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Judge Napolitano: Clinton Espionage Evidence Is Overwhelming. Will Obama Block Prosecution? – OpEd

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In a new video report at Fox News, former New Jersey Judge Andrew Napolitano predicts that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will “very soon” recommend the prosecution of Hillary Clinton for espionage based on her alleged reckless handling of US government secrets while she was Secretary of State. That indictment recommendation, Napolitano explains, will bring the matter into the “political sphere” in which President Barack Obama will have the power either to allow or prevent a prosecution.

Napolitano states:

The evidence of her failure to care for national security secrets is now well documented, overwhelming, publicly known, and publicly understood. We can expect very soon that the FBI will recommend an indictment.

Napolitano proceeds to explain that such a recommendation is not enough to ensure that a prosecution occurs. The FBI’s recommendation, says Napolitano, will just move the matter “into the political sphere.” There, he declares, the big question is “What will the president do about it?”

Watch Napolitano’s report here:

Napolitano is an Advisory Board member for the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity.

This article was published by the RonPaul Institute.

2 thoughts on “Judge Napolitano: Clinton Espionage Evidence Is Overwhelming. Will Obama Block Prosecution? – OpEd

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    February 5, 2016 at 4:44 am
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    If the FBI recommends that the DOJ convene a grand jury for indictment(s) issued against Hillary Clinton and the DOJ does not proceed due to inference by the Obama administration, won’t that set a presences preventing the DOJ from being able to prosecute future mishandling of classified to top secret government documents, perjury, obstruction of justice, destruction of evidence, espionage, negligence, dereliction of duty, etc case when someone commits the same alleged crimes that Clinton is being accused of? Since justice is suppose to be blind, how can the DOJ possibly justify giving Clinton a “pass” but then prosecute any future cases that are similar to Clinton’s? And will the lower courts be able prosecute perjury, obstruction of justice, negligence cases in felony or civil matters when the DOJ didn’t pursue the law? For example, couldn’t a defense attorney argue that since the DOJ didn’t prosecute Clinton for committing perjury,that the lower courts can’t either since the DOJ has established even though it’s a violation, it is not a prosecutable crime? For the law of the land to be fair, the law must apply to everyone – no exceptions. Therefore what is good for one must be good for all. And if the DOJ doesn’t proceed with a grand jury then the DOJ needs to overturn all previous convictions that are similar to Clinton’s alleged crimes. Fair is fair, the DOJ can’t have it one way for one specific person because who they are and another way for everyone else.

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    February 5, 2016 at 1:25 pm
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    What will Team Obama do? Does anyone really expect that they will decapitate the best and only real chance the progressives have to hold onto the presidency? The entire investigation was pointless from the start.

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