In criminal law, the concept of criminal intent (Mens Rea) is complex but important to prove the elements of a crime. For the crime of espionage (illegal distribution of state secrets) investigated in the Hillary Clinton email controversy, the prosecutor would need to prove gross recklessness or willfully intent to mishandle the secrets.
To warrant a criminal charge, FBI director Comey said, there had to be evidence that Mrs. Clinton intentionally transmitted or willfully mishandled classified information. The F.B.I. found neither, and as a result, he said, “our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.” http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/06/us/politics/hillary-clinton-fbi-email-comey.html?_r=0
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Most professors in law school do not understand the concept behind criminal law intents. As such they then compound the error by adopting bastardized versions of concepts such as transferred intent to explain what is easily explained by simple set theory.
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This lecture will teach you the four elements of criminal law intents and then show you how they are grouped into three different sets and why they did this under the common law. If you understand those concepts then knowing and understanding the felony murder rule is just as simple and easy.
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