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    New FBI Docs Show 'Bribe Offer' to Agents in Hillary Email Probe.

    New FBI Docs Show 'Bribe Offer' to Agents in Hillary Email Probe.
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    Judge Andrew Napolitano said this morning that newly-released FBI documents show evidence of a bribe being offered by a senior State Department official to FBI agents.
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    Patrick F. Kennedy, the undersecretary of state for management, is reported to have pressured FBI agents to change the classification on sensitive documents found on Hillary Clinton's private email server.
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    The new revelations were contained in just-released FBI interview summaries from the Clinton email investigation.
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    Judge Nap: New FBI Docs Show 'Bribe Offer' to Agents in Hillary Email Probe | Fox News Insider
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    My Thoughts:
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    The FBI issued a 302 document stating that Patrick Kennedy who worked under Hillary and Kerry at the State Dept. asked an FBI agent who was documenting various Clinton E-mails during the investigation to ascertain whether they were deemed classified or not to change the classified classification on some E-mails, that if they were not changed would cause a great deal of damage to Hillary.
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    This request was asked and then Patrick Kennedy said that if that change to the classification of the E-mails was done, the State Dept. would approve the FBIís request to add additional FBI offices in various parts of the world.
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    Granted these were not done, but by just asking this request along with the bribe to allow additional FBI offices to be approved is a felony, PERIOD.
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    This goes directly to the fact that the State Dept. was trying to cover up and bride an official of the government to hide Hillaryís involvement that she had highly classified official items on her unauthorized unsecured E-mail server and she didnít turn them over to the State Dept. which she said that she did under oath.
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    This and Hillary requesting that Jake Sullivan remove the classification header of classified E-mails and copy and send it to her unsecured unauthorized server shows you how they consider classifications of government documents.
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    Whatever, it was an interagency e-mail by one state dept. person. No action was ever taken on the proposal, so there was no quid pro quo. No action taken, no crime committed.

  4. It is just as much a crime to offer illegal deals as it is to accept them according to some judges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilProG2 View Post
    Whatever, it was an interagency e-mail by one state dept. person. No action was ever taken on the proposal, so there was no quid pro quo. No action taken, no crime committed.
    WRONG, just by asking a federal agent to change the classification heading in order to receive additional FBI offices is a BRIBE. It doesn't matter if it was carried out or not, it's a federal crime. It just shows how much the FBI & DOJ are being political and in the pockets of the Clintons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opsspec1991 View Post
    WRONG, just by asking a federal agent to change the classification heading in order to receive additional FBI offices is a BRIBE. It doesn't matter if it was carried out or not, it's a federal crime. It just shows how much the FBI & DOJ are being political and in the pockets of the Clintons.
    In order for something to be a bribe, an individual must be the recipient or provider of some personal material gain. Seeing as how no personal material gain was offered or obtained, it can't be considered a bribe. There was an inter-agency offer of cooperation/advantage proposed, and you could certainly call it a quid pro quo. You can call the proposal highly unethical, it might even open the proposer up to professional reprimand, but you would have a hard time finding a prosecutor that would want to press charges for it. Hence why no charges were brought from it.

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