Hillary Clinton

The Perfect Storm Circling Hillary Clinton

The FBI interrogated five of the former secretary of state's closest advisors, the same week it was reported that her private email server had been hacked.

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Hillary Clinton and the FBI
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The bad legal news for Hillary Clinton continued to cascade upon her presidential hopes during the past week in what has amounted to a perfect storm of legal misery. Here is what happened.

Last week, Mrs. Clinton's five closest advisers when she was secretary of state, four of whom remain close to her and have significant positions in her presidential campaign, were interrogated by the FBI. These interrogations were voluntary, not under oath, and done in the presence of the same legal team which represented all five aides.

The atmosphere was confrontational, as the purpose of the interrogations is to enable federal prosecutors and investigators to determine whether these five are targets or witnesses. Stated differently, the feds need to decide if they should charge any of these folks as part of a plan to commit espionage, or if they will be witnesses on behalf of the government should there be such a prosecution; or witnesses for Mrs. Clinton.

In the same week, a federal judge ordered the same five persons to give videotaped testimony in a civil lawsuit against the State Department which once employed them in order to determine if there was a "conspiracy" — that's the word used by the judge — in Mrs. Clinton's office to evade federal transparency laws. Stated differently, the purpose of these interrogations is to seek evidence of an agreement to avoid the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requirements of storage and transparency of records, and whether such an agreement, if it existed, was also an agreement to commit espionage — the removal of state secrets from a secure place to a non-secure place.

Also earlier this week, the State Department revealed that it cannot find the emails of Bryan Pagliano for the four years that he was employed there. Who is Bryan Pagliano? He is the former information technology expert, employed by the State Department to trouble-shoot any of Mrs. Clinton's email issues.

Pagliano was also personally employed by Mrs. Clinton. She paid him $5,000 to migrate her regular State Department email account and her secret State Department email account from their secure State Department servers to her personal, secret, non-secure server in her home in Chappaqua, New York. That was undoubtedly a criminal act. Pagliano either received a promise of non-prosecution or an actual order of immunity from a federal judge. He is now the government's chief witness against Mrs. Clinton.

It is almost inconceivable that all of his emails have been lost. Surely this will intrigue the FBI, which has reportedly been able to retrieve the emails Mrs. Clinton attempted to wipe from her server.

While all of this has been going on, intelligence community sources have reported about a below-the-radar, yet largely-known debate in the Kremlin between the Russian Foreign Ministry and the Russian Intelligence Services. They are trying to come to a meeting of the minds to determine whether the Russian government should release some 20,000 of Mrs. Clinton's emails that it obtained either by hacking her directly or by hacking into the email of her confidante, Sid Blumenthal.

As if all this wasn't enough bad news for Mrs. Clinton in one week, the FBI learned last week from the convicted international hacker, who calls himself Guccifer, that he knows how the Russians came to possess Mrs. Clinton's emails; and it is because she stored, received and sent them from her personal, secret, non-secure server.

Mrs. Clinton has not been confronted publicly and asked for an explanation of her thoughts about the confluence of these events, but she has been asked if the FBI has reached out to her. It may seem counter-intuitive, but in white collar criminal cases, the FBI gives the targets of its investigations an opportunity to come in and explain why the target should not be indicted.

This is treacherous ground for any target, even a smart lawyer like Mrs. Clinton. She does not know what the feds know about her. She faces a damned-if-she-does and damned-if-she-doesn't choice here.

Any lie and any materially misleading statement — and she is prone to both — made to the FBI can form the basis for an independent criminal charge against her. This is the environment that trapped Martha Stewart. Hence the standard practice among experienced counsel is to decline interviews by the folks investigating their clients.

But Mrs. Clinton is no ordinary client. She is running for president. She lies frequently. We know this because, when asked if the FBI has reached out to her for an interview, she told reporters that neither she nor her campaign had heard from the FBI; but she couldn't wait to talk to the agents.

That is a mouthful, and the FBI knows it. First, the FBI does not come calling upon her campaign or even upon her. The Department of Justice prosecutors will call upon her lawyers — and that has already been done, and Mrs. Clinton knows it. So her statements about the FBI not calling her or the campaign were profoundly misleading, and the FBI knows that.

