There are four important articles out in the last week or so, two of which were even picked up the the Drudge Report.  I link them below in the order of their appearance.  Reading all four will catch you up on the latest in Mrs. Clinton’s refusal to cooperate with the State Department or the court.  All she needs to do is produce the server on which her government emails should never have resided.  Of course, that is what she steadfastly refuses to do.

JamesWoodstweetThe most famous tweet of my most recent article came from actor James Woods!  At last count, it alone had received over 800 retweets!

The first article broke the news that Judge Sullivan, the hero in my book LICENSED TO LIE: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice,  reopened the suit by Judicial Watch to obtain the emails that show Huma Abedin’s conflict of interests in holding jobs at the State Department, the Clinton Foundation, and at a consulting company owned by a Clinton friend.  He ordered the State Department to get answers from Clinton, Abedin and Mills about their use of Hillary’s private server.

Shortly thereafter, Bernard Kerik, the Commissioner of the NYPD on 9/11, wrote a significant article on selective prosecution–comparing the way this Justice Department vigorously persecuted others, including himself and General Petraeus, versus the pass the Department has given Hillary.  Kerik is also the author of a new book that I commend to your reading.  It’s the other side of the coin of Licensed to Lie.  Read FROM JAILER To JAILED.

The next article explains how Hillary continues to obstruct appropriate review of the emails and fails to comply with multiple federal laws enacted to protect federal records and provide for some measure of accountability for government officials.

The real news shocker hit just Friday night.  I learned that that lawyers for Clinton’s Chief of Staff at the State Department, Cheryl Mills, had advised her to destroy all electronic copies of the emails Judge Sullivan wanted produced.  That lead to the article pictured at the left, which has been widely posted and tweeted.  I hope you’ll read these and catch up.

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