Thank you judge! Now let’s see how Hillary dodges that one.
Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to the latest developments in the Hillary Clinton email scandal, saying it’s “obvious” that Clinton violated the law in the same way as Gen. David Petraeus.
Clinton told reporters Saturday that she never sent or received classified information via private email when she served as secretary of state, and that the facts on the issue “are pretty clear.”
Clinton maintains that any classified information in her private emails was deemed classified after the fact.
The Justice Department is now looking into what information was exchanged on Clinton’s private server. The probe, which comes after a referral from the inspector general of the intelligence community, is not a criminal one and is not specifically targeting Clinton, the DOJ says.
Napolitano said he cannot say for sure which of Clinton’s emails contained classified information, but noted that some of the messages that are now public referred to the “location of jets over Libya” and “the location of Ambassador Stevens … in Libya.”
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