posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 09:20 PM
a reply to: chr0naut
Let me just say I appreciate your reply. Not just here, but you're always polite, respectful, logical but firmly hold your ground. It's rare to find
anyone doing that these days. So from the gate, you have my respect
And you are correct that having a home server isn't a crime, but using it to house classified information is definitely a crime here in the states.
It's very black and white. Worse yet is the separate offense of removing SCI (national security information) from a SCIF (the sole place SCI may be
consumed, stored, transmitted, etc).
Despite Comey's unprecedented decision to make a charging decision (vs a grand jury) her conduct meets the very letter of illegal conduct under the
Additionally, it was after being notified of the FBI search warrant (this is never announced in advance) she then deleted some 33,000 emails subject
to the Search warrant.
In all, she definitely committed at least 4 separate criminal acts in violation if multiple US laws. 3 of which are felony level federal offenses
Unfortunately the DOJs head, the AG, had a secret meeting with the suspect's husband during the investigation making a charging decision impossible to
It is unfortunate this was not pursued, because it has caused many Americans to lose faith in the federal system of justice. The FISA abuse, criminal
spying and numerous double standards have all but eradicated what little trust was left