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Tonight on The O'Reilly Factor, Judge Andrew Napolitano walked Bill O'Reilly through why he believes there's "ample evidence" to indict Hillary Clinton over her private email server.

Napolitano said that Clinton violated a statement she had signed under oath on her first day on the job as secretary of state that she would care for state secrets and know how to recognize them.

And today, there was a revelation that the private email server at her house went down more than once, which temporarily disabled her BlackBerry.

Napolitano said that when the State Department IT people suggested she use a department-issue BlackBerry, Clinton declined, via her assistant Huma Abedin, over concerns about the Freedom of Information Act.

"So, she was concerned about the Freedom of Information Act knowing what she was doing?" O'Reilly asked.

"Yes," Napolitano replied. "Now, what does this tell the FBI? This shows intent."

Napolitano clarified that this was explicitly stated in one of the emails.

"So that actually shows a calculation," O'Reilly said. "And a calculation shows that she was trying to get around the rules."

Watch the segment above.

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