ttorneys for Hillary Clinton are now under investigation for allegedly deleting Clinton’s emails. Clinton’s deletion of more than 30,000 emails provided the basis for an FBI investigation that was launched, closed, and re-opened during the presidential campaign.
The state Bar in Maryland is compelled to investigate top Clinton aide Cheryl Mills as well as lawyers Heather Samuelson and David Kendall concerning what Circuit Court Judge Paul F. Harris called “allegations of destroying evidence.”
New York lawyer Ty Clevenger is responsible for filing the complaint, which the state bar counsel called “frivolous” prior to the judge’s ruling. It is unclear at this time what consequences the Clinton lawyers could face from the state bar, but the investigation could aid an effort by Clevenger to prove that Clinton perjured herself.