The Department of Justice and FBI made an agreement to destroy the notebook computers that belong to both Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson, once they were fully inspected, according to Fox News.

Mills was the chief of staff for Hillary Clinton during her stent as Secretary of State. Samuelson was the liaison between the State Department and the White House for the same period, and then later went on to be Clinton's lawyer.

The two just received immunity from prosecution by the Department of Justice towards the end of the month last month. However, neither the DOJ nor the FBI have released to terms of the immunity agreements.

News of the agreement to destroy the computers first broke on Twitter when Fox News anchor Shannon Bream.

Apparently, news of this agreement first surfaced in a a letter from House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte to Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

The Republican from Virginia questioned Lynch with 10 separate questions in a letter addressed to Lynch on Monday.

The first question and probably the most important that Goodlatte "Why did the FBI agree to destroy both Cheryl Mills’ and Heather Samuelson’s laptops after concluding its search?"

Goodlatte also wanted to know if the computers had already been disposed of, "thereby making follow-up investigations by the FBI, or Congressional oversight, impossible?"

That's when news of the story began to go viral on Twitter and reactions from around the country began pouring in.

One source did note that Fox News was the only one reporting this and that the rest of the mainstream media seemed to shy away from reporting on what should be such an explosive issue.

One of the members of the House Judiciary Committee, Trey Gowdy, has called for the DOJ to re-examine the evidence against Clinton before the election. It's about time that we look at the hard evidence once and for all before the liberals are able to delete, destroy, and dispose of every shred of evidence that exists from their rampant corruption scandals.

Make sure to share this story on Facebook and call for action before they cover everything up for good!

source: BizPacReview

 

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