whether to pursue the potential violations of law confirmed by the FBI,’ Fitton said.

Does the US have a Graeme McCready? I would suspect that the next step will be a private prosecution.  I wonder if Trump is mad enough to give it a try…

 

– Daily Mail

 


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