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Re: JUDGE ORDERS PROBE OF 'DESTRUCTION' OF HILLARY EMAILS

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I am trying to understand the point of this thread.  Is it that the right feels Hillary should not have had the private server?  That is pretty much established.  

 

Is it that she committed some crime?  The fact that she did not is pretty much established.

 

Is it that they want to take a chance that the SoS emails may tell the Russians something they want to know?  I can see that. The right does not care much for patriotism. 

 

Or, is it that they miss the days when the country was suspicious of Hillary rather than certain of Trump?  Yep. That's it. 

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Re: JUDGE ORDERS PROBE OF 'DESTRUCTION' OF HILLARY EMAILS

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jimc91 wrote:

When the FBI was asked to release files related to Hillary Clinton’s famous 33,000 deleted emails, the bureau insisted the former secretary of state and presidential candidate’s privacy outweighed the “public interest” in disclosing the information.

 

Now, the lawyer who made the Freedom of Information Act request has filed a complaint in a Maryland court seeking to have Clinton and her lawyers disbarred, and a judge has ordered the state bar to investigate allegations of destroying evidence, the Washington Times reported.

 

Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Paul F. Harris Jr. said Monday the complaints against David E. Kendall, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson were egregious and the state bar couldn’t dismiss them as frivolous.

 

The complaint was brought by New York state lawyer Ty Clevenger, who continues to press the FBI to release details of its investigation into Clinton’s handling of classified information through a private email server, which violated State Department policy.

 

Clinton and her associates were allowed to decide which of her 60,000 emails to surrender to the State Department and which would be withheld. About 33,000 being were withheld as “private.” The FBI, however, later found thousands of work-related emails that weren’t turned over to the government.

 

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The double standard is being "called out".

 

About time.

 

 


A bit of advice to the judge. Don't drive your auto until all your brake lines are checked for tampering. Don't take a walk in a desolate park without someone with you. Have your tea sent to the lab before ingesting. Lastly, be sure to make sure your insurance premiums are paid up.

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Re: JUDGE ORDERS PROBE OF 'DESTRUCTION' OF HILLARY EMAILS

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 Richva wrote-So, Trump has backed himself into such a corner he has to go back to shooting insults at Hillary again?  I love to see him squirm.  

 

Maybe we can get Hillary to testify for 11 hours before Congress again. It was wonderful to watch her spank those guys. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I don`t think Trump is squirming about Hillary backing him in a corner.  Hillary is blaming everybody why she lost  but God. (and that is questionable). Hillary is still crooked and Trump is President.   Even the Dems are hoping  she would go away.

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Re: JUDGE ORDERS PROBE OF 'DESTRUCTION' OF HILLARY EMAILS

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So, Trump has backed himself into such a corner he has to go back to shooting insults at Hillary again?  I love to see him squirm.  

 

Maybe we can get Hillary to testify for 11 hours before Congress again. It was wonderful to watch her spank those guys. 

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JUDGE ORDERS PROBE OF 'DESTRUCTION' OF HILLARY EMAILS

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When the FBI was asked to release files related to Hillary Clinton’s famous 33,000 deleted emails, the bureau insisted the former secretary of state and presidential candidate’s privacy outweighed the “public interest” in disclosing the information.

 

Now, the lawyer who made the Freedom of Information Act request has filed a complaint in a Maryland court seeking to have Clinton and her lawyers disbarred, and a judge has ordered the state bar to investigate allegations of destroying evidence, the Washington Times reported.

 

Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Paul F. Harris Jr. said Monday the complaints against David E. Kendall, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson were egregious and the state bar couldn’t dismiss them as frivolous.

 

The complaint was brought by New York state lawyer Ty Clevenger, who continues to press the FBI to release details of its investigation into Clinton’s handling of classified information through a private email server, which violated State Department policy.

 

Clinton and her associates were allowed to decide which of her 60,000 emails to surrender to the State Department and which would be withheld. About 33,000 being were withheld as “private.” The FBI, however, later found thousands of work-related emails that weren’t turned over to the government.

 

READ MORE:

 

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The double standard is being "called out".

 

About time.

 

 

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