From the Washington Post:
The Justice Department has granted immunity to a former State Department staffer, who worked on Hillary Clinton’s private email server, as part of a criminal investigation into the possible mishandling of classified information, according to a senior law enforcement official.
The official said the FBI had secured the cooperation of Bryan Pagliano, who worked on Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign before setting up the server in her New York home in 2009.
As the FBI looks to wrap up its investigation in the coming months, agents are likely to want to interview Clinton and her senior aides about the decision to use a private server, how it was set up, and whether any of the participants knew they were sending classified information in emails, current and former officials said.I wrote this post in August: "Petraeus prosecutor going after Hillary."
This is what I wrote in October:
Remember how Barbara Bush said that the word she would describe Hillary Clinton with "rhymes with witch"? Well, Hillary rhymes with perjury and Andrew Napolitano on Fox News thinks that may be a problem for her.
“I think that the FBI will recommend to the Justice Department that she be indicted,” the judge said on Megyn Kelly's show.
She is lying about her email, but she lies about everything. And her husband got away with perjury by falsely testifying, under oath in a deposition, that he did not have sex with Monica Lewinsky -- a lie he later repeated to the American people.
Her fate is in the hands of Barack Obama. To protect his legacy, he may have to throw her in prison.And I wrote this in January:
Former federal prosecutor Joseph diGenova, who represents whistleblowers at the State Department, is convinced the FBI and Attorney General Loretta Lynch will have a showdown when the investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails wraps up in the next 60 days.
He told radio talker Laura Ingraham: "They have reached a critical mass in their investigation of the secretary and all of her senior staff. And, it's going to come to a head, I would suggest, in the next 60 days."
DiGenova seems to be a reliable source given his background (he helped prosecute John Hinckley) and his clientele.And a few weeks later, I wrote this:
Prosecuting Hillary is a winner for Obama as it feeds her to the Left, which has hated her ever since the Hillarycare debacle. Prosecution also makes him look honest. Think what you may of him, but there is a decency about him, and he did block her from the presidency. Judging by how craven for power she is -- how she mistreats others -- she would have been worse. Far worse.
We shall see what happens. But do not be surprised if, at the end of the drama that will ensue once they send the report and recommendation to the White House, if Obama (via Attorney General Loretta Lynch) approves the seeking of an indictment or the filing of an information.
That is how I see it. What do I know?And today, I still know nothing. I am a fool. I sit on my hill and watch the world spinning round.