FBI Agents across the country are actively investigating the Clinton Foundation, gobbling up a vast amount of resources. While the FBI claims that Comey still has a large amount of support from fellow FBI agents, there are some that have been extremely loud and mostly “uninformed” on the situation.
According to one report, the FBI office in Arkansas has 10 agents on the case and are having to pull more from various other locations. This location is important because this is where the Clinton Foundation was founded back in 1997 when Bill was serving as governor.
Let’s hope this investigation turns up some real hope for the American people and puts the Clinton family in prison. I personally won’t be holding your breath.
The DC has this story:
The official previously told The DCNF that an unprecedented FBI probe of the foundation was being waged in multiple cities, which TheDCNF reported in August. The other cities involved in the probe include New York, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Miami.
Little Rock is important to the investigation because the Clinton Foundation was founded there in 1997 in that state’s capital where Bill Clinton served multiple terms as governor. The controversial charity was originally registered there and was granted federal tax exemption solely for the purpose of building and operating Clinton’s presidential library.
Within a few years, however, the charity opened its largest office in New York City and dramatically expanded its operations on a global scale.
The Justice Department has refused to cooperate with foundation investigation, the official told TheDCNF. “You need a prosecutor. And as we were going into this election season, this DOJ was not prepared to fully support the FBI’s tool box. I think that’s a big piece of the friction,” he said.
New York appears to be the city where the probe has slowed, but is still being undertaken by the FBI despite Justice Department resistance.
“The Eastern District of New York basically put a pause on doing any overt activity. Basically it put everything on hold. That’s the prosecutor’s office. But it’s not the FBI,” the official said. “They are not in the position to tell us, ‘no don’t do that interview.’ But they can certainly slow you down by not giving you the use of subpoenas or not empaneling a grand jury.”
He also warned not to expect any indictments soon.
“I do not think that this is anywhere close to indictment in any district to my knowledge,” he said.
And although many agents in the bureau disagree with FBI Director James Comey’s decision not to recommend an indictment of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for her use of a private home-brew server at her New York residence, the official told TheDCNF there is no rebellion among agents, either at FBI headquarters or in the field offices.