Mrs. Clinton's folks are preparing for the worst. They have leaked nonsense from "U.S. officials" that the feds have found no intent to commit espionage on the part of Mrs. Clinton. Too bad these officials — political appointees, no doubt — skipped or failed Criminal Law 101. The government need not prove intent for either espionage or for lying to federal agents.

And it prosecutes both crimes very vigorously.

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  2. No matter how wicked, crooked, greedy, dishonest or stupid this bitch is, or how completely obvious all those are, there will be millions of idiots who vote for her.

    1. There will be millions of women eager to vote AGAINST the Republican Party (and at least three other warriors-for-the-babies parties). Anyone who wants men with guns to threaten doctors and leave women no choice but to go to Canada for safe, legal abortions can expect some pretty determined opposition. I am thankful that the LP has, so far, given me the opportunity to vote against christianofascist woman-bulliers.

      1. most people don’t have a rabid fetish for abortion like you do. Stop projecting.

      2. “Anyone who wants men with guns to threaten doctors…”

        Yes, we’re so fortunate that the Dems never use men with guns to threaten anyone.

      3. I’m amazed that any woman ever manages to get an abortion. Every clinic I drive by is surrounded with gun toting fundies.

        1. I gotta assume you are being sarcastic. You are, aren’t you?

          1. Sad you have to ask, but yes I’m being sarcastic. How else does one respond to “men with guns to threaten doctors and leave women no choice but to go to Canada for safe, legal abortions”?

        2. Most I’ve ever seen is clinics surrounded b assholes with poorly-photoshopped images of chopped-up babies.

      4. This the dumbest reason to vote R, pure ignorance. Rose vs Wade is settled law, 90% of repubs dnt’ give a crap about it, it’s settled. They don’t believe in pro choice, but they have accepted settle law period. Trump has been the candidate who cares the least about abortion. No one is threatening dr on a daily basis like you make it seem, there are wack jobs, and your party has them too. Resorting to name calling, you’re insulting you friends, neighbors people you work with, this is the reason we have converse civally, this needs to change. We want the same thing a better country, better education, better healthcare, better defense of our country, a stronger economy. This sports team loyal mentality is what’s wrong with politics today. Both parties have been corrupted by corporations with no names or faces, and they attemp to divide us by using silly distractions like abortion, and gun control which both are not going anywhere yet we keep falling for it.

        1. Well said!

        2. Oh I think gun control would definitely be going somewhere without sufficient uproar. It isn’t like they picked targets around the edges, they go after handguns and semiautomatics, which affects almost everyone. The right is probably more accepting of the status quo, after all that is why we call them conservative. Versus the left which is trying to create “progress” beyond what is currently the cultural norms.

  3. I keep envisioning the FBI arresting her at some public event. Walking past the secret service agents who deliberately twiddle their thumbs as they cuff and mirandize her within the pickup range of the microphone and per-walk her out to their waiting vehicles.

    Of course, that will never happen.

    1. It is a nice dream, though. And if the stupid bitch says something that insults the FBI director, I suppose it isn’t entirely impossible. We can hope. She does tend to run her mouth without engaging her brain.

      1. Insulting the FBI director is irrelevant. Obama is in control of whether the DOJ prosecutes. Obama is totally political. As long as Hillary is his best hope for a legacy-preserving third term, she is untouchable. Obama also knows that Hillary won’t quit even if she is indicted. He has to think – what if she is indicted, wins the Presidency anyway, and then gets her revenge on me?

    2. That could happen in the unlikely event that anything resembling the rule of law still exists in the United States.

    3. Right before the coronation would be rich.

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  5. If this was some ordinary pol with and (R) after his name, you can be certain that there would be a perjury trap laid and executed.

    If we were dealing with some top-level (R) like W we’d see the FBI skirt around the top man, but make sure they got at least one scalp, however unjust it might be. (Scooter Libby)

    But a Clinton? There certainly have been plenty of opportunities to go after the Clintons on criminal charges – perjury, obstruction of justice, contempt, etc. The Rose Law billing records was a perfect case where plebes would have gotten charged with obstruction – and that was before they amassed an army of political appointees and politicians that they helped elect.

    It will be interesting to see if they follow the recent pattern of finding an underling to fry just so they can walk away with something to justify all their efforts. Even with an immunity deal, if I were Bryan Pagliano , I’d be looking around and noticing that I’m the one wearing the red shirt.

