I can hear Mrs. Bill Clinton screeching that if she was actually brought forward to a court like she should be. Any federal employee with access to classified information must sign a SF-312 and that requires them to secure it. And sorry, any classified (Confidential, Secret, Top Secret, etc) must be handled by government owned systems, not by a private server. If her name wasn't Clinton she would already be in front of a grand jury.
Clinton email account had classified data, investigators sayNow I find this interesting, this article if from the New York Puke, err Times, the main propaganda arm of the militant left in this country. And they are deliberately doing something that is harming the presumed Democratic nominee for next year. I have to wonder if they are realizing she is a very weak candidate and want to push her out while there is time to recover. But looking at the bench for the Democrats, they can only hope the Republicans screw it up again.
BY MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT AND MATT APUZZO NEW YORK TIMES
WASHINGTON — Government investigators said Friday that they had discovered classified information on the private email account that Hillary Rodham Clinton used while secretary of state, stating unequivocally that those secrets never should have been stored outside of secure government computer systems.
Clinton has said for months that she kept no classified information on the private server that she set up in her house so she would not have to carry both a personal phone and a work phone. Her campaign said Friday that any government secrets found on the server had been classified after the fact.
But the inspector generals of the State Department and the nation’s intelligence agencies said the information they found was classified when it was sent and remains so now. Information is considered classified if its disclosure would likely harm national security, and such information can be sent or stored only on computer networks with special safeguards.
“This classified information never should have been transmitted via an unclassified personal system,” Steve A. Linick, the State Department inspector general, said in a statement signed by him and I. Charles McCullough III, the inspector general for the intelligence community.
The findings by the two inspector generals raise new questions about Clinton’s use of her personal email at the State Department...."