FBI Sources Tell Fox News An Indictment ‘Likely’ In Clinton Foundation Investigation
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Two sources within the FBI told Fox News yesterday that the Clinton Foundation investigation is likely to lead to an indictment. Here is summary of key points of information:
1. The Clinton Foundation probe, aka pay to play, has been going on for a year and the investigation is much bigger than anyone originally thought. It has now taken a very high priority and is being led by the white collar crime division. This is the public corruption branch of the criminal investigative division of the FBI. They have collected a “great deal of evidence” – even before the Wikileaks dump; however, the source tells FOX News that an “avalanche of new information is coming in every day.”
2. Two of Clinton’s aides’ laptops have not been destroyed. Those aides are Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson. The FBI is currently going through those devices in a Washington DC FBI field office.
3. The Clinton email probe is being run by the National Security division of the FBI. Agents have found emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop that might have been on Hillary Clinton’s private server. The emails are not duplicates. It is not known at this time if these emails are classified in nature.
4. The sources told FOX that an indictment is “likely” in the the investigation of the Clinton Foundation’s pay to play scheme.
5. FBI sources told Fox News with 99% accuracy that Hillary Clinton’s server has been hacked by at least five foreign intelligence agencies. This differs from what FBI Director James Comey said in July. At the time, he could not say whether her server had been breached.