Tom DeLay, a Texas republican and Washington Times radio host believes that one way or another, Hillary is going to be indicted, or she'll be tried in the public eye.
Last week, Clinton's press secretary Brian Fallon accused intelligence Inspector General Charles McCullough of colluding with Republicans to damage Clinton's campaign for president.
The charge came after a report that McCullough sent a letter to two GOP lawmakers that some of Clinton's emails sent from her private server when she was secretary of state should have been marked with classifications even higher than “top secret.”
Brian Fallon can accuse away, that doesn't erase Hillary's sins. And last I checked “colluding” isn't exactly against the law. However, lying about top-secret emails is.