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  posted on 8/11/2015 at 10:39 PM
Hillary has previously stated she will not turn over her email server and that there never was any classified information on her server. Apparently not. Watch the spin machine crank up now.

Hillary Clinton to Turn Over Private Email Server to Federal Authorities

Surprise move comes amid concerns about insufficient safeguards to protect secrets

http://www.wsj.com/articles/hillary-clinton-to-turn-over-private-email-serv er-to-federal-authorities-1439344172

By Peter Nicholas and Damian Paletta
Updated Aug. 11, 2015 10:30 p.m. ET

Hillary Clinton is turning over to federal authorities the private computer server she used to handle her emails when she served as secretary of state, an unexpected move and an attempt to quash concerns that her unorthodox approach included insufficient safeguards to protect government secrets.

A spokesman for Mrs. Clinton’s presidential campaign on Tuesday said she had directed her team to give to the Justice Department both the computer server—which had been kept at her home in Chappaqua, N.Y.—and a thumb drive containing copies of her emails.

Mrs. Clinton’s decision to relinquish her computer server is a surprise twist in a controversy that has shadowed her presidential bid. For months she has rebuffed congressional Republican leaders who have called on her to turn over the server to a neutral third party to verify her assertion that she had given the State Department all her work emails. She also has said the server was wiped clean of more than 31,000 emails that involved personal matters such as wedding plans, vacations and yoga routines.

Her assurances have so far failed to put the issue to rest, and even some Democrats worry that her email practices, in which she used a private account for her official emails, are one reason polling shows fewer people have come to see her as honest and straightforward.

“It’s a welcome development, but it’s hard to believe that the Clinton private server and the thumb drives in the possession of Ms. Clinton’s personal lawyer have just recently been turned over to the authorities,” said Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. “That’s a long time for top secret classified information to be held by an unauthorized person outside of an approved, secure government facility,” added Sen. Grassley, who has been inquiring about steps taken to secure any classified material on Mrs. Clinton’s email system.

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Mrs. Clinton and her campaign have tried repeatedly to tamp down the controversy. Late last year, after getting a request from the State Department, she turned over about 55,000 pages of her emails—everything in her possession that she said was related to the job. She asked the State Department to make them public, a step she said was in keeping with her desire for transparency.

Addressing the email issue in a news conference in March, Mrs. Clinton said she used a private email system because she wanted the convenience of carrying just one personal device. She also said that she didn’t send or receive classified government information on her private email account.

At that news conference, delivered at the United Nations, she said the server “will remain private…,” indicating that, at the time, she had no plan to release it.

A subsequent review by federal government watchdogs found four emails out of a sample of 40 that contained classified material, although the information hadn’t been marked classified at the time it was sent.

One of the watchdogs—the intelligence community’s inspector general—sent a letter to lawmakers on Tuesday saying two of those four emails contained “top secret” information, a higher classification than previously known.

“Department employees circulated these emails on unclassified systems in 2009 and 2011 and ultimately some were forwarded to Secretary Clinton,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said Tuesday. “They were not marked as classified.”

But he said the State Department was working with intelligence officials “to resolve whether, in fact, this material is actually classified” and to examine whether the information was being protected and stored appropriately.

Secretary of State John Kerry said in an interview with CBS on Tuesday that it was highly likely that his emails were being intercepted and read by Russia or China, an acknowledgment that there is an extreme level of foreign intelligence interest in collecting communications from the U.S. government’s top diplomat.

After finding the classified material among Mrs. Clinton’s emails, the intelligence agencies’ inspector general last month referred the matter to the Justice Department. Now FBI agents are examining security issues surrounding Mrs. Clinton’s email system.

Her campaign spokesman, Nick Merrill, said “she pledged to cooperate with the government’s security inquiry, and if there are more questions, we will continue to address them.”

It isn’t clear what information may reside on Mrs. Clinton’s server.

In March her private attorney, David Kendall, told a House committee looking into the email matters and other issues involving her tenure at the State Department that the server no longer contained any emails from her stint as Secretary of State.

In a statement Tuesday, House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) said Mrs. Clinton’s decision to release her server was overdue.

“It’s about time,” Mr. Boehner said. “Secretary Clinton’s previous statements that she possessed no classified information were patently untrue. Her mishandling of classified information must be fully investigated.”

