Pelosi attack suspect carried zip ties, in Jan. 6 echo: Report: Suspect in Hillary Clinton email probe had zip ties, “He had zip ties on, a belt with zip ties in the belt, he had zip ties on,” says Pelosi ally on Capitol Hill The suspect, who was described as white, has ties to the Clinton Foundation
A person who says he is close to the Capitol Police who questioned former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s aides in the Benghazi attack says he was carrying a zip tie, was in and out of the room with Clinton aides wearing a zip tie and zip ties on his belt.
The person, who spoke to Fox News anonymously, described how Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s husband, Anthony Weiner, was wearing a zip tie during the Benghazi interview on Sept. 12, as well as during the FBI’s investigation into her private email server.
The person also said at the time that Clinton aide Jake Sullivan wasn’t carrying a zip tie, a belt with zip ties, or the zip ties that came with his police escort. The person recalled that the FBI interviewed Clinton aide Ben Emmerson wearing a zip tie and zip ties on September 17 — even though Emmerson had a shirt with a name on it that said “Ben Emmerson” over the top of his shirt.
The person said that the belt with zip ties on the suspect in the email probe was about 3 feet long.
The man, who spoke on the condition that he not be identified, says the man is close to the Capitol Police and believes he told them about the zip ties.
He said he met with FBI agents who questioned one of Clinton’s aides earlier — about his zip ties — but has not been told what they asked him about them. The man said he doesn’t really know how many hours went by between his interview with them and the one that took place before Sept. 12, 2012.
The FBI interviewed Clinton aide Huma Abedin on Sept. 17 and two days later the FBI interviewed Clinton aide Jake Sullivan, said the person.
“And then the next day you have Ben Emmerson, the email guy, you have Jake Sullivan, you have the guy that was arrested that day walking down the street with zip ties on, and the guy that was arrested with zip ties on walking through the Benghazi hotel. You have a lot of people in that circle, and then you have the zip ties on