Sunday, October 30, 2016

HEY HILLARY! WHY A WARRANT IF NOTHING TO HIDE?

THE-VILLAGE-IDIOT: HEY HILLARY! WHY A WARRANT IF NOTHING TO HIDE?



If Hillary is innocent of any wrong doing the simplest way to put the email issue to rest is to give up her emails; release them to the public, no holds barred.



I think that would happen only in one's dreams since Hillary has fought anyone and everyone who wanted a peek tooth and nail to this very day.



Why such a fuss if she has nothing to hide?



There's a simple answer to that question and most logical thinking eople know it.



FBI obtains search warrant to search newly discovered emails potentially relevant to Clinton investigation - The Washington Post


The FBI has obtained a warrant to search the emails found on a computer used by former Congressman Anthony Weiner that may contain evidence relevant to the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, according to law enforcement officials.

One official said the total number of emails recovered in the Weiner investigation is close to 650,000 — though that reflects many emails that are not in any way relevant to the Clinton investigation. Officials familiar with the case said, though, the messages include a significant amount of correspondence associated with Clinton and her top aide Huma Abedin, Weiner’s estranged wife.

The agents investigating Clinton’s use of a private email server knew early this month that messages recovered in a separate probe might be germane to their case, but they waited weeks before briefing the FBI director, according to people familiar with the case.

FBI Director James B. Comey has written that he was informed of the development Thursday, and he sent a letter to legislators the next day letting them know that he thought the team should take “appropriate investigative steps designed to allow investigators to review these emails.”

That missive ignited a political firestorm less than two weeks before the election. Almost instantly, Comey came under intense criticism for his timing and for bucking the Justice Department’s guidance not to tell Congress about the development. And his announcement means that Clinton could have to contend with the news that the FBI has resumed its investigation of her use of a private email server — without any real clarity on if its investigators will actually find anything significant — up to and beyond Election Day.