Deleting Emails Is Against The Law? Who knew? – Mueller’s Latest Indictment

Remember when Hillary deleted over 33,000 emails claiming there weren’t work related even though they were subject to subpoena and a State Department request to hand them over?  Remember when she wiped her computer server clean?

Hillary claimed the deleted emails were not work related.  Of course, she decided that issue – not authorities.  Then it turned out that “after a year-long investigation, the FBI recovered more than 17,000 emails that had been deleted or otherwise not turned over to the State Department, and many of them were work-related, the FBI has said.

Of course, nothing happened to Hillary as the FBI wound down the investigation of her actions quickly and purposely to help her get on with her campaign.

Suddenly deleting emails can be illegal however.

“Robert Mueller has charged a lawyer with lying to investigators about his communications with Rick Gates, a partner of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort who also has been charged in the Russia probe.”  Of course, the Manafort indictment has nothing to do with the election meddling – the investigation Mueller is supposed to be performing.

The indictment of Manafort’s partner does not either.  But there is something interesting within the indictment.

The indictment against Alex Van der Zwaan also accuses him of deleting or otherwise not producing emails sought by the Special Counsel’s office . . .” (Original Text of ABC story that has since changed the text of its story) (CNN: Gates also deleted and then failed to produce emails he exchanged with the unnamed person in September, the charging document says).

Imagine that.  Do you think Hillary should be worried?

Read the Timeline:

Biased FBI and DOJ Officials Broke The Law And Tried To Decide The Election – an Annotated Timeline



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