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The FBI Has Interviewed Huma Abedin at Least Once…Will Interview Hillary Soon

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While people have been guessing when the FBI would get around to questioning Hillary’s top aides, but unbeknownst to us, the FBI has been questioning them already, some more than 1 time.  They are also working with Clinton to question her.  They are allowing her to schedule the interview during an off day from campaigning.

CNN reports:

The fact that Clinton is a presidential candidate active on the campaign trail presents some logistical challenges for the FBI, which has been quietly bringing witnesses into an FBI office without drawing attention.

Clinton’s security is provided by the Secret Service and she’s typically followed by a corps of campaign reporters. The FBI plans to coordinate her interview with her attorneys and security to try to ensure it can be done privately.

The FBI is expected to finish their investigation over the next few weeks and then will make their recommendations to the Injustice Department, so that Lynch can ignore the evidence and the recommendation for charges.  The FBI has briefed the Injustice Department, who claim there is no evidence that Clinton broke the law.  That is mainly because if the FBI actually told anyone they believe Hillary has committed a crime, they couldn’t question her because of the Fifth Amendment, which would kick in the moment they declare her as a target in the probe.

More from CNN:

CNN has previously reported that another former Clinton employee, Bryan Pagliano, who helped set up the server has provided documents and other materials as well as interviews to the FBI, under an immunity agreement. FBI officials overseeing the probe now expect to complete their work in the next few weeks and then turn over the findings to the Justice Department, which will make a final decision on whether to bring charges against anyone. Prosecutors from the Justice Department’s national security division and from the U.S. Attorney’s office in Alexandria, Va., have helped coordinate the FBI probe, closely overseeing investigative steps, the U.S. officials say.

 

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