    The FBI and US Attorney’s Office would have to be pretty ballsy to go after someone as high as Huma, so if Pagliano is really off the table, I’d be pretty nervous if I was one of the other staffers interviewed by the FBI. They’ve shown that “I didn’t do anything wrong” isn’t enough to keep them from coming after you in these sorts of situations.

    1. The FBI and US Attorney’s Office would have to be pretty ballsy to go after someone as high as Huma

      Why? Because she’s H’s companion?

      Perhaps that pillar of integrity Comey is taking all this time in order to bust the entire vast left-wing conspiracy.

    2. This may yet give the Trump campaign the opportunity to play the “I’ll pardon Hillary” card Scott Adams talked about over on Dilbert. In Brazil a coalition of about two dozen prohibitionist and fascist warriors-for-the-babies parties are impeaching a sitting two-term female president (who won by a landslide) for allegedly flubbing a “Sergeant O’Grady says” imposed by Congress (whose Speaker was just removed and faces multiple federal indictments for tax evasion, bribery, etc) and the Senate (whose president is also under indictment and multiple federal investigations). It boggles the mind to see the endless subterfuges that ignorant superstition will go to to keep women from legally owning their own selves.

      1. It boggles the mind to see the endless subterfuges that ignorant superstition will go to to keep women from legally owning their own selves.

        more mind-boggling is trying to unpackage this crate of nonsense. Women DO own themselves and since you’re fixated on abortion, they own the part before abortion even enters the equation, too. Stop acting like they’re imbecilic waifs in need of your, or some other culture warrior’s, protection.

      2. I’m having trouble extracting your point from your writing style. Could you simplify it a bit?

        1. Translation: “PRO-LIFE BAD”

          1. What abortion has to do with the case against Clinton… HA, is this a real life instance of Playboy’s recently published guide to political parties?? Where the Blue Tribe responds to uncomfortable questions by ignoring them and talking about how pro-choice they are??

      3. The may legally own their own bodies. The question is, is a,fetus a person. I don’t believe one is, but I don’t think that the issue can be proven one way or another to people who feel the opposite.

        The issue isn’t going to go away so long as there are people who sincerely believe that widespread abortion is widespread child-murder. And, frankly, the dismissive attitude of many pro-choice people regrarding that belief is counterproductive.

      4. It boggles the mind to see the endless subterfuges that ignorant superstition will go to to keep women from legally owning their own selves.

        You must be a Margaret Thatcher fan Hank. There’s a gal who beat all the boys at their own game, eh?

      5. You’re actually defending Dilma Roussef?? Haha, that’s rich. She’s a socialist bribe-taking vermin. If she doesn’t get taken down, it will be a travesty of epic proportions; no rule of law can be said to exist in Brazil if that happens.

        Btw, the same officials investigating Roussef are also investigating the opposition leader for involvement in the same scandal (involving the state oil company). You’re just spouting leftist conspiracy theories here that this impeachment is a political fabrication. Few heads of state deserve to be impeached more than her.

    3. Most likely scenario: The FBI presents a well documented case for prosecution, the Justice Department gives HRC a pass, a whistleblower makes her crimes public, HRC claims it’s old news so why talk about it, Dems support her anyway.

      1. Or — it all gets delayed until after the election. Hillary wins but is forced to resign resulting in…President Warren. Or maybe Sanders.

      2. Pretty much. The Clintons are Teflon. The FBI has had time to indict her a dozen times over by now. Nobody will touch her because they believe she’ll win, and they want to be assured of their cushy apparatchik appointments when she ascends the throne to which–she’ll be the first to tell you–she’s entitled.

        1. The thing is, heat teflon enough and it begins to peel…..

      3. Re Most likely scenario:

        Ed Klein, who is a fabulist of the first order, came up with another of his fabulisms that has the ring of truth:

        “Let’s say she is indicted. What she is going to say is, first of all, in America you are innocent until proven guilty, number one. Number two, we’ve been through this before, we Clintons. The House voted to impeach my husband and he was exonerated, so I’m going to be exonerated. Number three, the American people have spoken, 18 million people have voted for me to be the nominee, that’s the will of the people, I’m not giving up. In my view, she is going to try to continue to run even under indictment.”

