Maryland mounts new defense of Hillary Clinton’s lawyers

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October 17, 2017

9_3_2015_clinton-benghazi-128201_c0-117-3690-2268_s885x516Maryland officials appear to have begun to circle the wagons in defending Hillary Clinton’s lawyers, according to the lawyer trying to get them punished by the state bar.

Ty Clevenger, who last month won a court order demanding the state’s attorney grievance commission investigate David E. Kendall, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson over accusations of destruction of evidence, says the state is now refusing to divulge the progress of the probe, breaking its usual rules.

Mr. Clevenger also said the state’s top court quietly changed the rules in June to allow the bar to refuse to investigate complaints filed by people who gain their knowledge through public reporting rather than personal knowledge — which would have affected his Clinton lawyer request, had the new rules been in place when he filed his complaint.

“I suppose I should be flattered that Maryland changed the rules just for little old me, but I’m not,” Mr. Clevenger wrote Monday on his blog, LawFlog.com, saying Maryland appears to be trying to protect powerful lawyers from activists like himself.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • justinwachin says:

    Hillary is corrupt and her lawyers may be corrupt also. They need to be investigated. If they broke laws they need to be prosecuted. If they violated the code of conduct for lawyers they need to be punished or disbarred.

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