—Felicia Schwartz contributed to this article
Write to Peter Nicholas at peter.nicholas@wsj.com and Damian Paletta at damian.paletta@wsj.com


 
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They're not going to find anything. She's had months to wipe that thing.

 

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Obama's State and Intelligence departments trying to save face or avoid prison time?

State Dept. accused of stiff-arming intel watchdog over Hillary emails
Published August 12, 2015 - FoxNews.com

Will Clinton server shed light on Benghazi?

Top U.S. intelligence officials are running out of patience with the State Department's reluctance to turn over emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server, which have already been shown to have included top secret communications, Fox News has learned.

The Intelligence Community's Inspector General has requested some 30,000 emails from Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State in order to conduct its own review. Those emails are in possession of the State Department, which has been gradually releasing them to the public.
Clinton has agreed to turn over a similar-sized batch of emails, as well as the highly unusual private server she had installed in her Chappaqua, N.Y., home, to the Department of Justice which is conducting a separate investigation.

An intelligence source told Fox News the State Department has pushed back on the government intelligence watchdog's request, and that Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is considering intervening. The source said the inspector general wants to check the controls on the redaction process and ensure that the office can get a handle on all of the potentially sensitive information that was contained in the Clinton emails.

The flurry of activity came after Charles McCullough, the inspector general, notified senior members of Congress that two of four retroactively classified emails found on Clinton's server were deemed "Top Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information" — a rating that is among the government's highest classifications.

Clinton, the former first lady, senator from New York and top diplomat now running for the Democratic presidential nomination, announced Tuesday that she had told aides to turn over the actual server to the Justice Department, giving in to months of demands that she relinquish the device she used to store her correspondence while secretary of state.

More on this...

Report: Clinton e-mails contained 'top secret' material

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, said McCullough had reported the new details about the higher classification to Congress on Tuesday.

The State Department disputes McCullough's determination that the emails were classified at the time they were sent. McCullough had previously told Congress that potentially hundreds of classified emails are among the cache that Clinton provided to the State Department.
A State Department spokesman said Wednesday that the agency is still processing the emails Clinton initially turned over and took a veiled swipe at Grassley for disclosing what McCullough had said.

"The emails that have been discussed have not been released to public," said Deputy Press Secretary Mark Toner. "We are working to resolve if it is indeed classified [and] we are taking steps to make sure the information is protected and stored properly.

"These emails were not marked classified when they were sent," he added.

A source familiar with the investigation told Fox News late Tuesday that the two emails in question contained operational and geospatial intelligence from the CIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), which produces satellite images.

The FBI is investigating whether classified information was improperly sent via and stored on the so-called "home-brew" e-mail server she ran from her home in the New York City suburb after concerns were raised by McCullough. Investigators have said that the probe is not criminal in nature and have denied that Clinton is a target of their inquiries.

Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill said she has "pledged to cooperate with the government's security inquiry, and if there are more questions, we will continue to address them."

It's not clear if the device will yield any information — Clinton's attorney said in March that no emails from the main personal address she used while secretary of state still "reside on the server or on back-up systems associated with the server."

An intelligence source familiar with the matter told Fox News that the campaign's statement of cooperation was overblown, as the FBI had previously taken possession of a thumb drive containing sensitive emails that had been held by Clinton's personal attorney, David Kendall.

The Associated Press reported that Kendall gave three thumb drives containing copies of roughly 30,000 work-related emails sent to and from Clinton's personal email address to the FBI after the agency determined he could not remain in possession of the classified information contained in some of the emails.

The AP's report cited a U.S. official briefed on the matter who was not authorized to speak publicly. The State Department previously had said it was comfortable with Kendall keeping the emails at his Washington law office.

Clinton had to this point refused demands from Republican critics to turn over the server to a third party, with Kendall telling the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that "there is no basis to support the proposed third-party review of the server." Clinton has also defended her use of the server, saying she used it as a matter of convenience to limit the number of electronic devices she had to carry.

Congressional Republicans seized on Clinton's reversal late Tuesday.
"It's about time," House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio said in a statement. "Secretary Clinton's previous statements that she possessed no classified information were patently untrue. Her mishandling of classified information must be fully investigated."

