WASHINGTON, March 12, 2016 – Last week, another brave soul, Bryan Pagliano, agreed to rat out a criminal organization in exchange for immunity months after invoking his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination when compelled to testify before the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
Pagliano is the man who for years helped Bill and Hillary Clinton with all their computer needs. It was Pagliano who set up Hillary’s unsecured home email server, which we now know illegally stored more than 2,000 classified U.S. government files.
Immunity has been granted to organized crime purveyors in the past, and hopefully, it will be in the future. It is an effective way to get to the truth.
In the early 1960’s Prisoner 82811, Joe Valachi, was an obscure 58-year-old thug content to spend his declining years in Atlanta’s federal penitentiary. But the stout, steel-eyed brute reached his wit’s end after several failed attempts on his life.
He was accused by fellow inmates of supplying the U.S. Bureau of Narcotics with information concerning a certain organization’s means and methods for shipping heroin into and around the United States.In the fall of 1963, Joe Valachi appeared before the Senate’s permanent subcommittee on Investigations and, in a raspy voice, told Congress and the American people that FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover’s pronouncement that “there is no Mafia” was naive to say the least.
Violating his blood oath, Valachi told the world about the organization he promised never to mention outside the “family” – “La Costa Nostra” (“this thing of ours”).
Back in September, the Benghazi committee’s ranking Democrat, Rep. Elijah Cummings, excoriated the panel’s Republican members:
“We have been confident from the beginning that Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email was allowed and that she did not send or receive anything marked classified.”
Cummings cited “multiple legal experts” who said there was “no evidence of criminal activity” and that it was “understandable that this witness’ [Pagliano’s] attorney advised him to assert his Fifth Amendment right, especially given the onslaught of wild and unsubstantiated accusations by Republican presidential candidates, members of Congress and others based on false leaks about the investigation.”
Where Hillary Clinton is concerned, Cummings’ denial is identical to that of J. Edgar Hoover’s regarding the Mafia. But current FBI director James Comey appears to have no such reservations when it comes to La Costa Clinton.
Fox News Chief Intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports that a source inside the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton says Bryan Pagliano
“is a devastating witness and, as the webmaster, knows exactly who had access to [Clinton’s] computer and devices at specific times. His importance to the case cannot be over-emphasized.”
“There is no reason why good cannot triumph as often as evil,” said author Kurt Vonnegut. “The triumph of anything is a matter of organization. If there are such things as angels, I hope that they are organized along the lines of the Mafia.”
Let us pray Comey’s G-Men are especially methodical as they tighten the dragnet around the Clinton’s“this thing of ours”.
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