Famed Attorney Confirms FBI Had NO Justifiable Reason To Resume Clinton Investigation
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The attorney that filed a law suit against the FBI concerning the reopening of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server has raised numerous questions about their warrant.

E. Randol Schoenberg — A famous CA attorney who headed the recovery of art stolen by the Nazis during the Holocaust — posted the FBI warrant to Facebook. Schoenberg correctly accused the FBI of  mishandling the investigation for providing a realistic cause to justify the investigation being resumed.

Schoenberg said “Since when is this probable cause?” commenting on unsealed warrant.

“I see nothing at all in the search warrant application that would give rise to probable cause, nothing that would make anyone suspect that there was anything on the laptop beyond what the FBI had already searched and determined not to be evidence of a crime, nothing to suggest that there would be anything other than routine correspondence between Secretary Clinton and her longtime aide Huma Abedin,” Schoenberg said in another post which contained a link to a PDF file of FBI warrant.

“I am appalled,” he continued.

Schoenberg accuses the FBI’s reopening of the investigation and their announcement to Congress in late October as an attempt to aid Donald Trump’s campaign. A Princeton University professor created a poll that backs Schoenberg’s accusations. Professor Sam Wang’s, a neuroscience professor, poll reveals that Hillary’s support was unaffected by Obamacare premiums being raised. However, the poll also shows the FBI announcement resulted in a dramatic drop. See the graph below.


The FBI claims Anthony Weiner’s laptop revealed information that justified the investigation into Clinton be reopened. FBI investigators believed emails containing sensitive information were exchanged between Huma Abedin and Clinton. After all this effort, the resumed investigation resulted in no evidence of criminal activity.

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