The FBI could release on Wednesday the details of its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, according to news reports.
The FBI’s investigation led FBI Director James Comey to the controversial decision not to bring criminal charges against Hillary Clinton, even as he characterized Clinton as being “extremely careless” with the nation’s secrets.
Comey came to the novel determination that Clinton did not “intend” to break the nation’s security laws, meaning she did not “intend” her email server to showcase vital intelligence to enemy hackers.
Even as he applied the unusual “intention” ruling to Clinton’s case, Comey warned that no other case would be afforded such lenient judgment.
The news of the pending release of the FBI report comes on the heels of news that dozens of Hillary Clinton emails about the terror attack on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya had only now been found after she insisted such messages didn’t exist.
Up to 15,000 “missing” emails have been discovered of which roughly 30 pertain to the debacle at Benghazi that ended in the deaths of four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens.
These emails were apparently not included in the original FBI investigation and no one is quite sure why they were excluded.
During the investigation, the agency interviewed Clinton for several hours at FBI headquarters in Washington just days before announcing its decision to close the investigation. The Justice Department accepted the FBI’s recommendation.
Despite the FBI Director’s finding of no “intent,” though, recent revelations that Hillary tried to permanently destroy emails
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