oped: AG Loretta Lynch needs to recuse herself..and or Congress should appoint a Special Prosecutor...no ands ifs or butts about it!
The connection between Loretta Lynch and the Clintons has come to the light of day. In a world of magical coincidences, Hogan & Hartson’s New York-based partner Howard Topaz was the tax lawyer who filed income tax returns for Bill and Hillary Clinton beginning in 2004. There is a never ending network of professionals inside the beltway that just defies belief, sometimes. In a not so technicality, it seems that Loretta Lynch could be tied directly to the Clinton’s thus posing a potential conflict of interest. How can she be expected to prosecute or not prosecute in a moral manner?
LORETTA LYNCH’S LAW FIRM TIED TO HILLARY CLINTON
Attorney general holds authority to prosecute if FBI refers caseAs Written by JEROME R. CORSI for WND:
NEW YORK – It’s well known that if the FBI recommends prosecution in the Hillary Clinton email case, the decision will be put in the hands of Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
But little known is the fact that Lynch was a litigation partner for eight years at a major Washington law firm that served the Clintons.
[Who is Loretta Lynch? Eric Holder in a skirt..every bit as corrupt...reverse racist!]
Lynch was with the Washington-headquartered international law firm Hogan & Hartson LLP from March 2002 through April 2010.
According to documents Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign made public in 2008, Hogan & Hartson’s New York-based partner Howard Topaz was the tax lawyer who filed income tax returns for Bill and Hillary Clinton beginning in 2004.
In addition, Hogan & Hartson in Virginia filed a patent trademark request on May 19, 2004, for Denver-based MX Logic Inc., the computer software firm that developed the email encryption system used to manage Clinton’s private email server beginning in July 2013. A tech expert has observed that employees of MX Logic could have had access to all the emails that went through her account.
In 1999, President Bill Clinton nominated Lynch for the first of her two terms as U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, a position she held until she joined Hogan & Hartson in March 2002.
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