Attorney General Loretta Lynch faced Congress yesterday regarding the Hillary Rodham Clinton private email server matter. Lynch dodged questions from House Republicans on the decision not to file criminal charges against Clinton for the mishandling of classified material. The Attorney General refused to answer the basic question about the difference between being ″extremely careless″, as FBI Director James Comey described it, and with the specific ′legal′ phrase of ″gross negligence″, as described in the Espionage Act. Lynch referred GOP members of the House Committee to Comey′s comments dozens of times. In doing so, she demonstrated a total disregard for transparency and of fulfilling her duties as Attorney General of carrying out equal justice under the law.