Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Seven Ways Comey's FBI Helped Hillary Go Scot-Free on Email Crimes

By Life Zette
, Jan. 22, 2018

Former FBI Director James Comey and other key senior bureau executives violated at least seven basic rules for credible investigations in 2016 to ensure former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would escape prosecution for using a private email server and address to conduct official diplomatic business. That’s according to former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova.

“What this is about is to exonerate Hillary Clinton of a clear violation of the law with regard to the way she handled classified information with her private server. Absolutely a crime, absolutely a felony,” diGenova said in an interview with Ginny Thomas of the Daily Caller News Foundation.

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