FBI: Hillary Clinton’s “Extreme Carelessness” Doesn’t Warrant Charges

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“Extreme carelessness” isn’t worth indicting Hillary Clinton over, the FBI announced today. So ignorance of the law is now an official excuse. [cartoon]

aNewDomain — First President Bill Clinton spoke with Attorney General Loretta Lynch in a secret meeting. Now the FBI announces it does not recommend indicting Hillary Clinton for her private email server and destruction of public documents — because she had no obvious intent to break the law, just “extreme carelessness” of it.

Whatever happened to “ignorance of the law is no excuse?”

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  • Except intent has nothing to do with the mishandling of classified information laws. Pure accidents that merely could have revealed unclassified information to unauthorized parties are fully chargeable, try-able, convictable, and punishable felony offenses.