Since FBI Director James Comey closed the reopened criminal investigation in Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information two days before the election, the question remains whether or not an investigation would be resumed under the incoming Trump administration.
WND has now confirmed with the New York Police Department that in the days leading up to the presidential election on Nov. 8, the FBI terminated the NYPD investigation of Clinton’s emails on former congressman Anthony Weiner’s laptop, demanding that the laptop and all 650,000 State Department emails be taken to the FBI in Washington.
The move by the FBI in D.C. to shut down the NYPD investigation set the stage for Comey to declare in a letter to Congress Nov. 6 that the newly discovered emails did not change the FBI’s original conclusion not to refer criminal charges.
WND has also confirmed with the NYPD that the FBI in Washington has blocked the NYPD from making any arrests in the Weiner “sexting” case involving an underage 15-year-old girl.
“The last thing I wanted was to have this become political propaganda,” she said.
Consequently, there appears to be no ongoing NYPD or FBI investigation either into the State Department emails found on Weiner’s laptop or into Weiner’s allegedly criminal actions sending sexually explicit text messages via the Internet to an underage girl.