“Legal experts say investigators could be looking into potential violations of Section 1924 of Title 18, which deals with the unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents or material, or even the Espionage Act, which makes it a crime for anyone ‘through gross negligence,’ to allow the loss, theft or removal of classified information or fails to promptly report such mishandling to his superior,” Kumar writes.
“If she is indicted, she will face further questions about her honesty and perhaps even calls for her to step aside,” Kumar states. “If she isn’t indicted, as many legal experts predict, critics will accuse the Obama administration of letting her escape charges merely because they want her to win the White House.”
Former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, a 12-year agency veteran who served under presidents Bush and Obama, said on the Alex Jones Show Friday that the Lynch scandal is yet another major blow to Hillary – who he believes will be indicted.
“Bill Clinton met with Lynch, and he was there to assure her that when Hillary gets to be president she’ll be able to keep her job,” said Nichols. “I would imagine he gave Lynch a slip of paper that had on it a couple of things about the career prosecutors that are working the case. What was on that? The things they have on them. The drugs, women, men, whatever.”