Hillary Clinton is getting closer to an indictment for how she and her aides have handled classified information. Former State Department staffer who set up Clinton’s email server was granted immunity by the FBI as they investigate whether aides shared passwords to access classified information.
Immunity is not normally granted unless an indictment is forthcoming. Sharing passwords is clearly illegal and certainly not accepted practice contrary to Clinton’s attempted justification that others in the government consider it somewhat regular practice.
Hillary indictment possible?
Email servers outside the government’s strong security firewalls are highly susceptible to being hacked by any number of individuals and foreign governments. It is very likely that highly sensitive classified data residing on her private server has been compromised. There’s no telling what high-level US secrets have been exposed and whose lives may be at risk as a result of poor judgement on the part of those who were entrusted with properly handling classified information.
— Bloomberg Business (@business) March 10, 2016
At this juncture, there appears to be more than enough evidence to bring forth an indictment. At the same time, there are those who strongly believe that Clinton is being protected/shielded by our own government and administration.