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originally posted by: IridescentPhoenix
I've held a TS clearance and know what is takes to do what she and her staff did. A former subordinate of mine is working the case with the FBI anf she's going to prison.
§ 3101. Records management by agency heads; general duties
The head of each Federal agency shall make and preserve records containing adequate and proper documentation of the organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures, and essential transactions of the agency and designed to furnish the information necessary to protect the legal and financial rights of the Government and of persons directly affected by the agency’s activities.
§ 3105. Safeguards
The head of each Federal agency shall establish safeguards against the removal or loss of records the head of such agency determines to be necessary and required by regulations of the Archivist. Safeguards shall include making it known to officials and employees of the agency--
(1) that records in the custody of the agency are not to be alienated or destroyed except in accordance with sections 3301-3314 of this title, and
(2) the penalties provided by law for the unlawful removal or destruction of records.
§ 3106. Unlawful removal, destruction of records
(a) FEDERAL AGENCY NOTIFICATION.—The head of each Federal agency shall notify the Archivist of any actual, impending, or threatened unlawful removal, defacing, alteration, corruption, deletion, erasure, or other destruction of records in the custody of the agency, and with the assistance of the Archivist shall initiate action through the Attorney General for the recovery of records the head of the Federal agency knows or has reason to believe have been unlawfully removed from that agency, or from another Federal agency whose records have been transferred to the legal custody of that Federal agency.
(b) ARCHIVIST NOTIFICATION.—In any case in which the head of the Federal agency does not initiate an action for such recovery or other redress within a reasonable period of time after being notified of any such unlawful action described in subsection (a), or is participating in, or believed to be participating in any such unlawful action, the Archivist shall request the Attorney General to initiate such an action, and shall notify the Congress when such a request has been made.
originally posted by: queenofswords
a reply to: Xcathdra
There is so much to hang her on right now, I have been baffled as to why the FBI hasn't moved in on her yet. My only conclusion is that this goes way deeper than using a private server to conduct State business on, and this investigation is unraveling the tangled web. To arrest her prematurely might be a mistake.
I have seen comments that if no action is taken against Clinton top members of the FBI will supposedly resign and share the info with the public.
If no one wants to hold her accountable, and she is still allowed to continue on her road to the presidency, what can be done?
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: DJW001
Americans may have had enough of the democrats though..
originally posted by: queenofswords
The one thing I have been confused about is the "why" by Obama for not appointing an official standing IG for Hillary's State Department. The acting IG has a lot of controversy surrounding him, and did not do the kind of oversight he should have done.
Is Obama smarter than the Clintons? Did he give her and Bill just enough rope to hang themselves? Or...was Obama part and parcel of their scheme.
I'm leaning more toward 21st century style espionage. I hope James Comey and his team have the right stuff.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: butcherguy
A special prosecutor could be appointed.
And who is it that would be appointing this special prosecutor?
The same person who has appointed the ones in the DOJ?