From Wikileaks on Halloween: Hillary’s staff knew in 2011 that Weiner was messing with underage girls online. Daily Mail.
John Podesta – now chair of Clinton’s presidential campaign – and Neera Tanden, another adviser, were forwarded news of an investigation into Weiner’s online contact with a 17-year-old Delaware high school student by Jennifer Palmieri, the current campaign communications director, in June 2011.
Given this, you’d think that Hillary’s people, or at least Huma herself, would have thought to make doubly sure that Huma’s and Weiner’s electronics were completely separate. However, Huma, apparently, was routinely copying StateDepartment.gov emails to her home Yahoo email account(s), ostensibly because they were easier to print out at home (Huh?!?!). Those emails do include ones from Hillary Clinton, as email headers clearly show. Also, NY FBI agents found these emails, and did an abbreviated examination before alerting Washington, so the FBI was not completely ignorant of the content of these emails, as Hillary claims, when they reopened the case. Fox News Video
Given Huma’s cavalier attitude towards her stash of StateDepartment.gov emails, I think that nobody knew what she was doing. There is some evidence of that as Morgan Brittany, of PolitiChicks, sent out a tweet that Huma’s emails were found in a file labled Life Insurance. I’ve not seen that confirmed anywhere, but given the Clintons’ history, perhaps she and Anthony were just being prudent.
In closing, Judge Napolitano has some good insight into what was going on in the FBI to bring about Comey’s initial decision not to charge Clinton, and why that has changed:
A few determined agents were frustrated by Mrs. Clinton’s professed lack of memory during her [FBI] interview and her oblique reference to a recent head injury she had suffered as the probable cause of that. They sought to obtain her medical records to verify the gravity of her injury and to determine whether she had been truthful with them. They prepared the paperwork to obtain the records, only to have their request denied by Director Comey himself on July 4.
Then some agents did the unthinkable: They reached out to colleagues in the intelligence community and asked them to obtain Mrs. Clinton’s medical records so they could show them to Mr. Comey. We know that the National Security Agency can access anything that is stored digitally, including medical records. These communications took place late on July 4.
When Mr. Comey learned of these efforts, he headed them off the next morning with his now infamous news conference, in which he announced that Mrs. Clinton would not be indicted because the FBI had determined that her behavior, though extremely careless, was not reckless, which is the legal standard in espionage cases. He then proceeded to recount the evidence against her. He did this, no doubt, to head off the agents who had sought the Clinton medical records, whom he suspected would leak evidence against her. The FBI’s sideways handling of Hillary
If Napolitano is correct, then Comey is truly determined to give Hillary a free pass, consequences be damned, and he is fighting against a genuine movement by FBI agents who don’t like what he is doing, and are acting on that. Now that the DOJ’s AAG Kadzik, a BFF of Podesta, is mustering DOJ assets and manpower to help the FBI’s reopened investigation, look for Kadzik and Comey, if in any way humanly possible, to collude to wrap up the analysis of these 650,000 emails in Hillary’s favor prior to the election.