by Ralph Ely | TLB Staff
We can only imagine what Hillary Clinton’s private thoughts are when it comes to WikiLeaks and Julian Assange. Publically she seems to slough off the subject as easily as W.C. Fields when he said, “Go Away Kid, You Bother Me.”
Likewise, we can only imagine why the FBI is taking (in time) all 9 lives of a cat to get to the bottom of the Clinton-Email scandal.
Is it not amazing how quickly the FBI can put together a “false flag” operation, but they seem to be “operating in molasses” when it comes to Hillary Clinton and “the email” investigation. Wikileaks and Julian Assange appear to be able to put a “clear lens” on the picture.
According to Mark Tran writing in The Guardian:
“Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, [pictured here] has said his organisation is preparing to publish more emails Hillary Clinton sent and received while US secretary of state.
Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, is under FBI investigation to determine whether she broke federal law by using her private email in sending classified information. A new WikiLeaks release of Clinton emails is likely to fan a controversy that has bedevilled her campaign and provide further ammunition for Donald Trump, her Republican presidential rival, who has used the issue to attack her.
Assange’s comments came in an interview on ITV’s Peston on Sunday. “We have upcoming leaks in relation to Hillary Clinton … We have emails pending publication, that is correct,” Assange said.He did not specify when or how many emails would be published.
WikiLeaks launched a searchable archive in March of 30,322 emails and email attachments sent to and from Clinton’s private email server while she was secretary of state. The 50,547 pages of documents are from 30 June 2010 to 12 August 2014, and 7,570 of the documents were sent by Clinton, who served as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.”
The attacks by Assange on Clinton may be pushed aside by some as highly partial, but the email controversy continues to be a bone of contention on both the left and the right side of the political spectrum. An internal report last month found she had broken several government rules by using a private server rather than more secure official communication systems.
According to The Daily Mail, an FBI agent says Hillary Clinton could go to prison just for failing to tell President Barack Obama that she was sidestepping security protocols and running her own private email server when she ran the State Department. Obama said flatly on ’60 Minutes’ that he wasn’t aware Clinton was operating a home-brew email server while she was America’s top diplomat.
A quick video and picture review via the Daily Mail is a reminder of how serious the charges are against Clinton:
THE COST OF GROSS NEGLIGENCE? DailyMail.com found that Datto Inc, one of the two companies tasked with managing Clinton’s private email server, operates this unsecured server farm with open trash dumpsters near a public road in Pennsylvania. [pictured above]
It appears to be a political tug of war at the expense of the truth
The Daily Mail also reported that “a raft of FBI agents vented anonymously to The New York Times about seeing the White House step on their investigation.
Ron Hosko, a retired senior F.B.I. official who now leads the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, said it was wrong of Obama to ‘suggest what side of the investigation he is on’ while an investigation is still underway.”
“Injecting politics into what is supposed to be a fact-finding inquiry leaves a foul taste in the F.B.I.’s mouth,’ Hosko told the Times, ‘and makes them fear that no matter what they find, the Justice Department will take the president’s signal and not bring a case.”
What does Clinton face if charged under *18 U.S. Code § 793? It calls for a 10-year prison sentence for anyone convicted of ‘gross negligence’ that permits such information to be ‘removed from its proper place.’
Hillary Clinton may be able to brush off and dismiss Julian Assange with a “Go Away Kid” attitude, but not so with the American Patriots and the Real Media Reporters/Writers that want nothing less than the Turth!
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Click here to read *ESPIONAGE ACT: THE LETTER OF THE LAW… from 18 U.S. Code § 793 – Gathering, transmitting or losing defense information.