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Should the Justice Department have filed charges against Hillary Clinton?

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  • No, they should not.

    The Justice Department was right not to file charges against Hillary Clinton because she did not violate any laws. They made the right choice. There is a possibility that she violated an executive order, but that is considered an internal matter and is handled within the closed doors of the cabinet .

  • Wrong Is Wrong

    Clinton's lying when questioned and factually transmitting classified information as proven by investigation should be prosecuted. She has the right to a fair and speedy trial. Lower paid staff isn't given the option of no charges, why should she be any different. It's time to end the two way system of those who have money don't have the same laws applied to them.

  • Her error was not intentional

    Hillary Clinton knew that she was using a private server, yes. But she didn't seem to have any realization that she was breaking any laws. She didn't intentionally try to cause problems or act maliciously. It's time to let it go. She won't be facing charges, nor should she be.

  • No, no evidence.

    The Justice Department was right not to file charges against Hillary Clinton because there was no suuficient evidence to file and sustain a case against her. The FBI's investigation concluded that she may not have leaked classified documents during her her tenure as the US secretary if state and the justice department should stick by that.


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