Tuesday, March 22, 2016

When Things Get Too Big

Anyone wondering the structure of justice in the nation need worry no longer. The problem has been answered and is as follows. Regarding Hillary Clinton and her emails:

“She’s too big to jail,” said national security attorney Edward MacMahon, who represented former CIA employee Jeffrey Sterling in 2011 in a leak case that led to an espionage prosecution and 3½-year prison term. He cited a pattern of light punishments for top government officials who have mishandled classified information while lower level whistle-blowers such as Sterling have faced harsh prosecutions for revealing sensitive information to expose waste, fraud or abuse in government. Read that again.

At least 671 emails that Clinton sent or received through her private server contained classified material,  according to the State Department’s latest update Friday from its ongoing review of more than 30,000 emails. Her aides also sent and received classified information.

The front of the forthcoming book, “My Turn,” by Nation Magazine Contributing Editor Doug Henwood,

The controversial cover of "My Turn," Doug Henwood's new book about Hillary Clinton. (Photo by Sarah Sole/OR Books)

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