Thursday, September 08, 2016

Chaffetz calls for obstruction of justice review in Clinton email case

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, asked the U.S. District Attorney for the District of Columbia on Tuesday to look into whether Hillary Clinton and her aides obstructed justice by destroying federal records that had been requested by the government.

In his letter to the DA's office, Chaffetz cited findings from the FBI's year-long probe that suggested aides to the Democratic nominee scrambled to wipe the memories of any device that contained Clinton's emails after the House Select Committee on Benghazi issued a preservation order for those records.

Chaffetz also pointed to the use of BleachBit, an anonymous deletion tool, in his request for an obstruction of review of Clinton's activities.

His letter follows an FBI report that suggested Clinton and her staff withheld thousands of emails from the administration and even used a hammer to destroy some of the devices that had once stored those emails.



Steve said...

Well, it's so obvious, but who wants to raise there hand as the next "accidental death" victim?

I mean, that's what it's come down to.

How about we all vote Trump. and everybody gets to stay alive?

Anonymous said...

well said 8:12

Anonymous said...

Only person in history to run a campaign on not showing up to the press and FBI investigations. Completely blown away and scared how much power CNN has.

Anonymous said...

"Ranking Member" Elijah the Communist will get right on that, after he screws True The Vote.