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A newly discovered document shows that then-FBI Director Comey authored a draft statement accusing Clinton of mishandling classified documents and being “grossly negligent.”
It was written a full two months before Clinton was ever interviewed by the FBI.
However, sometime before Comey's press briefing, the words “gross negligence” were edited out with red lines. The words “extremely careless” were substituted.
This appears to show that Comey knew Clinton violated the law, but subsequently resolved to conjure a way to exonerate her by altering the language.
He employed it as an excuse to protect Clinton from prosecution, in a case that should have rendered no fewer than 110 criminal charges against her.
originally posted by: incoserv
I've said it before, I all say it again: Rolling heads and pools of blood coming from criminal proceedings would go a long way to restoring my confidence in our government.
At present, I have none.