In a stunning statement the FBI Director James Coney made a statement at 11am this morning recommending that former Secretary of State be indicted for use of a private email server. He stated that it was possible that some of those found "were among those deleted as personal." He stated that the Bureau searched for evidence that emails were hacked by foreign parties. They did not find conclusive evidence that this happened, but deemed it likely that it occurred. He called the actions by Hillary Clinton and her staff as "extremely careless." He also stated that some actions included the sharing of top secret information. He stated that Clinton "should have known" that such an action was reckless. "All of these emails were housed on personal servers," he stated. "Even if emails are not marked classified..." recipients have a responsibility to protect it. He said her actions were well-known among many and that she used her personal emails in other countries.
"In our system prosecutors make decisions to prosecute," he said, followed by a recommendation to the Department of Justice and stated that no "reasonable prosecutor" would go forward. He said that there was no intention among Hillary's staff to intentionally do so.