Obama Appointed Judge Dismisses Benghazi Lawsuit As a Direct Slap in the Face to the Families…
Black robe fever strikes again! Yet another Obama-appointed activist judge has allowed Hillary Clinton to walk away with blood on her hands and no penalty whatsoever. Judge Gladys Kessler just dismissed a case filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia by lawyer Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch USA on behalf of parents of slain State Department information officer Sean Smith and late CIA operative Tyrone Woods.
The case was filed by Klayman on behalf of the families after the FBI determined Hillary was “extremely careless” in her mishandling and improper storage of classified information on a private server kept in her basement at her personal residence, all despite citing numerous laws that were broken by Hillary repeatedly.
Plaintiffs alleged in their complaint that Hillary blatantly lied to them, telling them one story about the attack, telling another story to the media, and slandered family members of the deceased by calling them liars.
Despite the fact that even the FBI determined that Hillary was “extremely careless” in her mishandling and improper storage of classified information on a private server, Congressional hearings that determined the same, Judge Kessler still somehow believes that any emails Hillary sent were within the scope of her position as secretary of state, according to the Friday ruling. Thus giving the court sufficient reason to dismiss the wrongful death claim on technical grounds.
Judge Jackson‘s 29-page opinion states –
“The Court finds that Secretary Clinton was acting in the scope of her employment when she transmitted the emails that are alleged to give rise to her liability.
The untimely death of plaintiffs’ sons is tragic, and the Court does not mean to minimize the unspeakable loss that plaintiffs have suffered in any way. But when one applies the appropriate legal standards, it is clear that plaintiffs have not alleged sufficient facts to rebut the presumption that Secretary Clinton was acting in her official capacity when she used her private email server.
Her actions – communicating with other State Department personnel and advisers about the official business of the department – fall squarely within the scope of her duty to run the Department and conduct the foreign affairs of the nation as Secretary of State.”