‘By Craig Andresen – The National Patriot and Right Side Patriots on cprworldwidemedia.net
There was a line of questioning, last Thursday, during Hillary Clinton’s more than 11 hours of testimony before Trey Gowdy’s House Select Committee on Benghazi that went nearly unnoticed…nearly…but I noticed it and you may have as well but it bears highlighting.
It was back in very early August, August 5th I believe, that I wrote of Hillary’s violation of the Espionage Act of 1917 and I went into some detail regarding that violation…
“In that act, it clearly states that…“gross negligence” as per the handling of any information regarding our national defense is a punishable offense…a crime…and as such, should national defense information be removed from or not stored properly…not stored in its “proper place of custody,” the responsible government official would face a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment.”
“Hello Hillary Clinton.”
“While one certainly knows that in 1917, the “proper place of custody” was a file cabinet or a safe and that those who wrote and enacted the Act never in their wildest dreams considered the advent of email…government servers, not one’s private servers located in one’s home in Chappaqua N.Y. are the “proper places of custody” today and in that regard…Hillary Clinton and her use of private email addresses and said servers is in breach of the 1917 Act.”
A little later in that August 5th article, I wrote this…