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The Federal Bureau of Self-Investigation

InvestmentWatch / BY  · PUBLISHED 

by LV


Right on cue, a few days after the infamous meeting on June 27, 2016 between former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch on a Phoenix airport tarmac, FBI Director James Comey issued a highly controversial statement that exonerated Hillary Clinton of any wrongdoing in the FBI’s years-long probe into her private email server, which contained classified government documents, not to mention thousands of emails that were acid-washed away or hammered into oblivion by Clinton and her associates.  Comey said the FBI decided to close down its investigation into the Clinton “matter,” as it was then euphemistically being described by Lynch and Comey, because “no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.”  And thus it came to pass that the timely intercession of Bill Clinton, Loretta Lynch and James Comey miraculously cleared the way for Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful bid for the White House.

Sensing a miscarriage of justice, the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), over a year ago, requested that the Department of Justice (DOJ) release documentation relating to the Clinton-Lynch meeting under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The FBI responded to that request by claiming it had no documents related to the meeting.


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