FBI Morale "Very Good" As 'Immune' Hillary IT-Staffer Reportedly A "Devastating Witness"

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Despite the arrogance of Hillary's campaign claiming to be "pleased" that the Justice Department granted immunity to an IT specialist who worked on Hillary's private email server, Fox News reports Bryan Pagliano has told the FBI key details, about how and what devices she used, citing an intelligence source who called him a "devastating witness." Having been warned that she should be "terrified" since "they would not be immunizing him and thereby inducing him to spill his guts unless they wanted to indict someone," Pagliano has reportedly provided information allowing investigators to knit together the emails with other evidence, including images of Clinton on the road as secretary of state.

FOX News reports that the intelligence source said Pagliano told the FBI who had access to the former secretary of state’s system – as well as when – and what devices were used, amounting to a roadmap for investigators.

"Bryan Pagliano is a devastating witness and, as the webmaster, knows exactly who had access to [Clinton's] computer and devices at specific times. His importance to this case cannot be over-emphasized," the intelligence source said.


The cross-referencing of evidence could help investigators pinpoint potential gaps in the email record. "Don't forget all those photos with her using various devices and it is easy to track the whereabouts of her phone," the source said. "It is still boils down to a paper case. Did you email at this time from your home or elsewhere using this device? And here is a picture of you and your aides holding the devices." 

At a Democratic debate Wednesday evening, Clinton brushed off the question when asked by the moderator whether she would withdraw from the presidential race if faced with criminal charges.

Univision’s Jorge Ramos asked, "If you get indicted, will you drop out?" Clinton responded, "My goodness. That is not going to happen. I'm not even answering that question."

She then added her now standard explanation that nothing she sent or received was marked classified at the time. While technically correct, the distinction appears misleading. The January 2009 classified information non-disclosure agreement signed by Clinton says she understood that classified information could be marked and unmarked, as well as verbal communications. Classification is based on content, not markings.

The intelligence source said the FBI is "extremely focused" on the 22 “top secret” emails deemed too damaging to national security to publicly release under any circumstances, with agents reviewing those sent by Clinton as well her subordinates including former chief of staff Cheryl Mills.

"Mrs. Clinton sending them in this instance would show her intent much more than would receiving [them],” the source said. "Hillary Clinton was at a minimum grossly negligent in her handling of NDI [National Defense Information] materials merely by her insisting that she utilize a private server versus a [U.S. government] server. Remember, NDI does not have to be classified."


According to the Congressional Research Service, NDI is broadly defined to include “information that they have reason to know could be used to harm the national security.”


It was emphasized to Fox News that Clinton’s deliberate “creation” and “control” of the private server used for her official government business is the subject of intense scrutiny. Pagliano knows key details as to how the private server was installed and maintained in her home.


The 22 “top secret” emails are not public, but in a Jan. 14 unclassified letter, first reported by Fox News,  Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III notified Congress of the findings of a recent comprehensive review by intelligence agencies identifying "several dozen" additional classified emails -- including specific intelligence known as "special access programs" (SAP).


That indicates a level of classification beyond even "top secret," the label previously given to other emails found on her server, and brings even more scrutiny to the presidential candidate's handling of the government's closely held secrets.

The intelligence source described the morale of agents as "very good and nobody is moping around which is the first sign a big case is going south."

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stant's picture

Ha ha the old bitch is about to be run over by history , one she helped make

J S Bach's picture

I hope the poor sap, Pagliano, doesn't get the Vince Foster treatment.  Too many have died to keep the Clinton monsters alive so as to do their masters' biddings.

SuperRay's picture

They could do a lie detector test, but it wouldn't work because everything she says is a lie.

She'll love prison - she won't have to hide her sexuality any more

cheka's picture

i'll take the under

hellary walks and cackles at us after dust is settled


fading this RUMOR.  show me the money

Bilderberg Member's picture

Hillary publicly told you she didn't have to worry about the FBI doing anything to her and she's right.

fleur de lis's picture

Doesn't matter what they find on her. She'll get off the hook.

wee-weed up's picture

Let's hope it's so bad, Obozo can't protect her...

