A Circuit Court judge in Maryland has ordered the Maryland State Bar to open investigations into Hillary Clinton’s three lawyers. They are being investigated for allegedly deleting 33,000 of Clinton’s emails. A lawyer destroying evidence not only violates Lawyer Ethic Rules, but also commits criminal offenses.
Lawyers representing the State of Maryland tried to shut down this investigation. Why? Are they, too, in the tank for the Clintons?
Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Paul F. Harris Jr. said the complaints filed against top Clinton lawyers David E. Kendall, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson could not be dismissed as frivolous.
Cheryl Mills worked for the State Department under Secretary Clinton, and illegally worked for the Clinton Foundation at the same time. No charges were brought against Mills. It seems all Clinton associates are above the law.
David E. Kendall represented Bill Clinton on numerous legal scandals during his presidency.
“There are allegations of destroying evidence,” Judge Harris said at a hearing on yesterday. He insisted that investigations must be conducted to determine if these three lawyers did, indeed, destroy Clinton’s emails.
Lawyer Ty Clevenger, who has doggedly pursued sanctions against Clinton and her legal team, filed this Bar complaint. He is seeking to have Clinton’s attorneys suspended or disbarred.
Clevenger contends that the lawyers helped Clinton destroy emails from a secret illegal server she kept in her New York home. While Hillary turned over thousands of emails, it appears she destroyed some 33,000 after she learned that investigators had subpoenaed them.
MARYLAND STATE BAR & MARYLAND ATTORNEY GENERAL
TRIED TO SHUT DOWN CLINTON INVESTIGATION
Calling it frivolous, the Maryland State Bar initially refused to investigate Clevenger’s complaint. This prompted Clevenger to ask a judge to force the State Bar counsel to investigate the allegations.
Prior to Monday’s hearing Maryland Attorney General’s Office filed a motion to dismiss the case, which was also denied. Judge Ronald A. Silkworth ruled Clevenger had a right to request the investigation as Maryland law allows any person to file a bar complaint.
Lawyers representing the State of Maryland’s Attorney General tried to shut down this investigation. Why? Are they, too, in the tank for the Clintons?
QUEEN HILLARY CONSIDERS HERSELF ABOVE THE LAW
This past weekend Clinton acknowledged “mistakes” in handling her official government email account. “The most important of the mistakes I made was using personal email,” she acknowledged in an interview with CBS Sunday Morning ahead of the launch of her latest book, “What Happened.”
“I said it before, I’ll say it again, that was my responsibility. It was presented in such a negative way, and I never could get out from under it and it never stopped,” Mrs. Clinton said. She just can’t stop whining, blaming others for her election loss.