11 days to the election and the FBI has "reopened" their investigation into Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified information via Blackberry's using her personal private email server containing secret and top secret classified information.
An initial FBI investigation determined that Clinton was "extremely careless" but no criminal charges were filed...even though Clinton expressly denied ever sending classified material via her private server (which was not authorized to hold classified information) the FBI investigation determined that Clinton personally wrote 104 out of the 2,100 email recovered.
Today James Comey, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced that new emails in connect to an unrelated case may also have contained classified formation and that those emails are now currently under investigation.
I have said many times that this scandal was not over and that the investigation into this scandal was far from over...the questions now are will it have any effect on Clinton's presidential run and if she wins are will we already be starting off her new term quagmired by controversy and political scandal...perhaps even federal crimes? How does this relate to the recent release of information on this by Wikileaks...or does it? So she be held accountable? Why has she been "except" so far when there are at least a dozen other people that have gone to jail and/or fined for far less offenses in mishandling of classified information? Remember Sandy Berger? Fined $50,000 w/2 years probation and stripped of his security clearance for removing files from the National Archives and lying about it? Or Maj. Jason Brezler being discharged from the marines for sending classified information using his private email server?
Three federal laws Clinton may have broken:
Executive Order 13526 and 18 U.S.C Sec. 793(f) of the federal code make it unlawful to send of store classified information on personal email in addition to the Federal Records Act and the State Department’s Foreign Affairs Manual regarding records management.
Section 1236.22 of the 2009 National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
Violation of the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA)
I am opening up a room for POLITICAL TALK today...so what do you all think about this new bombshell announcement?