According to a former assistant director of the FBI, investigations into the Clinton Foundation may be underway in three cities: Little Rock, Arkansas; Washington, D.C.; and New York.
“To me, those would be the three most logical cities,” Ron Hosko told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “Discrete information has made its way to local field offices and is being shared with their counterparts at the U.S. Attorney offices.”
Hosko is a 30-year veteran of the FBI and was the second highest ranking official behind director James Comey when he left the bureau in 2014.
Hosko was responding to TheDCNF report Friday that multiple FBI field offices and U.S. Attorneys in various cities are leading investigations about possible corrupt practices among Clinton Foundation officials, foundation donors, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and inner circle of aides during her years as America’s chief international diplomat.
According to former U.S. Attorney Joseph DiGenova:
The motivation for outside FBI agents and U.S. Attorneys to launch their own probes into the Clinton Foundation may reflect dissatisfaction with the decision by U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch to meet privately with former President Bill Clinton in a parked aircraft at a remote part of the Phoenix, Arizona, airport on June 28.
“I think she lost a lot of people in the department when she got on that plane and talked to that President. She hurt herself severely with the people within the department, certainly with the people with the FBI,” the former U.S. Attorney said.
“I think she’s been locked out. To me, it shows the lack of confidence that the U.S. Attorneys offices have in her as a law enforcement official,” DiGenova said.