An Obama-Appointed judge has just let Hillary Clinton get way with one of her most atrocious crimes.
Relatives of the 2012 Benghazi attack filed a lawsuit against Hillary, to which the judge dismissed it.
District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled that Clinton neither enabled the Benghazi attack because of her private email server nor defamed the victims’ parents following the attack.
The parents of murdered State Department officer Sean Smith and late CIA Agent Tyrone Woods brought the lawsuit.
The Benghazi families brought the suit last August.
Their claim was that she caused their sons’ death during her service as Secretary of State because of her unsecure way of sharing classified information on a private email server.
Due to this unprofessional manner of handling classified details, the families are alleging that terrorists got their hands on the information to plot the attack.
The wrongful death claims have been dismissed on ‘technical grounds’ because the emails were sent and received as part of Hillary’s official duties.
Politico reports: “The Court finds that Secretary Clinton was acting in the scope of her employment when she transmitted the emails that are alleged to give rise to her liability,” Jackson wrote in her 29-page opinion. “The untimely death of plaintiffs’ sons is tragic, and the Court does not mean to minimize the unspeakable loss that plaintiffs have suffered in any way. But when one applies the appropriate legal standards, it is clear that plaintiffs have not alleged sufficient facts to rebut the presumption that Secretary Clinton was acting in her official capacity when she used her private email server.”
Sounds like a bunch of bullsh*t, we know.
Being that everyone knows the Benghazi attack was a complete administration muck up by Obama and Hillary, the judge stated a warning.
“Nothing about this decision should be construed as making any determination or expressing any opinion about the propriety of the use of the private email server or the content or accuracy of the statements made by the Secretary to the family members or to anyone else in the days following the Benghazi attack,” the judge wrote.
Here is the big issue with this. The judge wasn’t supposed to be making an official ruling on whether Hillary’s use of her private servers was legal.
For the purposes of the suit, “it…does not matter whether Secretary Clinton used a private email server lawfully or unlawfully. Instead, the relevant inquiry is whether Secretary Clinton’s electronic communications with State Department personnel about official business during her tenure were within the scope of her employment as the head of the State Department,” the judge said. “Her actions – communicating with other State Department personnel and advisors about the official business of the department – fall squarely within the scope of her duty to run the Department and conduct the foreign affairs of the nation as Secretary of State.”
Now addressing the defamation claims, here is what Jackson concluded: “Secretary Clinton did not refer to plaintiffs as liars,” Jackson noted. “Plaintiffs may find the candidate’s statements in her own defense to be ‘unpleasant or offensive,’ but Secretary Clinton did not portray plaintiffs as ‘odious, infamous, or ridiculous….’ To the contrary, the statements portray plaintiffs as normal parents, grieving over the tragic loss of their loved ones.”
As much as America was glad to get rid of Obama, his minions are still at work.
Hillary should really be rotting in a prison cell over this.