Yes, if FBI agents have privately aired their opinions that a deal was reached in order to prevent Hillary Clinton from being indicted it seems obvious there is something going on. We're talking about FBI agents here; the opinions of professional investigators should have enough weight to make you think something's happening behind the curtains in order to keep Mrs. Clinton from facing criminal charges.
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What Hillary Clinton did was not criminal in nature. She did not break any laws. Instead she may have violated an executive order. While morally objectionable and unethical, this type of behavior is not criminal. It is the same kind of thing that happened with her husband, Bill Clinton, when he was caught with Monica Lewinsky.
The FBI is too big of an organization and is too closely watched and checked/audited by other systems of government to be making secret deals. I do think however that the FBI is being to lenient with Clinton's charges and should take an action against her. Clinton needs to know that if she's gonna be president, she can't be sending emails to terrorist organizations.