Fox News’ senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano believes new emails found on former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s computer may lead to an indictment of Hillary Clinton.

During an interview Thursday with Fox Business host Stuart Varney, Napolitano said he believes evidence is mounting against Clinton, and that the FBI could indict her should they re-open the case.

“The significance is an FBI acknowledgement that Huma Abedin, former spouse of Anthony Weiner, had a top security clearance as the number two assistant” to the former secretary of state, he said.

Napolitano added that Abedin “regularly sent copies of sensitive material to her own laptop so she could look at it at night, either knowing or forgetting that her husband had access to it as well.”

Napolitano was referencing a Tuesday report from Judicial Watch, which said the FBI admitted to finding 2,800 government documents on Weiner’s personal laptop.

Those documents were related to Abedin and her service under Clinton.

The conservative watchdog group obtained the documents from the FBI after successfully suing the State Department for failing to comply with a Freedom of Information Act request.

Last month, Weiner was sentenced to 21-27 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to sending sexually explicit material to a 15-year-old girl, The New York Times reported.

In light of Abedin having thousands of government documents from the State Department on Weiner’s computer, Napolitano argued the report confirms how careless the State Department under Clinton was with top secret documents.

“This, yet again, shows the culture in the Hillary Clinton State Department of a cavalier attitude about the handling of government secrets,” Napolitano said.

The judicial analyst also agrees with President Donald Trump’s claim that former FBI Director James Comey let Clinton off the hook, according to The Washington Post.

“It also shows the FBI awareness of it,” he said. “It also shows the president’s frustration with it when in a tweet this morning he said, ‘There she goes again, crooked Hillary, Jim Comey let her off the hook again.’ Something I profoundly agree with him on.”

Napolitano said the Justice Department should re-open its case into Clinton for her inability to properly secure government materials.

“But, he should pick up the phone and call Gen. Kelly and say, ‘I want you to call Jeff Sessions and Rod Rosenstein, Rosenstein’s the number two person in the Justice Department, tell them to re-open this case and go wherever the evidence takes them,” Napolitano said.

“I’m not saying she should be indicted, go where the evidence takes them,” he added. “The evidence will take them to an indictment.”

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