        1. Of course. If she is indicted, she will have even more resolve to win the Presidency, and to win by any means necessary – even if it requires paying Republican electors to switch their votes to get her 270 in a close contest. Her life will literally depend on winning.

      4. If she loses the election, she may get indicted.

        But she won’t as long as she’s still on the campaign (nor will she if she gets elected). Most people left of center already believe this is a faux right wing scandal, and the ruling party is solidly behind Clinton, with many close friends in high positions. If she got indicted, they’d spin it as political sabotage by an embittered Republican (Comey) official doing the bidding of a right wing congress. They’d make Hillary a martyr. And the Democrats, brass and voters alike, would never forgive Comey and everyone involved for robbing them of the white house, especially if it means giving it to Trump. Then they may get indictments of their own come the next Dem president.

        Unless and until Hillary loses the election, she is, imo, untouchable.

        1. Yeah, that’s kinda how I feel. There has been talk of Obama issuing a blanket pardon “for all crimes that Hillary Clinton may or may not have committed between the dates of x and y”, but I think that would guarantee she loses the election.

          1. Hillary’s feet need to be held to the fire. She has to know that the only way she stays out of jail is to win the Presidency, and to do it by any means necessary. Pardoning her would let her off the hook, and allow her to be more comfortable with losing. That would destroy Obama’s legacy.

            I predict that Obama will never pardon Hillary. If she wins the election she can pardon herself. If she loses she deserves whatever is coming to her.

    4. About Pagliano.

      How is it possible that this guy has not had the marrow debriefed out of him by the Clinton camp? I mean of COURSE they would want to know every last thing he was asked and what all his answers were.

      Don’t tell me he’s just walking around out there and they’re all like, la la la, I guess it’s my turn to go testify, I’m not gonna finish my Mountain Dew, do you want it?

  6. Has anyone ever watched that TV show called “Dude, you’re Screwed!”? A group of guys kidnap one of their friends and put them in a real tough survival situation? with minimal equipment.

    They’re all ex-military or survival experts, and they still have a tough time of it. I think it would be much more interesting to have them set up a novice, like? I don’t know? HRC? I just hope those good natured ex-military fellows don’t forget where they left her.

    1. I vote perfect center of the Rub’ al Khali. Largest continuous sand desert, in a country where being a woman without a male escort is illegal, where the Necronomocon was supposedly written. Perfect location.

      1. where being a woman without a male escort is illegal

        Like most cold-blooded amphibians, she’s hermaphroditic. So back to the drawing board. She’ll just morph into Billary.

        1. She does have a touch of the Innsmouth Look about her.

        2. Always wanted to see Survivor episode where C-130 lands, and releases all the hot-pants laden ladies and buff tan dudes out into the endless white-out blizzard for what turns out to be Survivor: Novosibirsk..

          It would be a brief half-episode season.

        3. Interestingly, the Nameless City in the Empty Quarter of Arabia, where the guy who wrote the Necronomocon had the dream that lead to the book, was inhabited by an ancient race of reptiles.

  7. I hope they are using enhanced interrogation techniques on those 5 advisors.

  8. Whether the Russian government should release some 20,000 of Mrs. Clinton’s emails that it obtained either by hacking her directly or by hacking into the email of her confidante, Sid Blumenthal.

    Holy shit.

    We have a potential Presidential nominee so compromised that the Russian government could end her career on a whim? Not to mention, she so compromised national security that they are now the backup source for her correspondence as Secretary of State.

    1. intelligence community sources have reported about a below-the-radar, yet largely-known debate in the Kremlin between the Russian Foreign Ministry and the Russian Intelligence Services. They are trying to come to a meeting of the minds to determine whether the Russian government should release some 20,000 of Mrs. Clinton’s emails

      Uh, huh.

      My jury is still out on the reliability of these “sources”.

      1. You don’t think the Russians don’t try to hack the email of every new secretary of state?

        Of course they do. And since her’s was so easy, of course they did.

        1. Security through obscurity will sometimes work against script kiddie level actors. Nation states will eat that stuff up. Assuming the Russians haven’t read everything sent to or from her over a course of years is delusional.

