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Bad News: Feds Ramp Up Probe Of Hillary Clinton

The FBI has ramped up their interviews in the probe of Hillary Clinton’s personal e-mail use, suggesting the agency believes they’ve got something “credible.”

Politico is reporting the FBI may have moved from the “fact-finding” stage to a more serious investigative stage that doesn’t bode well for the former Secretary of State.

“This sounds to me like it’s more than a preliminary inquiry; it sounds like a full-blown investigation,” said Tom Fuentes, former assistant director of the FBI. “When you have this amount of resources going into it …. I think it’s at the investigative level.”

The FBI declined to respond to questions about the scope of its ongoing work.

The site is reporting that the feds have begun interviewing high-ranking policy officials and requesting more documents. The questions are looking into whether anyone within the State Department was at all concerned about Hillary’s use of the personal server.

Confirmation of the interview and document requests is the first public indication that the agency is moving ahead with its inquiry – and possibly expanding it.

The former State official interviewed by the FBI, for example, had little to do with the Clinton server set-up or any approval process allowing her to use personal email for work — suggesting the FBI’s initial inquiry about the actual physical security of Clinton’s home-made server now also includes looking at the content of messages shared by staff.

Former FBI and Justice officials familiar with the investigative procedures on such matters said the agency must determine two main things: whether the use of an outside email system posed any risks to national security secrets and if so, if anyone was responsible for exposing classified information.