Just watched an anti-HRC tirade from Lionel and he made an interesting point about the sum total of illegal things she's suspected of but yet she goes untouched - as do most crooked politicians, what with good lawyers, loopholes, technicalities, riches, friends in high places, etc. But since Hillary's name is in the thread title here are the main, suspicious, probably criminal things with which she is/was involved.
Seth Rich. Poo poo if you like, and Hillary probably didn't shoot the kid herself, but she is - or surely should be, as Lionel said, a person of interest.
The Clinton Foundation. At it's root, I've read, the foundation was set up to raise money to construct the Clinton Library in AK. Charity laws are very strict due to the tax benefits and this library fund has grown into a massive charity which helps some people - hurts some, too - but helps some fortunate more with high paying jobs, lavish parties, first class travel and gets away with much more than, say, a neighborhood food bank ever could.
Pay to play. That Uranium One deal. It gets her approval and then some millions go to the foundation?
Bribery. Half a mil for a speech??? How does that work?
The emails. You can make the snarky "What about her emails?" crack, but what about them? The illegal server and the hurried deletion of the emails is pretty stinky.
Bills peccadilloes and her tolerating them. He's accused of rape and she disses the women who've accused him. That makes her some kind of accomplice I'd think.
And there are more things but what struck me is how an ordinary citizen wouldn't get away with any one of these things. Like the Baron says, if the government wants you they will get you - or something like that. Think about yourself and what bad things you do. The worst I've done is download some music. Oh, and I sneak a ciggie on the balcony from time to time. But she goes around the world selling her book and you know she flies first class! And this is someone you respect and honor? Like the Korean ex-prez, HRC should be in prison.
“It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” Mark Twain