I’ve been watching the Clinton email scandal closely, because I not only have been in and out of law enforcement and security for much of my early life, but also was an internal auditor for IBM and one of the leading email experts in the 1990s. I think this is the only time I’ve seen an investigator channel a prosecutor in making a recommendation, and give someone a pass without addressing why crimes were committed. For instance, if a child were injured and the parent could be charged, the investigator might recommend leniency because the parent intended no harm.