Judge Nap: Proof of Hacking Would Make It 'Nearly Impossible' Not to Charge Hillary
Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on Fox Business Network this morning to react to a notorious Romanian hacker claiming that he easily and repeatedly breached Hillary Clinton's private email server when she was secretary of state in 2013.
Judge Napolitano noted that Marcel Lehel Lazar, who goes by the moniker "Guccifer," was immediately extradited from Romania to the U.S., where he faces a sentence of up to 100 years for his various crimes.
"There's a deal in the works ... he has a tremendous incentive to negotiate with the FBI and become a witness for the government against Mrs. Clinton," Judge Napolitano explained.
He said that having proof that Clinton's private email server was hacked would make it "nearly impossible" for the Justice Department not to charge her, and it would enhance punishment for her if she is indeed indicted, prosecuted and convicted.
Judge Napolitano added that this new development in the case goes directly against Clinton's claims, as she continues to adamantly deny that the server was ever breached.
"She really needs to stop being in a state of denial, because her legal situation is perilous."
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