According to former prosecutor and House Oversight Committee member Trey Gowdy, who has seen the notes taken during an interview conducted by the FBI with Clinton about her private email servers, agents didn’t ask the former Secretary and current Democrat presidential nominee about intent at all.
“Remember James Comey said she was not indicted because he didn’t have sufficient evidence on the issue of intent? I didn’t see any questions on the issue of intent.
There’s no question she handled them [classified emails] negligently or extremely carelessly, he said he didn’t go forward with charges specifically because he didn’t have criminal intent. I didn’t see any questions on that,” Gowdy said on Fox News Thursday morning.
How can the FBI prove or disprove intent if they never asked about it?
Gowdy also argued the FBI interview notes should be released to the public. At this point the FBI is refusing to do so. It should also be noted the mishandling of classified information doesn’t require intent for prosecution.
Hillary Clinton complained in her speech at the DNC that the American legal system wasn’t applied equally to all Americans. No kidding.