Bryan Pagliano is the Clinton staffer who moved Hillary’s files from a government server to a private server. He was granted immunity for some time according to Catherine Herridge of Fox News.
There are a half-dozen inquiries into the Clinton server to date and the foremost is the one by the FBI.
The New York Times reports that the FBI investigation will conclude by early May.
Yesterday, the Times also reported that as part of the FBI’s investigation of the Hillary Clinton email scandal, the Bureau is comparing electronic time stamps on classified sources. They hope thereby to figure out whether Clinton aides reviewed the sources and then retyped the information into emails that were sent or forwarded to the Secretary’s private server.
Today, a report from Catherine Herridge and Pamela Browne of Fox News suggests that this is part of an effort to determine how sensitive intelligence “jumped the gap” between the classified systems and Clinton’s unsecured personal server.
According to Herridge, the various scenarios that intelligence are coming up with require a password and would be strictly prohibited under non-disclosure agreements signed by Clinton and others, and federal law.
Judge Napolitano said that there already is a grand jury and someone will soon be indicted.
Only a federal judge can grant immunity and that is only granted if DoJ prosecutors ask for it and they only ask for it if they have a grand jury that is asking for testimony. This is according to Judge Napolitano.
Judge Napolitano said: After this, we know the DoJ and the FBI are working in tandem, a grand jury is already sitting and will soon be hearing testimony, and they would not have gone through this burdensome process of requesting immunity if they didn’t think Mr. Pagliano has evidence.
Mr. Pagliano has knowledge of what happened at the creation of a possible conspiracy as the data was moved from a government server to a private server. If he had Hillary’s password and if she by words or by actions assisted, her legal woes have just been magnified.
It is misconduct in office, obstruction of justice, and espionage.
Legendary lawyers Joe Genova and Victoria Toensing were interviewed by Sean Hannity on his radio show this afternoon and said there were definitely crimes committed and the statute disqualifies the guilty party from holding office.