FBI Probe into Hillary’s Emails Have Ballooned Into a Full Blown Investigation


What began as an inquiry into how Hillary handled her email and server has now taken on the look of a full-blown investigation.  Tom Fuentes, a former assistant director of the FBI has told Politico that based on the amount of resources and the expanding nature of the probe, it has become a full-blown investigation.  As Hillary and her propagandists are trying to bury inquiries into her emails, the FBI is conducting more interviews and widening the net they have cast in looking for answers into whether classified email was handled improperly.  Considering the fact that over 600 emails have redactions, the answer to that question seems to be without a doubt.

“This sounds to me like it’s more than a preliminary inquiry; it sounds like a full-blown investigation,” said Tom Fuentes, former assistant director of the FBI. “When you have this amount of resources going into it …. I think it’s at the investigative level.”
From Politico:

The agency (FBI) has asked for documents from Tania Neild, the New York-based technology broker for millionaires, who put the Clintons in touch with Platte River Networks.

Neild confirmed the FBI request in an interview with POLITICO, saying the agency asked her to appear with written documents relating to the advice she gave to her client about negotiating with Platte River. Her company, InfoGrate, acts as a middle man between high-worth individuals and companies that oversee their personal technologies, such as emails.

Neild operates under a confidentiality agreement with all her clients. She said the nondisclosure arrangement precluded her from cooperating with the Senate Homeland Security Committee, which is also investigating the server issue and reached out to her for an interview. But the FBI notice, she said, trumped her confidentiality agreement.

The FBI is under no obligation to announce when an investigation is expanding and as a general rule, they will refuse to.  But considering the new scope, it is abundantly clear that what they have found has gotten their attention and they are investigating each lead thoroughly.


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