Loretta Lynch US Attorney General with Bill Clinton in AZ -Talk about Conflict of Interest

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    Jun 30, 2016 4:58 AM GMT
    Incredible lapse of judgement of this Attorney Generalicon_rolleyes.gif, but it shows the audacity of the Obama Administration that if you are being investigated by the FBI and the US attorney that you should not meet at all or have any conversation with Hillary's husband. She should have asked Bill to exit the aircraft and not even meet...talk about collusion and impropriety....What freaking Law School did she attend or Bill like yup the email investigation did not come up during their conversation- who believes this? Also, the gall of Bill Clinton to board the aircraft. Amazing...I hope this story explodes...it shows again, and again they think they are above the law privileged.


    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3666856/Loretta-Lynch-held-private-talks-Bill-Clinton-aboard-plane-Phoenix-department-investigates-Hillary.html
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    Jun 30, 2016 5:37 AM GMT
    I think Bill needed a taste of LYNCH!
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    GO BACK TO DC>
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    Jun 30, 2016 7:34 PM GMT
    Politically, the "meeting" is a fodder to the Clintons' Republican critics, so in that regard the meeting was ill-advised. Legally, there's nothing wrong with Bill Clinton hobnobbing with Lynch. Bill is not the subject of the FBI investigation, Hillary is. Moreover, there is no formal court case at issue here--there's no indictment, there's no criminal case, there's no civil case, there's nothing. And even if there were, traditional ex parte rules, to the extent they applied, wouldn't cover Bill because he's not directly involved. And ex parte rules would apply only if the subject of the conversation were related to the court case. Even if there's active litigation, nothing precludes a litigant, let alone a nonlitigant, from interacting socially with the judge or fact-finder. I have many active cases before state and federal courts and regulatory agencies, but I regularly have social interactions with the judges and regulators before whom I appear. There's nothing wrong with that, and there's nothing wrong with Bill socially interacting with Lynch. We're making a mountain out of a molehill here.
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    Jun 30, 2016 7:50 PM GMT
    Let me guess... You heard about this shocking nothing on FOX. What sheep you Repukes are.
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    Jun 30, 2016 8:33 PM GMT
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    DOMINUS saidPolitically, the "meeting" is a fodder to the Clintons' Republican critics, so in that regard the meeting was ill-advised. Legally, there's nothing wrong with Bill Clinton hobnobbing with Lynch. Bill is not the subject of the FBI investigation, Hillary is. Moreover, there is no formal court case at issue here--there's no indictment, there's no criminal case, there's no civil case, there's nothing. And even if there were, traditional ex parte rules, to the extent they applied, wouldn't cover Bill because he's not directly involved. And ex parte rules would apply only if the subject of the conversation were related to the court case. Even if there's active litigation, nothing precludes a litigant, let alone a nonlitigant, from interacting socially with the judge or fact-finder. I have many active cases before state and federal courts and regulatory agencies, but I regularly have social interactions with the judges and regulators before whom I appear. There's nothing wrong with that, and there's nothing wrong with Bill socially interacting with Lynch. We're making a mountain out of a molehill here.

    A social interaction is different than a private 30 minute meeting. Unless you have non-public information, the specific role of Bill in the investigation is not known. Based on what is known, he did play a role with respect to his speaking and the high fees. Aside from that, given all circumstances, the appearance or even potential appearance of impropriety is something most in the role of an AG should have avoided. Probably she thought there would be no such appearance if the meeting was intended to be secret.

    Oh NO!!! Another conspiracy!!! Quick, form an investigative committee!!! What bullshit you people are.
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    Jun 30, 2016 10:43 PM GMT
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    bayguy said
    DOMINUS saidPolitically, the "meeting" is a fodder to the Clintons' Republican critics, so in that regard the meeting was ill-advised. Legally, there's nothing wrong with Bill Clinton hobnobbing with Lynch. Bill is not the subject of the FBI investigation, Hillary is. Moreover, there is no formal court case at issue here--there's no indictment, there's no criminal case, there's no civil case, there's nothing. And even if there were, traditional ex parte rules, to the extent they applied, wouldn't cover Bill because he's not directly involved. And ex parte rules would apply only if the subject of the conversation were related to the court case. Even if there's active litigation, nothing precludes a litigant, let alone a nonlitigant, from interacting socially with the judge or fact-finder. I have many active cases before state and federal courts and regulatory agencies, but I regularly have social interactions with the judges and regulators before whom I appear. There's nothing wrong with that, and there's nothing wrong with Bill socially interacting with Lynch. We're making a mountain out of a molehill here.

    A social interaction is different than a private 30 minute meeting. Unless you have non-public information, the specific role of Bill in the investigation is not known. Based on what is known, he did play a role with respect to his speaking and the high fees. Aside from that, given all circumstances, the appearance or even potential appearance of impropriety is something most in the role of an AG should have avoided. Probably she thought there would be no such appearance if the meeting was intended to be secret.

    Oh NO!!! Another conspiracy!!! Quick, form an investigative committee!!! What bullshit you people are.


    That doesn't even rise to the level of a lowlife conspiracy theorist. Just lunacy. What has speaking fees to do with anything? This is why I rarely if ever read these idiots. Such a waste of internet.

    Ya know, instead of meeting in secret, hidden on the tarmac of Phoenix International where no one would notice, he probably should have privately tweeted her pictures of his grandchildren. That's the trouble with the world today, no sense of propriety.
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    Jul 01, 2016 11:28 PM GMT
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    Jul 01, 2016 11:29 PM GMT
    Destinharbor saidLet me guess... You heard about this shocking nothing on FOX. What sheep you Repukes are.


    It was reported by a news team here in AZ. They got caught!
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    Jul 02, 2016 7:11 AM GMT
    Destinharbor saidLet me guess... You heard about this shocking nothing on FOX. What sheep you Repukes are.


    Local Phoenix station KNXV-TV an ABC affiliate. Try to keep up.



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    Jul 02, 2016 7:14 AM GMT
    fucking hilarious....

    On Friday, HBO’s “Real Time” host Bill Maher mocked claims that the meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton only discussed weather and grandkids and said, “to spend 30 minutes, that’s a long time to be talking about your grandchildren.”

    Maher said Hillary “had some trouble at the airport with her baggage, and when I say her baggage, I mean her husband.”

    He continued, “Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who was at the airport in Phoenix, who was part of a national tour on — to promote community policing, and Bill Clinton was at the airport because that’s near where all the strip clubs are. And Clinton saw the attorney general’s plane across the tarmac, so he boarded her plane to talk, as one does. We all jump off our planes onto the tarmac to say hello to friends on other planes, right? I mean, so, now it’s a big scandal, because Attorney General Lynch, of course, is the person deciding whether to indict Hillary Clinton for the ongoing email investigation. So of all the planes to pop onto, this was the wrong one for Bill Clinton.”

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    Jul 02, 2016 1:28 PM GMT
    The current FBI director is fiercely independent, no lover of the Clintons and a Republican to boot, so his oversight of the investigation process is likely to have been pretty scrupulous. Lynch has said she will not interfere with whatever recommendations come out of the FBI investigation - so what's the problem?

    Loretta Lynch to follow FBI guidance in Hillary Clinton email investigation

    Republicans feared attorney general would overrule potential charges against Clinton, especially after meeting between Lynch and Bill Clinton on Thursday

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jul/01/loretta-lynch-hillary-clinton-email-investigation-fbi-doj