Overfed's picture

Is there such a thing in today's corrupt crony government?

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KesselRunin12Parsecs (not verified) Overfed Mar 12, 2016 12:24 AM

Looking at the cartoon foto on the front page teaser, I made a discovery:




is actually lil Pete from American Pop



Who knew?

August's picture

It's just shame that the Secretary, in her ignorance of information technology, was inadvertantly led astray by her over-eager assistants.   A real shame.

2500saturdays's picture

She is such a nice lady and everyone here is always picking on her.

IT is difficult to understand for older people.

JRobby's picture

The question in my mind is: what does the FBI want? How much is it going to take for them not to indict?

Clearly we have arrived at that stage. They want more power. If you think this is a police state now...............

Dancing Disraeli's picture

I understand that it is not up to the FBI-- it is actually a DOJ decision as to whether or not to indict, which means it's Obummer's decision. 

DeadFred's picture

But the FBI underlings have supposedly voiced that they will leak the information if DOJ refuses to indict. It will make for very interesting debates if The Donald has their files in his hand then. Popcorn time. It's just too bad that this Pagliano guy is depressed and suicidal and owns a nail gun. <Really who would be so stupid to think that FBI immunity and protection would protect from the Clinton death machine> Don't sell life insurance to Bryan.

FMR Bankster's picture

Best thing Hillery has going for her is the scope of the investigation. There are so many areas of possible criminal activity. And the FBI will want to investigate them all before referring a recommendation for prosecution to the DOJ. Then Lynch will sit on it.

TruthHunter's picture

Soon to be just another footnote on arkancide.com


reinhardt's picture

no sh-t

people do not get how the system works


ebworthen's picture

Indite that fucking CUNT or you lose over 1/2 the country FBI.

Now or later boys; ruminate that!

wee-weed up's picture

or you lose the WHOLE country...

Send the criminal bitch to jail!

secretargentman's picture

"Don't you think she looks tired?"

t0mmyBerg's picture

Wise.  I would love to see Hitlery burn.  But I also know that things are set in stone by the PTB now.  No way will she be indicted.  She is above the law.  Queen Hillary.  Fuck

JLee2027's picture

Try not indicting her, and watch the blowback begin.  It will get real interesting real quick.

Luck Dragon's picture

Well I found a betting site that allowed me to bet "Anyone other than Hillary getting the D nomination" with odds of +775 that is waaaaayyy to good not to bet on. $50 for a return of almost 400 is worth a gamble on there being some sort of "rule of law" left for blatant criminals, We will see.


P.S., Biden getting the D nomination is a worthy risk at +4500.

Luck Dragon's picture



It's suppose to be legit based on reviews, first time I've used it. After Biden becomes president and I win my +7500 bet we will see if they pay out.



McCormick No. 9's picture

She can't kil him, it would be too obvious. Besidess, he's already spilled hs guts. Game over Hitlery.

jonjon831983's picture

Well... that is until they destroy his character using various means....

TheReplacement's picture

Testimony can be buried.  So can bodies.  Obviously you have never shitgummed yourself 7-8 times with a nailgun while your Mercedes speeds off the edge of a JPM building in London and explodes on impact with a, a, a tree.  I highly doubt you would even have the skill to toss the nailgun out before the burning part.


bookofenoch's picture

Pagliano needs to go on every media outlet, and release a YouTube/liveleak that he is in excellent health, will never kill his family or commit suicide, has no wealth to mug him for, has no enemies who might kill him, and does not speed without a seatbelt on.

Then he needs to say that if he is killed, disappeared, develops fast acting cancer, has a heart attack, or is otherwise found dead, he was murdered by Clinton operatives to silence him, but that he has made another video, under oath, that addresses Hillary Clinton's emails, and that the copies have been distributed to many, for immediate release should any misfortune befall him or threats be made against his family.

