Saturday, January 16, 2016

Two Smoking Guns: FBI on Hillary’s Case

Via sauced07

The federal criminal investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s failure to secure state secrets was ratcheted up earlier this week, and at the same time, the existence of a parallel criminal investigation of another aspect of her behavior was made known. This is the second publicly revealed expansion of the FBI’s investigations in two months.

I have argued for two months that Clinton’s legal woes are either grave or worse than grave. That argument has been based on the hard, now public evidence of her failure to safeguard national security secrets and the known manner in which the Department of Justice addresses these failures.

The failure to safeguard state secrets is an area of the law in which the federal government has been aggressive to the point of being merciless. State secrets are the product of members of the intelligence community’s risking their lives to obtain information.

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  1. Prison? I think she deserves a much higher position than that, say starting off at about 15 feet, with a quick drop of a few feet, then she can work the swing shift for little while. She shouldn't lack for company, either. She has plenty of buddies who ought to lining up to be on the swing shift with her.

    Central Alabamaian

  2. OT (sorta):