Isn’t it a fact that Hillary Clinton and her staff deleted over 30,000 emails instead of handing them over to the State Department? FBI Director James Comey confirmed for Americans that Hillary Clinton lied in an attempt to cover up her incompetence and arrogance. Comey also suggested that Clinton’s email server, the one that she knew she shouldn’t be using, could have been hacked and that highly-classified information may have been intercepted by our enemies. The Director of the FBI also said that he didn’t recommend any criminal charges against Clinton because he felt that neither she nor her staff had intent to break the law.
Let’s rewind a decade or so, back to 2003. James Comey was the U. S. Attorney for New York. Frank Quattrone was a banker at the time and was charged by Comey for obstruction of justice over a 23 word email that he sent to his colleagues. Quattrone was the subject of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation into his dealings at Credit Suisse First Boston, where it was alleged that he “doled out hot stock offerings” to his friends.
Following the investigation, Comey charged Quattrone for a one sentence email. Apparently, Quattrone advised colleagues in 2000 to destroy documents while regulators were investigating Wall Street investment banks for the way they shared their “lucrative initial public offerings.” Comey said that the email resulted in the destruction of many documents that could have been used as evidence. We suppose the 30,000 plus emails that Clinton and her staff deleted weren’t considered important.
Conservative Post reports:
Most probably you don’t know Frank Quattrone, but he’s the banker that in 2003 was charged with obstruction of justice over a single 23-word email to his employees.
Who did that? James Comey who was back then the U.S. Attorney for NY.
The same man who’s now the head of FBI and didn’t charge Hillary Clinton.