A federal grand jury supplied FBI agents with subpoenas to thoroughly examine Hillary Clinton’s BlackBerry devices a year ago, court papers presented to the Judicial Watch show.
Based on the reports of the watchdog group, FBI counterintelligence official E.W. Priestap issued a sworn claim stating that the FBI “obtained Grand Jury subpoenas related to the Blackberry e-mail accounts.”
The subpoenas “produced no responsive materials, as the requested data was outside the retention time utilized by those providers,” expressed Priestap, who monitored the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s possible mishandling of top secret information as Secretary of State.
Hilary used an exclusive email server connected to her private BlackBerries to deliver and receive business-related emails. Millions of messages were found, containing classified data.
Priestap’s announcement is the first public admittance that a grand jury took part into the Clinton email investigation. Yet, this statement sparks new questions due to numerous reports proclaiming that a grand jury was never convened within the probe.
It is uncertain what other measures the grand jury took throughout the course of this email investigation.
FBI Director James Comey finally declared on July 5 that he would not be pressing charges against Clinton for misusing classified information.
Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch’s president, is asking questions to discover the reason why the grand jury information is being disclosed to his group just now. It has filed countless lawsuits against the State Department and other agencies for information on Clinton’s emails.
“The FBI convened a grand jury to investigate Hillary Clinton in 2016. Why is this information being released only now?” And it is disturbing that the State Department, Justice Department, and FBI are still trying to protect Hillary Clinton. President Trump needs to clean house at all these agencies.”
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