The Federal Bureau of Investigations has come forward to say that many of the emails found on Hillary Clinton’s personal email server are “too damaging” to release.
The statement, provided to Fox News was corroborated by the State Department that found 22 documents that would be held “in full” due to their Top Secret designation.
The penalty for mishandling classified information can carry sentences of up to 10 years in prison.
Worse for Hillary are the documents found by the FBI. Investigators found documents considered “special access programs” that are a significant level up from the Top Secret designation.
It will be up to President Obama’s justice department to prosecute the former first lady, which is highly dependent upon his personal relationship with the president . . . rather than according to the law.
This week, Hillary recommended Barack Obama for a seat on the Supreme Court if she were to be elected as the first female president.