Please you make the Decision…Hillary Clinton
Okay, it is Friday the 13th day of May 2016. And as such for some reason the F.B.I. and there bureau with its investigation of one Hillary Rodham Clinton has been on my mind far more recently. Therefore, after considerable reflection I have come up with some reasons as to why I think the quasi-politician will walk free of charges that overwhelmingly would result in a conviction of any other person.
First I feel as though the investigation has gone on far too long. I do further believe that we have Obama’s Justice Department and in particular, the United States Attorney’s General who, through accountability must and should take all attribution (blame) simply because of the following reasons:
Please try and remember the bumbling bazaar at Benghazi Libya and as the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee interviewed Hillary Rodham Clinton pursuant to her involvement with the assault on the diplomatic compound on 9/11/2012.
The haphazard decision to place the four officials cited by the ARB on paid administrative leave created the appearance that former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s decision to announce action against the individuals named in the ARB report was more of a public relations strategy than a measured response to a tragedy.
In August 2012, the U.S. House of Representatives Office of General Counsel filed suit against the Justice Department.
On January 19, 2016, United States District Judge Amy Berman Jackson issued her opinion and ordered DOJ release documents previously withheld under the President’s executive privilege claim. On April 8, 2016, DOJ complied with the Judge’s order, delivering more than 20,500 pages of documents to the Committee.
Secondly I have severe doubts when subordinate personnel are being questioned at more intensity than the person who is the accountable one.
The issue of Clinton’s use of a private email server was referred to the FBI in July after the Office of the Inspector General for the Intelligence Community found that some of the emails that traversed her server contained classified material. A Post analysis of Clinton’s publicly released correspondence found Clinton wrote 104 emails that she sent using her private server while secretary of state that the government has since said contain classified information. The Post also found, though, emails with classified information written by about 300 other people inside and outside the government.
Critics of Clinton have said her use of a private server exposed sensitive information to a possible breach, and Clinton herself has said using it was a mistake.