FBI Source: Decision Not to Prosecute Clinton from the Top

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Fox News has acquired new information from an inside FBI source closely involved in the criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s personal email server. The source, whose identity and role in the case has been verified by Fox, claims that the desire to prosecute was virtually unanimous among agents and trial-level attorneys working on the investigation.

“No trial level attorney agreed, no agent working the case agreed, with the decision not to prosecute — it was a top-down decision,” said the source.

Judge Andrew Napolitano, a senior judicial analyst for Fox News, believes that many of the agents involved in the Clinton email investigation concur:

“It is well known that the FBI agents on the ground, the human beings who did the investigative work, had built an extremely strong case against Hillary Clinton and were furious when the case did not move forward,” said Napolitano. “They believe the decision not to prosecute came from The White House.”

The Fox News source is one such agent — believing that FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Loretta Lynch sold out to Clinton, posturing for longer tenures in their positions.

“Every agent and attorney I have spoken to is embarrassed and has lost total respect for James Comey and Loretta Lynch,” the source said. “The bar for DOJ is whether the evidence supports a case for charges — it did here. It should have been taken to the grand jury … Loretta Lynch simply wants to stay on as Attorney General under Clinton, so there is no way she would indict … James Comey thought his position [excoriating Clinton even as he let her off the hook] gave himself cover to remain on as director regardless of who wins.”

Is this sufficient evidence to indict not only Hillary Clinton, but also James Comey and Loretta Lynch, if this source were to testify? Let us know your thoughts on Facebook or in the comments below.

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