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Cheryl Mills Loses Immunity, Could Be Prosecuted for Perjury


A recent Wikileaks email proves that Cheryl Mills lied to the FBI.  During the first investigation, she was given immunity.  Immunity is not absolute.  You can lose it if you either withhold information or commit perjury.  She did both.  She was able to claim lawyer/client privilege because she claimed she didn’t know about Hillary’s private server until she left the State Department.


Mills testified before the FBI that she didn’t know about the private server until it became a legal problem on March 18th, 2015.  But, if you check the date on the email, it’s March 7th, 2015, 11 days before she said she found out about it.  That’s perjury.

If Trump is elected, she will be getting visits from all kinds of law enforcement agencies.

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