"Secretary Clinton said she created this unusual email arrangement with herself for 'convenience.' It may have been convenient for her, but it has been troubling at multiple levels for the rest of the country," said Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., the chairman of the Benghazi select committee. "Secretary Clinton's decision to prioritize her own convenience - and desire for control - over the security of our country's intelligence should concern all people of good conscience."

There is no evidence Clinton used encryption to shield the emails or her personal server from foreign intelligence services or other potentially prying eyes. Kendall has said that Clinton is "actively cooperating" with the FBI inquiry.

In March, Clinton said she exchanged about 60,000 emails in her four years in the Obama administration, about half of which were personal and were discarded. She turned over the other half to the State Department in last December.

The department is reviewing those emails and has begun the process of releasing them to the public.

"As she has said, it is her hope that State and the other agencies involved in the review process will sort out as quickly as possible which emails are appropriate to release to the public, and that the release will be as timely and transparent as possible," Merrill said Tuesday.
Earlier this week, Clinton said in a sworn statement submitted to a federal judge that she has turned over to the State Department all emails from the server "that were or potentially were federal records." The statement, which carries her signature and was signed under penalty of perjury, echoed months of Clinton's past public statements about the matter.




 

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Obama's State and Intelligence departments trying to save face or avoid prison time?

State Dept. accused of stiff-arming intel watchdog over Hillary emails
Published August 12, 2015 - FoxNews.com

Will Clinton server shed light on Benghazi?

Top U.S. intelligence officials are running out of patience with the State Department's reluctance to turn over emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server, which have already been shown to have included top secret communications, Fox News has learned.

The Intelligence Community's Inspector General has requested some 30,000 emails from Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State in order to conduct its own review. Those emails are in possession of the State Department, which has been gradually releasing them to the public.
Clinton has agreed to turn over a similar-sized batch of emails, as well as the highly unusual private server she had installed in her Chappaqua, N.Y., home, to the Department of Justice which is conducting a separate investigation.

An intelligence source told Fox News the State Department has pushed back on the government intelligence watchdog's request, and that Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is considering intervening. The source said the inspector general wants to check the controls on the redaction process and ensure that the office can get a handle on all of the potentially sensitive information that was contained in the Clinton emails.

The flurry of activity came after Charles McCullough, the inspector general, notified senior members of Congress that two of four retroactively classified emails found on Clinton's server were deemed "Top Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information" — a rating that is among the government's highest classifications.

Clinton, the former first lady, senator from New York and top diplomat now running for the Democratic presidential nomination, announced Tuesday that she had told aides to turn over the actual server to the Justice Department, giving in to months of demands that she relinquish the device she used to store her correspondence while secretary of state.

More on this...

Report: Clinton e-mails contained 'top secret' material

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, said McCullough had reported the new details about the higher classification to Congress on Tuesday.

The State Department disputes McCullough's determination that the emails were classified at the time they were sent. McCullough had previously told Congress that potentially hundreds of classified emails are among the cache that Clinton provided to the State Department.
A State Department spokesman said Wednesday that the agency is still processing the emails Clinton initially turned over and took a veiled swipe at Grassley for disclosing what McCullough had said.

"The emails that have been discussed have not been released to public," said Deputy Press Secretary Mark Toner. "We are working to resolve if it is indeed classified [and] we are taking steps to make sure the information is protected and stored properly.

"These emails were not marked classified when they were sent," he added.

A source familiar with the investigation told Fox News late Tuesday that the two emails in question contained operational and geospatial intelligence from the CIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), which produces satellite images.

The FBI is investigating whether classified information was improperly sent via and stored on the so-called "home-brew" e-mail server she ran from her home in the New York City suburb after concerns were raised by McCullough. Investigators have said that the probe is not criminal in nature and have denied that Clinton is a target of their inquiries.

Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill said she has "pledged to cooperate with the government's security inquiry, and if there are more questions, we will continue to address them."

It's not clear if the device will yield any information — Clinton's attorney said in March that no emails from the main personal address she used while secretary of state still "reside on the server or on back-up systems associated with the server."

An intelligence source familiar with the matter told Fox News that the campaign's statement of cooperation was overblown, as the FBI had previously taken possession of a thumb drive containing sensitive emails that had been held by Clinton's personal attorney, David Kendall.

The Associated Press reported that Kendall gave three thumb drives containing copies of roughly 30,000 work-related emails sent to and from Clinton's personal email address to the FBI after the agency determined he could not remain in possession of the classified information contained in some of the emails.

