The FBI wont be prosecuting Hillary Clinton

The Federal Bureau of Investigations or FBI has announced that it will not prosecute Hillary Clinton after almost a year of investigating her use of a private email server while in her position as secretary of state. The FBI found no evidence of Clinton being careless in her managing of emails. It is said that around 110 emails that were sent contained classified information. According to the FBI "no reasonable prosecutor" would charge Clinton. Director for the FBI, James Comey, said that the agency is merely expressing to the department of justice, who is yet to make a decision on matters, that filing charges would be inappropriate in this case. The FBI has been conducting investigations over whether Clinton was guilty of breaking the law by keeping a private email server in her home in New York from 2009 to 2013. The scandal has been the topic of much question during her presidential campaign and often at times she and her staff have failed to respond to questions of whether the was guilty of mishandling classified information and state protocol.