FBI Director Comey Insists No ‘Prosecutable Case’ Against Hillary Clinton, Says More Documents Coming

Hillary Clinton, James Comey
FBI Director James Comey has written a memo to Bureau employees defending his decision not to indict Hillary Clinton, insisting that “despite all the chest-beating by people no longer in government, there really wasn’t a prosecutable case.” He also suggests more Clinton documents will soon be released to the public. CNN reports that during at least one recent meeting, former FBI agents were “sharply critical of the FBI’s handling of the Clinton probe and particularly the decision to not recommend charges against Clinton.” Comey was downright belligerent toward his critics: “Those suggesting that we are ‘political’ or part of some ‘fix’ either don’t know us, or they are full of baloney (and maybe some of both.)” Comey also addressed the criticism that dumping the Clinton report on the Friday evening before Labor Day weekend was an effort to bury the FBI’s findings, although his defense was simply an assertion that “we don’t play games.” Oddly, he argued that holding the report for an extra couple of days, to get past the holiday weekend, would have been playing politics: “I almost ordered the material held until Tuesday because I knew we would take all kinds of grief for releasing it before a