Obviously, the person who spoke to FoxNews.com did so on condition of anonymity because he or she values their life. According to the person, FBI Director James Comey's July 5th announcement that he would not recommend to the Attorney General's office that Hillary Clinton be charged with her obvious crime, "left members of the investigative team dismayed and disgusted."
This was the deplorable result after over 100 FBI agents and analysts wasted their time working around the clock with six lawyers from the DOJ's National Security Division, Counter Espionage Section to investigate the case.
"No trial level attorney agreed, no agent working the case agreed, with the decision not to prosecute--it was a top-down decision," the source, whose identity and role in the case was verified, said.
Another high-ranking FBI official told FoxNews.com that while it might not have been a unanimous decision, "It was unanimous that we all wanted her [Clinton's] security clearance yanked."
"It is safe to say the vast majority felt she should be prosecuted," the official said. "We were floored while listening to the FBI briefing because Comey laid it all out, and then said 'but we are doing nothing,' which made no sense to us."
That's because it made no sense in terms of what the law says about handling classified information.
"It is well known that the FBI agents on the ground, the human beings who did the investigative work, had built an extremely strong case against Hillary Clinton and were furious when the case did not move forward," Judge Anthony Napolitano of Fox News said. "They believe the decision not to prosecute came from the White House."
In fact, the New York Post in an article this week quotes the number of veteran FBI agents who say Comey "has permanently damaged the bureau's reputation for uncompromising investigation with his cowardly whitewash of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified information using an unauthorized private email server."
Dennis V. Hughes, the first chief of the FBI's computer investigations unit told the Post "The FBI has politicized itself, and its reputation will suffer for a long time. I hold Director Comey responsible."
"Comey has singlehandedly ruined the reputation of the organization," said retired FBI agent Michael M. Biasello.
The fact that Comey 'concluded' that the DOJ would not follow up on a prosecution and gave that as the reason he didn't recommend indictment, totally pissed off the team. The FBI's role was merely to advise. The source told Fox News: Basically, James Comey hijacked the DOJ's role by saying 'no reasonable prosecutor would bring this case'. The FBI does not decide who to prosecute and when, that is the sole province of a prosecutor--that never happens."
The source added, "I know zero prosecutors in the DOJ's National Security Division who would not have taken the case to a grand jury. One was never even convened."
No grand jury; no search warrants; no subpoenas.
It's obvious that they never planned to prosecute.
There is no equal justice under the law--the United States is looking more and more like a banana republic under the liberals and it's going to get worse if Clinton is elected.