The AP's report cited a U.S. official briefed on the matter who was not authorized to speak publicly. The State Department previously had said it was comfortable with Kendall keeping the emails at his Washington law office.

Clinton had to this point refused demands from Republican critics to turn over the server to a third party, with Kendall telling the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that "there is no basis to support the proposed third-party review of the server." Clinton has also defended her use of the server, saying she used it as a matter of convenience to limit the number of electronic devices she had to carry.

Congressional Republicans seized on Clinton's reversal late Tuesday.
"It's about time," House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio said in a statement. "Secretary Clinton's previous statements that she possessed no classified information were patently untrue. Her mishandling of classified information must be fully investigated."

"Secretary Clinton said she created this unusual email arrangement with herself for 'convenience.' It may have been convenient for her, but it has been troubling at multiple levels for the rest of the country," said Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., the chairman of the Benghazi select committee. "Secretary Clinton's decision to prioritize her own convenience - and desire for control - over the security of our country's intelligence should concern all people of good conscience."

There is no evidence Clinton used encryption to shield the emails or her personal server from foreign intelligence services or other potentially prying eyes. Kendall has said that Clinton is "actively cooperating" with the FBI inquiry.

In March, Clinton said she exchanged about 60,000 emails in her four years in the Obama administration, about half of which were personal and were discarded. She turned over the other half to the State Department in last December.

The department is reviewing those emails and has begun the process of releasing them to the public.

"As she has said, it is her hope that State and the other agencies involved in the review process will sort out as quickly as possible which emails are appropriate to release to the public, and that the release will be as timely and transparent as possible," Merrill said Tuesday.
Earlier this week, Clinton said in a sworn statement submitted to a federal judge that she has turned over to the State Department all emails from the server "that were or potentially were federal records." The statement, which carries her signature and was signed under penalty of perjury, echoed months of Clinton's past public statements about the matter.






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Well, now the FBI is involved. We now officially have a Presidential candidate under
criminal investigation. Whole different ballgame now...

 

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Obama's State and Intelligence departments trying to save face or avoid prison time?

State Dept. accused of stiff-arming intel watchdog over Hillary emails
Published August 12, 2015 - FoxNews.com

Will Clinton server shed light on Benghazi?

Top U.S. intelligence officials are running out of patience with the State Department's reluctance to turn over emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server, which have already been shown to have included top secret communications, Fox News has learned.

The Intelligence Community's Inspector General has requested some 30,000 emails from Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State in order to conduct its own review. Those emails are in possession of the State Department, which has been gradually releasing them to the public.
Clinton has agreed to turn over a similar-sized batch of emails, as well as the highly unusual private server she had installed in her Chappaqua, N.Y., home, to the Department of Justice which is conducting a separate investigation.

An intelligence source told Fox News the State Department has pushed back on the government intelligence watchdog's request, and that Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is considering intervening. The source said the inspector general wants to check the controls on the redaction process and ensure that the office can get a handle on all of the potentially sensitive information that was contained in the Clinton emails.

The flurry of activity came after Charles McCullough, the inspector general, notified senior members of Congress that two of four retroactively classified emails found on Clinton's server were deemed "Top Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information" — a rating that is among the government's highest classifications.

Clinton, the former first lady, senator from New York and top diplomat now running for the Democratic presidential nomination, announced Tuesday that she had told aides to turn over the actual server to the Justice Department, giving in to months of demands that she relinquish the device she used to store her correspondence while secretary of state.

More on this...

Report: Clinton e-mails contained 'top secret' material

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, said McCullough had reported the new details about the higher classification to Congress on Tuesday.

The State Department disputes McCullough's determination that the emails were classified at the time they were sent. McCullough had previously told Congress that potentially hundreds of classified emails are among the cache that Clinton provided to the State Department.
A State Department spokesman said Wednesday that the agency is still processing the emails Clinton initially turned over and took a veiled swipe at Grassley for disclosing what McCullough had said.

"The emails that have been discussed have not been released to public," said Deputy Press Secretary Mark Toner. "We are working to resolve if it is indeed classified [and] we are taking steps to make sure the information is protected and stored properly.

"These emails were not marked classified when they were sent," he added.

