Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in on the bombshell report yesterday that Hillary Clinton’s email server contained highly sensitive data classified above ‘Top Secret.’
It’s becoming harder and harder to find reasons that Hillary should not be indicted for failing to protect national security interests.
Via Fox News Insider:
Judge Napolitano said on America’s Newsroom that in light of this new information, “it’s hard to believe that the FBI will not recommend indictment of Mrs. Clinton.”
He said that the alleged crime would be negligence and failure by Mrs. Clinton “to protect national security secrets.”
“The evidence of that is overwhelming. What’s new … is that she failed to protect information of the highest possible category,” said Napolitano.
Napolitano further explained that the situation is as serious as that involving Gen. David Petraeus. Both Petraeus and Clinton signed a non-disclosure agreement. Hillary’s can be found here: HRC-classified-NDA1
Petraeus, for his mishandling of sensitive data, received two years of probation and a $100,000 fine, and is currently being considered for a retroactive demotion.
“The fact that she failed to safeguard that [intelligence], that she put it on a non-secured, non-government server after she swore an oath – the same oath General Petraeus did – to secure it, makes her a prime candidate for prosecution,” Napolitano explained.
Watch the judge’s assessment here:
Here is a brief report on Clinton’s server having ‘above top secret’ documents:
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