VIDEO: 13 Crimes — Six Felonies — Hillary Could Be Charged With Connected to Uranium One

Fox News anchor and former defense attorney Gregg Jarrett warned during a Wednesday appearance on “Hannity” that 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton may have committed “13 potential crimes” in the wake of a series of ongoing scandals.

Clinton found herself in hot water when reports revealed that her presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) paid for the discredited dossier on President Donald Trump and Russia.

In addition, reports last week showing that the FBI already had an open racketeering investigation into the Russian firm and its American subsidiary at the time it was allowed to purchase the Canadian company Uranium One — thus receiving control of 20 percent of the United States’ uranium supply — spelled bad news for Clinton. At the time of the Obama-era deal, Clinton was serving as secretary of state and several Clinton Foundation donors were tied to the Uranium One deal.

“[Clinton] could be charged for six anti-corruption statutes — they’re all felonies,” Jarrett said. “She could also be charged with racketeering, for using her charity as a criminal enterprise. And then you’ve got all of the email crimes, two of them under the Espionage Act and two additional.”

“And now this latest dossier information — you can’t pay a foreign national relative to a political campaign,” Jarrett added. “And it appears that she also — and the DNC — hid it in their disclosure reports, which could also be criminally charged.”

When host Sean Hannity asked if anyone will be “going to jail this time,” Jarrett replied, “I would suspect so.”

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“Somebody’s got to go to jail over this,” Jarrett said.

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