A congressional committee has urged U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to begin the indictments of Clinton aides who perverted the course of justice during the email server investigation.
The CEO of Denver-based IT management company Platte River Networks, Treve Suazo, is being accused of providing false statements and obstructing justice when he was subpoenaed by the congressional committee last year.
The committee wants the case to go before a grand jury.
“Instead of cooperation, the Committee was met with obstruction and refusal to comply with subpoenas and requests for transcribed interviews. These actions, taken together, as well as Mr. Suazo’s false statements to the Committee, made through counsel, support the pattern of obstruction. If left unaddressed, Mr. Suazo’s conduct in ignoring lawful congressional subpoenas, misleading the Committee through false statements, and bald refusal to respond to reasonable requests could gravely impair Congress’s ability to exercise its core constitutional authorities of oversight and legislation,” reads the letter, signed by Smith…