    2. I don’t know which is worse. Trump V Hilary or Trump V Bern.

    3. This just won “Post Of The Week”…

    4. Why the Rooshians? Anyone wanting to read State Department emails on the exportation of economy-killing asset forfeiture “agreements” can install Tor and visit Wikileaks. Remember Julian Assange? That third whistleblower besides Manning and Snowden that The Kleptocracy is sending lynch mobs after?

    5. It certainly puts Trump’s “Putin is a great guy!” statements in a new light, doesn’t it.

  9. Typical. Although this is evidence that Hilary is in increasing trouble, nobody but the judge seems to notice or report it. The big story for the legacy media this morning is how Hilary has released her income tax records and Trump hasn’t.

    1. Hillary’s favorite color pantsuit is one of my highly favored questions of her.

      1. “Do you prefer swifer wipes or the more traditional lace doily when you wipe off your computer equipment?”

        1. Ooops, I accidentally left my electromagnet plugged in next to my computer.

    2. I bet Hillary’s income didn’t include all those in-kind donations to the Clinton Foundation which pay for her vacations

    3. A group of facebook employees recently petitioned management to make it policy for the company to do everything in its power to prevent Trump from becoming president; similar sentiments by employees at Twitter. Thus far, the social media giants have formally resisted such calls. However, the media (and social media to a lesser extent) clearly see themselves as engaged in a holy war to keep Trump out of office. They’ll do all they can to protect Hillary. Trump is a piece of shit, but it is galling nonetheless how readily the media will sacrifice integrity for the sake of ‘the greater good.’

  10. If the powers that be let this slimy, treasonous, and corrupt bitch(IMHO) off the hook for this it will mean the end of the belief of the rule of law in this country.

    Justice for all is already an outdated concept if it ever existed.

    In this country a person is considered innocent unless proven broke.

    If they let the Hilldog off with just a slap on the wrist, and hand hoi poi a sacrificial lamb for what is an obvious attempt to subvert the rules of accountability for public officials it will send a message to all future Big Men that they can do as they wish, the laws be damned.

    1. C’mon, you don’t REALLY believe there’s still any semblance of “Rule of Law” left in this country, do you? If you do, let me know where you’ve been. I’m always looking for a nice place to “get away from it all”.

    2. Do you know who else used private emails?

      Lois Lerner. She used private email which used the name of her male dog.

      Lisa Jackson aka Richard Windsor. She uses that pseudonym for her private email. Guess why she chose that name?
      It was the name of her dog.

      Two high Democrat officials both using private email to avoid FOIA, and both use male names as a ruse that just happen to be their dog’s name?

      Lois Lerner also made inquiries as to whether IM would be searchable in FOIA.

      then we have missing emails and drive failures galore, followed by the backups only being found years later.

      But many Democrats believe there is no scandal.

  11. I’m betting Bernie now regrets his immunization of Clinton:”the public is tried of hearing about your damned e-mails.”
    Maybe Bernie should say he was wrong, that more damning evidence has emerged, and start hammering her?

    1. That would be seen as backing Republican smear campaigns.

    2. I’m betting Bernie now regrets his immunization of Clinton: “the public is tried of hearing about your damned e-mails.”

      That’s why this time next year the stupid feeb will be little more than a trivia contest punchline. Serves him right!

  12. While all of this has been going on, intelligence community sources have reported about a below-the-radar, yet largely-known debate in the Kremlin between the Russian Foreign Ministry and the Russian Intelligence Services. They are trying to come to a meeting of the minds to determine whether the Russian government should release some 20,000 of Mrs. Clinton’s emails that it obtained either by hacking her directly or by hacking into the email of her confidante, Sid Blumenthal.

    Is this a credible report or just a rumor? Because it’s pretty sensational, if true.

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  14. “The government need not prove intent for either espionage or for lying to federal agents. And it prosecutes both crimes very vigorously.”

    Or, at least it prosecutes both very vigorously if it’s a military guy/gal or an NSA contractor. (Or even the head of the CIA)

    For the top of the chain it’s wrist slaps and pardons all the way down. You can’t expect them to abide by their own rules. Reference the neutering of the STOCK Act if you had any questions about who Congress and the rest are really looking out for.

  15. smart lawyer like Mrs. Clinton

    Citation needed.

  16. Napolitano said this in an interview yesterday:

    “It does tell you this: the FBI is willing to leak when things don’t go its way.”

