Friday, a federal judge from Washington, D.C. threw out the lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, which alleged her negligence regarding email security cost the lives of four Americans back in 2012 during the assault on a U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an far left judge appointed in 2010 by Barack Obama,failed the American people and justice by “concluding” that Hillary Clinton’s misuse of her email did not lead to the deaths of four Americans.
Jackson also dismissed defamation claims made in the lawsuit.
“Secretary Clinton did not refer to plaintiffs as liars,” Jackson noted. “Plaintiffs may find the candidate’s statements in her own defense to be ‘unpleasant or offensive,’ but Secretary Clinton did not portray plaintiffs as ‘odious, infamous, or ridiculous….’ To the contrary, the statements portray plaintiffs as normal parents, grieving over the tragic loss of their loved ones.”
Patricia Smith and Charles Woods claimed in the suit that the attack that killed their sons, Sean Smith and Tyrone Woods, as well as two other Americans, “was directly and proximately caused, at a minimum” by Clinton’s use of a private email server while in office.
“As a direct result of Defendant Clinton’s reckless handling of this classified, sensitive information, Islamic terrorists were able to obtain the whereabouts of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and thus the U.S. State Department and covert and other government operations in Benghazi, Libya and subsequently orchestrate, plan, and execute the now infamous September 11, 2012 attack,” according to the suit.
Both parents have been outspoken against Clinton.
Smith, who is a vocal supporter of GOP candidate Donald Trump, said during the Republican National Convention in July, “I blame Hillary Clinton personally for the death of my son.”