Documents released by the FBI on its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state paint the picture of “a serious, but flawed investigation hindered by a lack of cooperation,” according to a new report.
They (Comey/Obama/Clinton campaign) FBI get the equivalent of wiped phones from the Clinton lawyers and do nothing? https://t.co/0QB8wP63N7
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) July 11, 2017
“They (the FBI) were played by Mrs. Clinton’s lawyers and didn’t care,” Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, told Fox News.
The FBI documents note that the material gathered included potential grand jury materials. The FBI chose not to indict Clinton, although she was chastised for carelessly handling classified information.
The FBI released 42 pages that were heavily redacted, and said an additional 325 pages were not released at all.
One redacted exchange reveals communications between the FBI and one of Clinton’s attorneys, Katherine Turner, a partner at the firm Williams & Connolly.
In the document, Turner agrees to give the FBI one of Clinton’s iPads and two of her BlackBerrys.
However, the documents show that neither device had its SIM card or Secure Digital (SD) card.
Further, 13 mobile devices identified by the FBI as possibly having been used by Clinton were never located.
“We are presuming there are still 13 devices at issue,” Fitton said “The new records show how badly the Obama Justice Department and FBI mishandled the Clinton email investigation. They get the equivalent of wiped phones from the Clinton lawyers and do nothing?”
Fitton said that the documents show the investigation was not pushed as hard as it should have been.
“The Trump Justice Department needs to audit this mess and figure out if the Clinton matters need to be reopened or reinvigorated,” he said.
Previous reports have said that Clinton had her phones destroyed and that aides sometimes used a hammer to accomplish the task.
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