Article courtesy of WND, written by Garth Kant.
The decision by FBI Director James Comey not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information has left even former federal prosecutors wondering if there are two sets of laws: one for her and one for everyone else.
The evidence suggests that may be the case.
Comey based his decision not to recommend prosecution largely on what he termed Clinton’s lack of intent to mishandle classified information. WND found four cases in which the Justice Department did pursue criminal charges against defendants for mishandling classified information without even considering their intent.