Several news outlets are now reporting that Shannen Coffin, former counsel to Vice President Dick Cheney, told Fox’s Megyn Kelly on Wednesday night there is “no doubt” that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton committed a felony when she didn’t turn over her email records as she left the State Department — if she signed the usual exit form given to all exiting employees.
On Fox, Coffin explained that all State Department employees — including the Secretary of State — must sign a form OF-109, which declares that he or she has turned over all official records to the State Department as they leave their government position.
But Hillary did not turn over her e-mails, stored on a private home server, until after being asked by the State Department in late 2014. “There’s no doubt, looking at that, that wherever the secretary had those records — if she had them in her Chappaqua home, if she had them in her office, if she had them somewhere else — she’s got to bring all of the records to the table, and turn over any official records at the time of her departure,” Coffin said. “Not — most definitely not — two years later.”
Sources: National Review, PJ Media