The Hill says
the FBI may be recommending an indictment against Hillary Clinton in the email scandal, which would be a very good idea:
Two sources with intimate knowledge of the FBI's investigations told Fox News Wednesday that a probe of the Clinton Foundation is likely to lead to an indictment.
Fox News's Bret Baier said Wednesday that the FBI probe into a possible pay-to-play scheme between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation has been going on for over a year.
Sources told the news network that the investigation, which is conducted by the White Collar Crime division of the FBI, is a "very high priority."
One source further stated that the bureau collected "a lot of" evidence, adding that "there is an avalanche of new information coming every day."
Baier also said that the Clinton Foundation probe is more expansive than previously thought, and that many individuals have been interviewed several times throughout the course of the investigation.
I certainly hope all concerned at the FBI will do their best to ensure an indictment is filed against Clinton for the dangerous and careless way she conducted business. A former federal prosecutor said
the only thing lacking in the case of the Clinton Foundation investigation, also a shady bunch, is the political will to indict. Even if Clinton is elected, these cases cannot be allowed to just be dropped. They have to continue being investigated and everything must be done to ensure that the Clintons can't get away with their irresponsible behavior just because of their political positions. Thank goodness there's folks at the FBI who're concerned.
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