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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Fox News’ Bret Baier broke a special report last night where he pressed FBI officials on where they are in the investigation and they told him “they will continue to likely an indictment.”

Baier reported he received this information from two separate sources with knowledge of the FBI investigation.

He reported the investigation is looking at the connection of pay-for-play between Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation. His sources noted the investigation is “very high priority.”

Their investigation has included information from WikiLeaks as well as new emails they obtained.

Listen to his report:

He broke it down further with Brit Hume.

Baier asked about the immunity deals that Clinton aides Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson received and his sources both pointed out that those deals would be “null and void if any subject lied at any point in the investigation.”

Baier also confirmed that the FBI did not destroy the laptops they obtained. In fact, those laptops are in the FBI field office in Washington and are currently being used in the investigation.

Baier reported that they are even going back and interviewing people for a third time. His sources described the evidence as “a lot of it” and there is an “avalanche coming in every day.”

These sources also confirmed that there is “99% accuracy that [Clinton’s server] had been hacked by at least five foreign intelligence agencies, and that things had been taken from that…”

This is great news that our law enforcement officials are taking this case extremely seriously, especially given the most recent developments with the new emails found through Anthony Weiner and the thousands of emails that WikiLeaks has already released.

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H/T: Real Clear Politics

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