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    Loretta Lynch used secret email & alias to discuss meeting with Bill in email probe

    "Loretta Lynch, President Obama's last attorney-general, used a secret email address for official business under the name Elizabeth Carlisle, it has been revealed.

    Lynch used the account to discuss her notorious meeting on a plane with Bill Clinton while his wife's own email scandal was being investigated by the FBI.

    The disclosure is the latest blow to the reputation of the woman who had once been the country's most senior law enforcement official.
    She had to step aside from deciding on whether to charge Hillary Clinton with breaking the law for having her secret server in alleged breach of national security law because of her meeting Bill Clinton on her private plane in Phoenix, Arizona.


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4p9RofmtH

    This is outrageous she needs to be prosecuted. Didn't Loretta lie in testimony that she had not used any aliases in front of congress?
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    "And the attempts by her team to influence the media are also spelled out.

    At one point Marshall Miller, a former senior DoJ official, emailed saying her had been asked to go on Fox News to discuss the unfolding scandal and asked if Lynch's spin team had anyone they could suggest in his place.

    And the FBI asked for 'guidance' on what it could say about a report that agents guarding Lynch had ordered 'no photos' on the tarmac
    Such an order would be in breach of the First Amendment and it is unclear why the FBI would need 'guidance' on what to say about it if its agents had been acting lawfully.


    Newman again avoided having any response recorded on email by saying to an official 'can someone call me'."


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4p9ka9PBT
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