The Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) James Comey on Sunday told Congress that the resumed investigative actions on the case of official correspondence of former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton did not change the position of the Agency against her. The FBI, as before, considers that the candidate in US presidents from Democratic party should not be held accountable.

As reports Reuters, the corresponding statement of Komi said the Chairman of the Committee on oversight and government reform house of representatives Jason Chaffetz. According to him, the CIA Director personally told him about the conclusion in the case of Clinton.

The scandal surrounding the correspondence Clinton erupted after it became known that, occupying the post of the head of the diplomatic corps from 2009-2013, she sent emails from a personal email, not the government, as required by the instruction.

Proceedings of the FBI in this case was completed in the summer. In July, the Bureau and oversees its Ministry of justice, simultaneously performing the functions of the Prosecutor General, has announced that it will not bring Clinton to justice for the use of private servers.

However, at the end of October, two weeks before the US presidential elections, Komi Republic notified the chairmen of the several committees in Congress that the Bureau will resume investigation of the case. He explained this decision by the appearance of some emails allegedly associated with the specified case. What exactly are the new investigative actions of the FBI and that they are directed, not officially reported.

Clinton criticized the decision of the Komi criticized, calling it unprecedented and very strange, given the proximity of U.S. presidential elections. “It’s really weird to say about something like that, giving so little information,” – said the politician.

Once again the FBI found no reason to bring Clinton to justice in the case of her official correspondence 07.11.2016

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