JUST IN: US Attorney General accepts FBI’s Recommendation that no charges be filed against Clinton in email Fiasco

dojAttorney General Loretta E. Lynch released the following statement today regarding the State Department email investigation:

“Late this afternoon, I met with FBI Director James Comey and career prosecutors and agents who conducted the investigation of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email system during her time as Secretary of State. I received and accepted their unanimous recommendation that the thorough, year-long investigation be closed and that no charges be brought against any individuals within the scope of the investigation.”


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  1. WOW!!!!
    Did anyone think differently?
    Bills visit to Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch, talking about their grandchildren, must have been some talk. Watch, if Hillary gets elected Loretta E. Lynch gets a new job with a pay raise and promotion.

  2. what i heard in his speech is that she didnt do anything ‘intentionally’. imagine if the drunk driver said he didnt intend to,kill anyone when he rammed into that car or the killer who says that he didnt intend for his victim to die when he strangled her.

  3. To newcomer: you are right, and in fact, I saw an article that quoted the applicable statute word for word. Nowhere does it say that in order to be in violation the official has to have done it intentionally. Just being grossly negligent is enough to be in violation, and FBI director himself said in his statement that she was “extremely careless”….sounds like “grossly negligent” to me.

  4. The Prosecutor is not obligated to accept the FBI’s recommendation. If so, didn’t AG Lynch say just a few days ago that she would step back and let career prosecutors in the Justice Dept make the decision? Now suddenly she’s the one deciding to accept the recommendation to not prosecute? The obvious bias is mind boggling and yet somehow the liberal media just accepts this as though it is normal!

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