    It should get very interesting as we get closer to the elections.

    http://insider.foxnews.com/201…..-interview

  17. When did mishandling of state papers, from government’s standpoint, become espionage? When it decided it needed better tools to prosecute whistleblowers like Bradley Manning? Now a sitting secretary of state mishandles state papers because federal rules about handling that information are inconvenient, and she stands to be charged with espionage! This is a government run amok, 1984 style.

    In an interesting note about the time line, Clinton made decided to offline her email server a little less than a year before Manning turned all those State Department cables and other information over to Wikileaks. Remember how angry she was about the damage Wikileaks did to her reputation, and to the reputation of her department? Yet the Wikileaks experience did not make her rethink the advisability of her personal email server, nor did it make anyone else in government give the arrangement another look.

  18. Continued…

    For remember a key issue in this affair: Clinton’s email server was not a secret from anyone. Anyone who contacted her with State Department business had to use her address: hdr22@clintonemail.com. Does that look like an official, secure email address to you? A nincompoop can look at the address and say, this correspondence isn’t going through a regular government server, because regular government servers don’t handle domains like clintonemail.com. So why are government intelligence officials, who had every motivation to make the State Department get its communications house in order after the Manning leaks, running around more than six years later, apparently ready to charge her with espionage?

    1. That email address also prevents the use of such simple but secure file handling systems at AMRDEC SAFE, which can be used to send files encrypted only to people with “*.mil” addresses that would have been easy to set up for her.

      There are simply no excuses for the mess she got herself (and the country and the ambassador in Libya) into.

      At least one judge put it on the record that her motives were possibly tied to avoiding FOIA requests.

    2. Hillary’s state papers were not ‘mishandled’, they were handled exactly the way she had planned. There was a premeditated plan to remove documents from a secure environment to an unsecured one. That is espionage.

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  23. The Judge is unhealthily obsessed with Clinton. Like, it’s disturbing.

  24. The Judge is unhealthily obsessed with Clinton. Like, it’s disturbing.

    1. Clinton is disturbing.

  25. judge: obviously if the fed does not pursue a criminal prosecution no “case law” will be created. but how will this affect future similar acts committed by federal employees? will they get a “free pass” as well?

    what about those who have done less but lost employment such as what we saw with federal air marshals who whistleblew but then fed went after them for reporting sensitive information?

    http://articles.latimes.com/20…..g-20130526

  26. Clinton lies like the proverbial Persian rug.

    Additionally, re the following from the above article: “Also earlier this week, the State Department revealed that it cannot find the emails of Bryan Pagliano for the four years that he was employed there. Who is Bryan Pagliano? He is the former information technology expert, employed by the State Department to trouble-shoot any of Mrs. Clinton’s email issues.” Will someone please tell me by what stretch of the imagine is one supposed to accept this line.

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  28. “The Judge is unhealthily obsessed with Clinton. Like, it’s disturbing.”

    Wanting to prevent a criminal psychopath from becoming president is unhealthy. Of course it is. Thank you for reminding us.

    1. A criminal psychopath vs. a lying quasi-fascist madman. Take your pick.

    2. A criminal psychopath vs. a lying quasi-fascist madman. Take your pick.

  29. In fact, just the other day the FBI indicated no criminal intent has been discovered and that no criminal action was likely. This is just a total waste of resources that pales compared to watergate and irangate. When Oliver North goes to jail then maybe small stuff like this will amount to something. The judge is having wishful partisan thinking or an attempt to think/reason. Fool.

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  31. If a person sits down and spends about five minutes in serious contemplation, it becomes awfully hard to imagine this woman being elected in November. I mean, WHY?

  32. Maybe Judge Napolitano is correct and maybe he is not….The Espionage charge is a stretch, Petreus was charged but not with espionage and it seems that to accuse Mrs. Clinton of that nefarious crime is off the charts….but that is par for the course for the FOX NEWS and right wing talk show hosts that, on a daily basis, feed their listeners with a line of reasoning that relies on buying into a false premise regarding liberals, Obama and democrats. Now we have to thank them for setting the table for the emergence of a megalomania nationalist by the name of Donald Trump. Limbaugh Hannity Levin, Ingraham, Crowly, Coulter, and even Pirro have given us someone who has no business sitting in the oval office. And until this daily tirade of nonsense stops we will not have even a chance to make any progress at all in terms of solving the very serious problems facing our nation. I was a Republican for over 40 years, ran for Congress supported by the Conservative party, and supported Republican candidates for local and national office during that time. But there is zero possibility of my supporting Trump because he is unfit to sit in the oval office

    1. Yeah, this is Reason. It’s a libertarian site, and the Judge is a libertarian, and libertarians aren’t Republicans. But, thanks for playing.

