Marino: Emails show evidence of ‘wrongdoing’
Local legislator U.S. Rep. Tom Marino, R-Cogan Station, says former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email probe continues to produce more evidence of “wrongdoing.”
“With waves of new information and evidence coming to light over the past several months, it is only appropriate that the FBI has re-opened the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails,” Marino said.
Marino, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said that he and the committee have continued to look into Clinton’s private email server, even after the FBI stated the first investigation was closed, with no criminal activity found. It since has reopened the investigation after stating new information was found, pertaining to the emails.
In September, FBI Director James Comey was questioned by the committee on his decision to offer immunity to Clinton’s aids. According to Marino, Comey should have instead “impaneled a grand jury, obtaining a subpoena or simply seizing evidence pertinent to the case.”