Paul F. Harris Jr., an Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge, has just issued an order to Maryland authorities, green-lighting them in launching an investigation into three Hillary Clinton lawyers, Cheryl Mills, David E. Kendall and Heather Samuelson, who are responsible for deleting the private emails of the former State Secretary.
On a Monday hearing, the Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge said that “there are allegations of destroying evidence.”
This announcement came a day before the publishing of Hillary Clinton’s book “What happened” in which the former Secretary of State describes her experience as presidential candidate.
Ty Clevenger, a Texas attorney brought the Maryland bar complaint, adding that they deleted thousands of emails related to a private email server, which Clinton used while serving her time as Secretary of State.
The District of Columbia and Arkansas bars and also the federal courts rejected Clevenger’s requests who tries to see Clinton and her attorneys disbarred or suspended. According to Judge Harris, the request that Clevenger sent are worth to be seen and at least Maryland can do is to start an investigation and asks response from the lawyer.
According to FBI, there is no enough public interest for Hillary Clinton’s case and that is why they denied the open-records request into Clinton’s probe.Though against the department policy, the Former Secretary of State used a secret email linked to her home server in New York to run official business. Although FBI stated that the email server was a risk for the national security, the Bureau didn’t recommend changes because Mrs. Clinton wasn’t able to understand the risks she was running.
In an interview with “CBS Sunday Morning,” Clinton admitted her errors: “The most important of the mistakes I made was using personal email.I said it before, I’ll say it again, that was my responsibility. It was presented in such a negative way, and I never could get out from under it and it never stopped.”
Former FBI Director James Comey said in July 2016 that while Clinton’s use of a private email server was “extremely careless,” he decided against recommending criminal charges. The bureau said Mrs. Clinton was too inept to understand the risks she was running.