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originally posted by: Stormdancer777
originally posted by: MotherMayEye
originally posted by: Plotus
It seems as though some of these speakers are only smoozing for their constituents to appear as looking out for their party interests.
Many of these people have no business being on this committee. Some have prevented actual oversight with their five minutes of partisan blather.
It terrible watching this happen,
originally posted by: texasgirl
originally posted by: stosh64
wow, she was NOT under oath and it was not recorded.
WT absolute F?
What?! When the FBI interviewed her?
originally posted by: JetBlackStare
a reply to: MystikMushroom
Not just us. There have been editorials from around the country by prosecutors who say they would have brought the case. Some linked on ATS.
Besides, Comey's own barometer is a "reasonable person". A "reasonable person" would know it was classified. A "reasonable person" wouldn't bring charges.
Well lots of "reasonable people" across this nation -some legal experts, some not - think that sounds like hedging, self-serving bull#.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
At the end of the day, Hillary still gets to walk away and become president.
The US of A has become a joke.
Apparently, her interview did not yield anything worth mention.
originally posted by: kaylaluv
a reply to: Martin75
You never heard of unintentional killings? I just read a local news story about a man who accidentally shot his 14-year-old son at the shooting range when he reached to get a hot shell casing out of his shirt with his hand holding his gun and his finger on the trigger. The gun went off, the bullet ricocheted and hit the boy in his jugular vein, killing him. It was clear with witness testimony that he had no intent to kill his son. He was not charged with murder, though no one can argue that he was careless with his gun. Extreme carelessness with a weapon? Yep. Murder? No.