A source familiar with the investigation told Fox News late Tuesday that the two emails in question contained operational and geospatial intelligence from the CIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), which produces satellite images.

The FBI is investigating whether classified information was improperly sent via and stored on the so-called "home-brew" e-mail server she ran from her home in the New York City suburb after concerns were raised by McCullough. Investigators have said that the probe is not criminal in nature and have denied that Clinton is a target of their inquiries.

Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill said she has "pledged to cooperate with the government's security inquiry, and if there are more questions, we will continue to address them."

It's not clear if the device will yield any information — Clinton's attorney said in March that no emails from the main personal address she used while secretary of state still "reside on the server or on back-up systems associated with the server."

An intelligence source familiar with the matter told Fox News that the campaign's statement of cooperation was overblown, as the FBI had previously taken possession of a thumb drive containing sensitive emails that had been held by Clinton's personal attorney, David Kendall.

The Associated Press reported that Kendall gave three thumb drives containing copies of roughly 30,000 work-related emails sent to and from Clinton's personal email address to the FBI after the agency determined he could not remain in possession of the classified information contained in some of the emails.

The AP's report cited a U.S. official briefed on the matter who was not authorized to speak publicly. The State Department previously had said it was comfortable with Kendall keeping the emails at his Washington law office.

Clinton had to this point refused demands from Republican critics to turn over the server to a third party, with Kendall telling the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that "there is no basis to support the proposed third-party review of the server." Clinton has also defended her use of the server, saying she used it as a matter of convenience to limit the number of electronic devices she had to carry.

Congressional Republicans seized on Clinton's reversal late Tuesday.
"It's about time," House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio said in a statement. "Secretary Clinton's previous statements that she possessed no classified information were patently untrue. Her mishandling of classified information must be fully investigated."

"Secretary Clinton said she created this unusual email arrangement with herself for 'convenience.' It may have been convenient for her, but it has been troubling at multiple levels for the rest of the country," said Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., the chairman of the Benghazi select committee. "Secretary Clinton's decision to prioritize her own convenience - and desire for control - over the security of our country's intelligence should concern all people of good conscience."

There is no evidence Clinton used encryption to shield the emails or her personal server from foreign intelligence services or other potentially prying eyes. Kendall has said that Clinton is "actively cooperating" with the FBI inquiry.

In March, Clinton said she exchanged about 60,000 emails in her four years in the Obama administration, about half of which were personal and were discarded. She turned over the other half to the State Department in last December.

The department is reviewing those emails and has begun the process of releasing them to the public.

"As she has said, it is her hope that State and the other agencies involved in the review process will sort out as quickly as possible which emails are appropriate to release to the public, and that the release will be as timely and transparent as possible," Merrill said Tuesday.
Earlier this week, Clinton said in a sworn statement submitted to a federal judge that she has turned over to the State Department all emails from the server "that were or potentially were federal records." The statement, which carries her signature and was signed under penalty of perjury, echoed months of Clinton's past public statements about the matter.






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Obama's State and Intelligence departments trying to save face or avoid prison time?

State Dept. accused of stiff-arming intel watchdog over Hillary emails
Published August 12, 2015 - FoxNews.com

Will Clinton server shed light on Benghazi?

Top U.S. intelligence officials are running out of patience with the State Department's reluctance to turn over emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server, which have already been shown to have included top secret communications, Fox News has learned.

The Intelligence Community's Inspector General has requested some 30,000 emails from Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State in order to conduct its own review. Those emails are in possession of the State Department, which has been gradually releasing them to the public.
Clinton has agreed to turn over a similar-sized batch of emails, as well as the highly unusual private server she had installed in her Chappaqua, N.Y., home, to the Department of Justice which is conducting a separate investigation.

An intelligence source told Fox News the State Department has pushed back on the government intelligence watchdog's request, and that Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is considering intervening. The source said the inspector general wants to check the controls on the redaction process and ensure that the office can get a handle on all of the potentially sensitive information that was contained in the Clinton emails.

The flurry of activity came after Charles McCullough, the inspector general, notified senior members of Congress that two of four retroactively classified emails found on Clinton's server were deemed "Top Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information" — a rating that is among the government's highest classifications.

Clinton, the former first lady, senator from New York and top diplomat now running for the Democratic presidential nomination, announced Tuesday that she had told aides to turn over the actual server to the Justice Department, giving in to months of demands that she relinquish the device she used to store her correspondence while secretary of state.