I'd also make sure that Glen Grenwald, Anonymous and Vladimir Putin have copies.

pie hole's picture

He should also clarify that he doesn't sleep with a pillow over his head, enjoy strolls through Fort Marcy Park, or engage in autoerotic asphyxiation.

Milton Keynes's picture

It's a documents case. If they understand what it all means,  he isn't really a key witness.

The FBI will have their own forensics team now.

JLee2027's picture

You need witnesses to explain documents, right?

Chump's picture

"I hope the poor sap, Pagliano, doesn't get the Vince Foster treatment.  Too many have died to keep the Clinton monsters alive so as to do their masters' biddings."

You have to kill the witnesses before they're granted immunity and give the feds everything. Still, she was already dangerous and now she's a cornered animal...

J S Bach's picture

True.  But, the point is that the Clinton monsters would kill anyone just out of spite or malice.  Consciousless amoral psychopaths are literally bipedal creatures without souls or the ability to feel guilt.  This is why - when discovered - they must be immediately eliminated from our society... just as a harmful baccilus - when discovered - is immediately attacked and expelled from our own bodies.

Mr. Universe's picture

FBI files needed to clear Hilldebeast? No problem getting them before, or if they are wise to her ways, no problem false flagging the whole building and blaming it on Trump.

Jim in MN's picture

True story: I went to a friend's wedding in Little Rock back in the mid 1990s.  Her family was so connected, the rehearsal dinner was in the state capital rotunda.  We got a private tour of the Rose Law Firm as part of the wedding shenanigans.....other than the Atomic Fireball candy dispenser on the main reception desk, the main highlight was Hillary's corner office.  The tour guide said "and here is...the shredder!"  Everyone laughed hysterically.   I shit you not. 

End of story.

monad's picture

Left, and to the back.

Left, and to the back.

Left, and to the back.

hannah's picture

the IT guy is scared shitless he isnt going to live to november and he is right.

rubiconsolutions's picture

Who cares? I'm one of those people that don't believe the state has a right to secrets. Couldn't care less about her server or whether this email or that email was "classified". Hillary Clinton is a despicable person but for reasons other than spilling national secrets. Just ask Vince Foster.

Freddie's picture

There is no rule of law in America.  Just the rule of the banksters and zoligarchs.

The FBI was set up as a USA Cheka.

Loaded with Mormons just like Romney's family friends The Hinckleys who are also friends with the Bushes who tried to kill Reagan.  There Bush stooges are failing Jeb, Cruz and Rubio.  Sadly - Trump is not the savior as Trump and Hillary are key note speakers at AIPAC (it's on Drudge).

zippedydoodah's picture

Definition of Cheka in English: An organization under the Soviet regime for the investigation of counter-revolutionary activities.

Volkodav's picture

that is what they tell upfront...was terrible in real

even mild Wiki get it some right...search "Red Terror"

Freddie's picture

Their job was to murder Russian ***Christians*** as the Bolsheviks were non Christians.

ack's picture

Same DNA shit-show in USSA today versus past USSR. Same peeps. Different century. Trump is getting slowly rolled and co-opted by the ZIO "Cheka" cartel. He may still be the only FUCK YOU DEEP STATE vote. But he's being subverted by neo-bolsheviks. His comments on sending more troops to ME is just the start. Cuz they always pull out the threats to family, blackmail, heart-attack darts and whatever mossad-old kgb tactics developed over the years. Hope Putin gets to Trump early and often. Just to set him straight. 

Also believe this FBI case is so the cartel can say "PULL IT" to HRC campaign which is being swamped by Trump voters. Neocons need to bait and switch one of their OTHER chosen. Cuz Bernie can't win either. But Biden may get close enuf for the Deibold machines to do the rest. 

It's really fucking easy to be a soothsayer these days.      

nmewn's picture

Shhh, they are afraid of losing their pretense "of law"...of law giving...its the only thing holding it together ;-)