Friday, May 18, 2018

Report: Inspector General Will Declare FBI, DOJ Broke Law in Clinton Email Probe


Ed. Ruh Roh! But HOLD ON THAR! A new report "suggests" that the I.G. "may" rule...

Yep. Sounds a lot like Washington, D.C. doesn't it!  One taxpayer-paid bureaucrat simply can't bring himself to gore the ox of a fellow taxpayer-paid bureaucrat. That's why the 'Retirement Gambit' works so well. Simply retire from your over-paid, government position and any thought of  legal prosecution is retired right along with you! 

Well, I suppose we'll see.

The following article appeared in Breitbart on May 17th

By Joshua Caplan

A new report suggests an imminent Inspector General (IG) report may rule that FBI and Justice Department officials broke the law in their handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
McCabe, Comey and Rosenstein

Investigative reporter Paul Sperry said Thursday that Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz has “found ‘reasonable grounds’ for believing there has been a violation of federal criminal law in the FBI/DOJ’s handling of the Clinton investigation/s,” adding that the top watchdog official has “referred his findings of potential criminal misconduct to Huber for possible criminal prosecution.”

A tweet by Paul Sperry:

BREAKING: IG Horowitz has found "reasonable grounds" for believing there has been a violation of federal criminal law in the FBI/DOJ's handling of the Clinton investigation/s and has referred his findings of potential criminal misconduct to Huber for possible criminal prosecution

In response to growing calls for a second special counsel to probe the Clinton email probe, along with FISA abuses that took place during the 2016 election, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in March the appointment of Utah’s top federal prosecutor, John Huber, to probe potential wrongdoing.
I.G. Michael Horowitz

It was revealed this week that the Inspector General’s highly-anticipated report was submitted for review.

“Those invited to review the report were told they would have to sign nondisclosure agreements in order to read it, people familiar with the matter said. They are expected to have a few days to craft a response to any criticism in the report, which will then be incorporated in the final version to be released in coming weeks,” the Wall Street Journal reported.

Multiple reports suggest the report will be made public by the end of May.



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