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  36. This is well argued.

    It’s really been disturbing the lies of the Jeffrey Toobin smart set that indicting Clinton turns on “intent” for gross negligence in the handling of classified material; it does not require the (higher) standard of intent. Toobin and others have consistently misled the public about the evidentiary standards.

    If Clinton did not commit gross negligence in the handling of classified material, then nobody should ever be prosecuted against this standard again.

    It’s an outrage that our elites use jesuitical parsing to try to make the law read differently than any reasonable, sane “common man” or “common woman” reading of the law would grant — whenever it is elites in the docket. Simply put, we either have a rule of law that ordinary people can understand by the plain text of the statutes, or we have a banana republic.

    Clinton is likely even more criminally implicated in scandals involving obstruction of justice and the Clinton Foundation and its various conflicts of interest — not that these are needed to prove gross negligence, which on its face is highly likely. She should be frog-marched into prison.

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  39. It may be hard to believe, but the most likely scenario is Hillary in the oval office. The corruption in our government gets a little more “in your face” every day. Neither party is beyond contempt so there is no safe haven. All we can do is choose the least disgusting option or stay home. I think that everyone who is paying attention has some sort of ominous feeling about the future. The root of that feeling is the growing realization that we are being lied to on a grand scale. Those who try to call attention to the lies are marginalized and made out to be loons and kooks. Its time to pay close attention to people like Ron Paul who have been sounding the alarm for quite a while now.

    1. I’ve been saying it for months: ladies and gentleman, your next president!

      For what you’ve done to this country, you deserve her. Have fun with that. (Present company excepted of course)

  40. Hillary’s already bad week just got worse. And it revolves around the two other unexplored bombs in her closet. The Clinton Foundations financial fun, and Bill’s mistresses. Apparently the mysterious women the Secret Service has named “The Energizer” has been outed. She is a New York socialite who low and behold runs an Energy Company… That has received millions of dollars from the Clinton Foundation. A’yup! They now have the Clinton Foundation pouring millions in money, not to mention actively lobbying for Federal Grants to Bill’s busty blonde mistress. Wow!

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  43. “She does not know what the feds know about her.”

    I find this impossible to believe. There must be droves of hardcore politicos in the FBI ranks that leak endless to the Clintons.

  44. Judge, you keep saying that Pagliano was paid to “migrate her regular State Department email account and her secret State Department email account from their secure State Department servers to her personal…server”. But your network has repeatedly reported that Hillary was never assigned a state.gov account, therefore it couldn’t have been migrated from her email account at State. What could have migrated are JWICS documents. I wish you would be more specific in your reporting, but all in all, I thank you for keeping us posted.

  45. Hillary Clinton made a deal with the devil. Is it any surprise that the devil has now come round to collect?

  46. Trump the authoritarian sitting atop a fascist mob has left me in the strange position of rooting for Hillary Clinton, who has been walking a razor’s edge for months now and eventually may get cut.

    Much as I love Gary Johnson, I worry he’s not up to this. Ah well…history makes the man, right? If Hillary implodes, Gary’s gotta step up and save us from Trump!

  47. RE: The Perfect Storm Circling Hillary Clinton

    Not to worry kiddies.
    Heil Hitlery will never go to jail.
    If she didn’t to jail for Whitewater or lying to the Watergate staff prosecuting Comrade Nixon, then she’ll never see a dark and damp jail.
    Isn’t being one of the ruling elite wonderful?

  48. The government need not prove intent for either espionage or for lying to federal agents. And it prosecutes both crimes very vigorously.

    Unless there last name is Clinton or Kennedy or something like that.

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  61. “…They (Kremlin officials) are trying to come to a meeting of the minds to determine whether the Russian government should release some 20,000 of Mrs. Clinton’s emails that it obtained either by hacking her directly or by hacking into the email of her confidante, Sid Blumenthal….”

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