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Hillary Clinton Admits She Lied About Emails In FBI Investigation As Agents Find Examples Of Her Breaking The Law

August 28. 2015

 

Joe Biden to Hillary Clinton: boy are you in trouble!

FBI investigators working for the Department of Justice have found instances of U.S. presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, breaking the law in the email scandal that has enveloped her candidacy. Clinton, in her former post as U.S. Secretary of State, knew she was not permitted to send government emails containing classified information from her private email address/server, as it compromises national security, making state secrets vulnerable to hackers. However, she did exactly that.

This criminal misconduct violated federal law and exhibited poor judgment on Clinton's part. Clinton also destroyed the evidence, or so she thought, ordering the emails be deleted, in conduct that constitutes a felony. However, the FBI was able to retrieve the evidence. As stated in the column previously, computer experts are able to run hard drives backward and retrieve deleted data (Hillary Clinton Under Investigation By The FBI As Her Deleted Emails Are Being Retrieved From Her Personal Server). It requires many hours to do so, but it can be done.     

The ongoing criminal investigation into Clinton has so far unearthed two examples of the presidential hopeful violating said government policy that is federal law, in deeds that compromised national security. Clinton has since admitted she did indeed violate this government policy, when previously she publicly lied stating she never sent classified emails from her private email account/server.

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