The Florida socialite whose 2012 complaint to the FBI led to the investigation of Gen. David Petraeus’ mishandling of classified information said on Monday that she does not believe that Hillary Clinton will be indicted for mishandling sensitive government information on her private email server.
In an interview with Newsmax TV’s Steve Malzberg, Jill Kelley indicated that she believes Clinton should be indicted but that the Justice Department will never pull the trigger.
“I don’t [think Clinton will be indicted]. You know why? Only because of one thing, the FBI, even though this new director is, I heard, a very good guy, he has bosses, and they’re the same bosses that did this to General Petraeus and my family,” said Kelley, referring to FBI director James Comey.
The bureau is said to be wrapping up its investigation of Clinton’s email server, which she used as secretary of state. More than 2,000 now-classified emails are housed on the server, which is in FBI custody. At least 22 of those emails contain “Top Secret” information.
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