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On "Special Report" tonight, Judge Andrew Napolitano presented the evidence for why he believes the FBI was instructed to exonerate Hillary Clinton at the outset of their investigation into her mishandling of classified material.

"No grand jury was summoned, no evidence was presented to a grand jury, no subpoena was issued, no search warrant was issued," Judge Napolitano said.

He also pointed to evidence in the FBI's documents on the investigation - which were conspicuously released on the Friday before Labor Day weekend.

"There are five times in there in which the author of those documents said, 'We couldn't find, we didn't have, we hoped we could acquire,'" Judge Napolitano said. "That's because their hands were tied by whatever political forces are controlling the FBI."

As for House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz's push for the investigation to be re-opened, the judge commended the Utah congressman but said it's "too little, too late."

"Nothing's going to happen to Mrs. Clinton in terms of a criminal prosecution before Election Day. It should have happened when [FBI Director] Jim Comey made his statement in July."

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