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AG Lynch Confirms Justice Department Attorneys Involved in Clinton Email Probe

Attorney General Loretta Lynch confirmed to Congress that career Justice Department attorneys are working with FBI agents on the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email practices and the handling of classified material.

Legal experts say the assignment of career Justice Department attorneys to the case shows the FBI probe has progressed beyond the initial referral, or “matured,” giving agents access to the U.S. government’s full investigative tool box, including subpoena power for individuals, business or phone records, as well as witnesses.

The division of labor is that the FBI gathers information, and the Justice Department lawyers determine if that information points to charges that may be filed. Then, the Attorney General makes the final decision to file the charges, or let the matter drop. It is impossible to imagine she would make that call without consulting w-a-y off the record with Obama.

“If the FBI makes the case that Hillary Clinton mishandled classified information and put America’s security at risk, will you prosecute the case?” Congressman John Carter asked Lynch during a budget hearing.

“Do you know of any efforts underway to undermine the FBI’s investigation? And please look the American people in the eye and tell us what your position is as you are the chief prosecutor of the United States,” Carter pressed.

Lynch replied, “…that matter is being handled by career independent law enforcement agents, FBI agents as well as the career independent attorneys in the Department of Justice. They follow the evidence, they look at the law and they’ll make a recommendation to me when the time is appropriate.”

She confirmed that the FBI criminal investigation is ongoing, and no recommendation or referral on possible charges had yet been made to her.