mardi 1 novembre 2016

Le F.B.I. encore en difficulté: cette fois autour de Bill Clinton


Nous sommes à une semaine du vote et une fois de plus le F.B.I. est mêlé à une controverse. Une vieille histoire de pardon présidentiel accordé par Bill Clinton qui refait surface. Un document qui est maintenant du domaine public, donc un document accessible pour tout le monde. Hasard ou pratique normale? L'impression qui demeure c'est que le F.B.I. se livre à un jeu partisan.

 "For the second time in five days, the FBI had moved exactly to the place the nation’s chief law enforcement agency usually strives to avoid: smack in the middle of partisan fighting over a national election, just days before the vote.

The publication of the files related to the Marc Rich pardon inquiry, which agency officials said was posted automatically in response to pending public records requests, came as the Clinton campaign and Democratic lawmakers continued to fume over FBI Director James B. Comey’s decision with less than two weeks before the election to announce that he was effectively resuming a review of Hillary Clinton’s email practices."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/after-release-of-documents-fbi-finds-itself-caught-in-a-partisan-fray/2016/11/01/9d466908-a068-11e6-8832-23a007c77bb4_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_fbipolitics-830pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

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