Tuesday, July 5, 2016

F.B.I. Director James Comey Recommends No Criminal Charges For Hillary Clinton On The Email Server Case -- News Roundup

New York Times: F.B.I. Director James Comey Recommends No Charges for Hillary Clinton on Email

WASHINGTON — The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, said on Tuesday that the bureau would not recommend criminal charges in Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information, lifting an enormous legal cloud from her presidential campaign, hours before her first joint campaign appearance with President Obama.

But Mr. Comey rebuked Mrs. Clinton as being “extremely careless” in using a personal email address and server for sensitive information, declaring that an ordinary government official could have faced administrative sanction for such conduct.

To warrant a criminal charge, Mr. Comey said, there had to be evidence that Mrs. Clinton intentionally sent or received classified information — something that the F.B.I. did not find. “Our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,” he said at a news conference.

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Update: This is an understatement .... Clinton campaign 'pleased' with FBI decision on emails (USA Today).

More News On F.B.I. Director James Comey Recommending No Criminal Charges For Hillary Clinton On The Email Server Case

The Latest: Grassley: FBI should release email case evidence -- AP
FBI says it won't recommend charges in Clinton email matter -- AP
Clinton 'extremely careless' with emails, but FBI recommends no charges -- Reuters
FBI recommends no criminal charges in Clinton email probe -- Washington Post
FBI’s Comey: Clinton 'extremely careless' about emails, but bureau will not advise criminal charges -- FOX News
'Extremely careless,' but FBI advises no charges for Clinton's emails -- USA Today
FBI Probe Contradicts Clinton's Claim She Never Sent Classified Emails -- ABC News
FBI recommends no charges against Hillary Clinton over emails -- BBC
James Comey’s Rebuke of Hillary Clinton Fits a 3-Decade Pattern -- NYT
The FBI recommends not to indict Hillary Clinton for email misconduct -- Russell Brandom, The Verge
FBI director says “no reasonable prosecutor” would indict Clinton over emails -- VOX
Six things we learned from the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email -- Mark Berman, Washington Post
5 takeaways from Clinton's email reprieve -- Politico
Seven new revelations from FBI’s Clinton probe -- The Hill
The 10 biggest things we learned from the FBI’s Clinton email investigation -- PBS Newshour


jimbrown said...

Would someone please let me know a job not ceo or president mind you that would permit use of a private server.

jimbrown said...

Btw she also culled one hell of a dbase of contacts for clinton foundation.

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Anonymous said...

Guilty but no charges, should anyone be surprised...

Jay Farquharson said...

"The shocking truth about the last two Republican secretaries of state has finally come out: Colin Powell and aides to Condoleezza Rice trafficked in classified information on their personal email accounts. This is an enormous scandal!"


Flashback: Rove Erases 22 Million White House Emails on Private Server at Height of U.S. Attorney Scandal – Media Yawns"


Rule #1 of Modern American Politic's is,

For Democrat's IOBWRDI ( It's only Bad when Republican's Do It),
For Republican's IOBWDDI ( It's only Bad when Democrat's Do It).

Rule #1 of American Justice:

"The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread."

Anatole France.

Anonymous said...

More bread and circuses while the oligarchy plunder our future.

Si-vis-pasen- said...




Si-vis-pasen- said...

Martin fierro and the view of the law's

Jay Farquharson said...


Link doesn't work.

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Si-vis-pasen- said...

Thanks Jay for the link Martin fierro has a great quote for the law but is in Spanish couldn't find any good translation to English that is some what accurate.