SHOCKING Details Emerge About Comey's Infamous Hillary Statement

  • 11/07/2017
  • Source: AAN
  • by: Remington Strelivo
SHOCKING Details Emerge About Comey's Infamous Hillary Statement
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New documents reveal that former FBI Director James Comey deliberately changed the wording in his statement on Hillary Clinton's then-burgeoning email scandal to avoid saying she was grossly negligent.

In July 2016, Comey famously delivered a statement about Hillary Clinton's email server and the fact that she had sent and received classified documents.

The statement initially read: "Here is evidence to support a conclusion that Secretary Clinton, and others, used the private email server in a manner that was grossly negligent with respect to the handling of classified material."

But, when Comey read the statement publically, he called her conduct extremely careless.

According to experts, the change is significant. Federal law states that gross negligence in the handling of government intelligence is a punishable crime with prison time and fines (RELATED: REPORT: Comey Made Decision To Not Prosecute Hillary Before Interviewing Witnesses).

Appearing on Fox & Friends, Judge Andrew Napolitano succinctly explained the former-FBI Director's rationale, "James Comey thought he could pull a fast one on the American people by using a slightly less offensive sounding term – 'extremely careless' and thereby exonerate her."
 
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