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The Referee

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The report of the Inspector General of the Department of Justice on the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email practices has been extensively hashed over since it was published Thursday. You can read about it, if you like, here or here or here. What’s lacking is vital context. Yet tucked away on the last two public pages of the 568-page report are some tantalizing findings destined to eventually become the fundamental background to the story. Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report covered eight broad topics, as described by its executive summary – The FBI investigation, code-named “Midyear Exam,” of former Secretary