"Rep. Bob Goodlatte, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, has released a letter addressed to Attorney General Loretta Lynch. In it, he asks Lynch a number of pointed questions about side agreements given to the Hillary Clinton aides who were also given immunity for cooperating in the email investigation.
As part of the side agreements, the FBI agreed not to search the aides' computers for documents dated later than January 31, 2015. Also, the FBI agreed to destroy the computers when they were done with the search.
As former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy points out, that date is before some the most significant allegations of obstruction of justice took place. Further, the fact immunity was offered in the first place remains baffling and suggestive of corruption. Subpoenas compelling the aides to hand over their computers as physical evidence should have been standard procedure."