Arthur Aidala: ‘There’s Enough Evidence’ for a Clinton Grand Jury Investigation

‘The penalties of lying to the FBI are more severe than what they are being investigated to’

AIDALA: "Sure, people who don't know what the heck they're talking about and I'm not saying that in a joking manner. People who don't really know what they're saying because when you talk to the FBI, Stuart, if you lie to them, you are subject to jail. Many of my clients, my lower ranking clients, the penalties for lying to the FBI are more severe than what they're being investigated to, it's a five year jail possibility there. Martha Stuart, she went to jail for lying to the FBI."

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