Not quite 'lock her up,' but they'll take what they can get – like formal criminal charges
US House Republicans are demanding prosecutors bring charges against the IT chap who hosted Hillary Clinton's private email service.
The chairman of the House of Reps' Science, Space, and Technology Committee, Lamar Smith (R‑TX), today sent a formal letter [PDF] to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, asking that charges be filed against Platte River Networks (PRN) and its CEO Treve Suazo.
Smith claims the tech biz failed to disclose or covered up its storage of Clinton's emails, which have been at the heart of congressional investigations over possible violations of government record-keeping laws.
The letter claims the IT company illegally withheld copies of the emails from Congress and Suazo himself lied to the committee.
"To date, Mr Suazo, on behalf of PRN and through his attorney, has refused to produce documents, as directed by congressional subpoenas duces tecum and refused to allow his employees to provide testimony to the Committee."