More on this...

Report: Clinton e-mails contained 'top secret' material

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, said McCullough had reported the new details about the higher classification to Congress on Tuesday.

The State Department disputes McCullough's determination that the emails were classified at the time they were sent. McCullough had previously told Congress that potentially hundreds of classified emails are among the cache that Clinton provided to the State Department.
A State Department spokesman said Wednesday that the agency is still processing the emails Clinton initially turned over and took a veiled swipe at Grassley for disclosing what McCullough had said.

"The emails that have been discussed have not been released to public," said Deputy Press Secretary Mark Toner. "We are working to resolve if it is indeed classified [and] we are taking steps to make sure the information is protected and stored properly.

"These emails were not marked classified when they were sent," he added.

A source familiar with the investigation told Fox News late Tuesday that the two emails in question contained operational and geospatial intelligence from the CIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), which produces satellite images.

The FBI is investigating whether classified information was improperly sent via and stored on the so-called "home-brew" e-mail server she ran from her home in the New York City suburb after concerns were raised by McCullough. Investigators have said that the probe is not criminal in nature and have denied that Clinton is a target of their inquiries.

Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill said she has "pledged to cooperate with the government's security inquiry, and if there are more questions, we will continue to address them."

It's not clear if the device will yield any information — Clinton's attorney said in March that no emails from the main personal address she used while secretary of state still "reside on the server or on back-up systems associated with the server."

An intelligence source familiar with the matter told Fox News that the campaign's statement of cooperation was overblown, as the FBI had previously taken possession of a thumb drive containing sensitive emails that had been held by Clinton's personal attorney, David Kendall.

The Associated Press reported that Kendall gave three thumb drives containing copies of roughly 30,000 work-related emails sent to and from Clinton's personal email address to the FBI after the agency determined he could not remain in possession of the classified information contained in some of the emails.

The AP's report cited a U.S. official briefed on the matter who was not authorized to speak publicly. The State Department previously had said it was comfortable with Kendall keeping the emails at his Washington law office.

Clinton had to this point refused demands from Republican critics to turn over the server to a third party, with Kendall telling the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that "there is no basis to support the proposed third-party review of the server." Clinton has also defended her use of the server, saying she used it as a matter of convenience to limit the number of electronic devices she had to carry.

Congressional Republicans seized on Clinton's reversal late Tuesday.
"It's about time," House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio said in a statement. "Secretary Clinton's previous statements that she possessed no classified information were patently untrue. Her mishandling of classified information must be fully investigated."

"Secretary Clinton said she created this unusual email arrangement with herself for 'convenience.' It may have been convenient for her, but it has been troubling at multiple levels for the rest of the country," said Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., the chairman of the Benghazi select committee. "Secretary Clinton's decision to prioritize her own convenience - and desire for control - over the security of our country's intelligence should concern all people of good conscience."

There is no evidence Clinton used encryption to shield the emails or her personal server from foreign intelligence services or other potentially prying eyes. Kendall has said that Clinton is "actively cooperating" with the FBI inquiry.

In March, Clinton said she exchanged about 60,000 emails in her four years in the Obama administration, about half of which were personal and were discarded. She turned over the other half to the State Department in last December.

The department is reviewing those emails and has begun the process of releasing them to the public.

"As she has said, it is her hope that State and the other agencies involved in the review process will sort out as quickly as possible which emails are appropriate to release to the public, and that the release will be as timely and transparent as possible," Merrill said Tuesday.
Earlier this week, Clinton said in a sworn statement submitted to a federal judge that she has turned over to the State Department all emails from the server "that were or potentially were federal records." The statement, which carries her signature and was signed under penalty of perjury, echoed months of Clinton's past public statements about the matter.






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Who said that I am. Liberal? Who said criminal activity doesn't bother me? You make a lot of assumptions and 99.9% of them are wrong. That is only slightly more accurate than you political posts. They are 100% wrong.

When are you going to show your proof that the Antarctic ice is growing? Tell us about the ICBM's that Russia sold to Iran. Why do you disappear from threads where you get shot down?

Clueless must be your middle name.

 

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Well, now the FBI is involved. We now officially have a Presidential candidate under
criminal investigation. Whole different ballgame now...

