Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Obama Slammed For Ordering The FBI And DOJ Not To Indict Hillary Clinton For Breaking The Law In Email Scandal

Tweet on Twitter.com by documentary filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, regarding Obama corruptly meddling in the FBI/DOJ criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton with the intent of corruptly destroying it.

Many experts have revealed their view the FBI is too corrupt to indict Hillary Clinton. Mainstream global and U.S. newspapers have published their view Clinton has broken the law but is, "Too big to jail." The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Justice (DOJ) tend to not arrest well known people, which is why many Hollywood celebrities behave so terribly, harming members of the public. It's absolutely corrupt.

Tweets on Twitter.com by documentary filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza

As it stands, Clinton willfully violated government rules in keeping a private email server and had it maintained with such poor security, she clearly believed she is "too big to" hack. However, that's exactly what happened. American national secrets were hacked by the communist block and passed around among them.

Hillary Clinton tweet on Twitter.com has been thoroughly mocked by the public and the press, as hypocritical in light of her unlawful behavior, condemned by the State Department's Inspector General

Public feedback calling Clinton a hypocrite
Clinton was really reckless to think the communist block wouldn't hack her computers. After all, she has ordered the computers and telephones of domestic and foreign officials be hacked on a regular basis. She has repeatedly received illegal surveillance data, from the time she hired crooked, now incarcerated private investigator, Anthony Pellicano to unlawfully spy on people in sick ways, to her time at the State Department when she arrogantly spied on the United Nations (in what became a global scandal) and members of Congress.


Could Hillary Clinton really be indicted over her emails?

Friday 10 June 2016 06.00 EDT - Did Hillary Clinton do the wrong thing when she used a private email server while secretary of state from 2009 to 2013? Yes. She herself has admitted that it was a mistake. A recent report by the state department inspector general found that she broke multiple rules despite repeated warnings to use official communications methods that would ensure her emails were stored and kept safe from hackers. 

Did she break the law? As an FBI investigation continues, expert opinion is divided. Some offer a view reminiscent of Bill Clinton’s famous remark that he experimented with marijuana but “didn’t inhale”. “I believe Clinton did break the law but at the same time I don’t think there’s evidence she committed a crime,” says Douglas Cox, associate professor at City University of New York School of Law.

It is a violation of federal records law to remove or destroy material, Cox notes, although Clinton “in part” fixed this by returning thousands of emails. More important in assessing whether a crime was committed is the question of intent, Cox says. “While there were warnings and memos that she should have been aware of, from a prosecution side they would need to prove her knowledge and intent and have evidence of that to bring before a jury.”... 

State Department Inspector General Slams Hillary Clinton For Violating Government Rules In Email Hacking Scandal And Covering Up Hacks