Wrong. She is not under criminal investigation. In fact the FBI has specifically and categorically stated that this is not a criminal investigation. Although if you keep saying it is then maybe it will become true, so carry on.

 

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Well, now the FBI is involved. We now officially have a Presidential candidate under
criminal investigation. Whole different ballgame now...


Read the article. "Investigators have said that the probe is not criminal in nature and have denied that Clinton is a target of their inquiries." That is a pretty clear statement.

 

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Well, now the FBI is involved. We now officially have a Presidential candidate under
criminal investigation. Whole different ballgame now...


Read the article. "Investigators have said that the probe is not criminal in nature and have denied that Clinton is a target of their inquiries." That is a pretty clear statement.


First of all, I am a combination political cynic/agnostic. I lost my faith in politics and politicians of all parties several years ago. I do not mean to take sides with my comments - just pointing out a few things.

Bob, the FBI (and most local police departments) stopped using terms like "suspect" years ago. I'm sure Mrs. Clinton's activities are merely ... "of interest" at this point. Do I think she's guilty of anything? I have no friggin' idea.

I did some work on a campaign for a democrat years ago (shooting and editing footage for some ad's). Bill Clinton was running back then and the Gennifer Flowers issue had come up. The guy in charge of the campaign joked that Bill's popularity was so high at that point that he could've had sex with Flowers on a raised platform in the town square and his supporters would still vote for him.

Hillary's server ordeal is similar (if it's even a thang). Hillary Clinton is such a phenomena that people will vote for her or against her simply because she is who she is.

Again, I don't know how real this issue is - if there was critically sensitive material in the e-mails or not. But realistically and cynically - I do feel that if a candidate in this position - be they a Clinton, a Bush, a Trump or even a Lincoln - and they had all this time to sit on this server, by now they would have had their IT crew cleanse it of anything harmful. I don't know that much about computers, but I can think of about a hundred ways that I could have deleted files without detection.

Do I think this issue is a political football? Hells yes (I've always wanted to say "hells").

Do I get annoyed when people ask themselves questions? Also, hells yes.

 

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Well, now the FBI is involved. We now officially have a Presidential candidate under
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Read the article. "Investigators have said that the probe is not criminal in nature and have denied that Clinton is a target of their inquiries."


Sure.

 

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Do I think this issue is a political football? Hells yes (I've always wanted to say "hells").

Do I get annoyed when people ask themselves questions? Also, hells yes.




Too funny Rusty, ha, ha.

Thanks for bringing your perspective to this issue and I happen to agree with you in that, regardless of the outcome of the email server issue, all it will do is make those that dislike her, dislike her more - they weren't going to vote for her to begin with and they sure as HELLS won't now.

The same for the voters that support her, this will just solidify their reasons for voting for her.

I seriously doubt it will sway any that are on the fence about her, are there any of those anyhow?

 

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The same for the voters that support her, this will just solidify their reasons for voting for her.

I seriously doubt it will sway any that are on the fence about her, are there any of those anyhow?


The election is 15 months away. 15 long, grueling, insane, tiring and ridiculous months away.

I'm no independent, but I can honestly say I have no idea who I'm voting for as of now.

 

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The same for the voters that support her, this will just solidify their reasons for voting for her.

I seriously doubt it will sway any that are on the fence about her, are there any of those anyhow?


The election is 15 months away. 15 long, grueling, insane, tiring and ridiculous months away.

I'm no independent, but I can honestly say I have no idea who I'm voting for as of now.


Same here. I won't be voting in a primary unless I register in one party or the other (some states have open primaries, mine does not) and the last time I did that was in 2010 when I registered as a republican to vote in the governor primary. I unregistered from the party shortly thereafter and as I now have no plans to register in either party so I won't have to make a decision for another 15 months.

 

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Read the article. "Investigators have said that the probe is not criminal in nature and have denied that Clinton is a target of their inquiries."


Sure.


Come on, keep saying it until it becomes true...you can do it!!!

 

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Different than Rick Perry being under indictment?

You sure are disingenuous alloak. Why do you use different rules for Republicans than you use for Democrats?

As a side note: I hate when stupid posts make it seem like I'm defending Hillary.

 

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if the UPS guy comes to your door and he has a package that needs to be signed for, for one of your neighbors, and you sign for it and take it next door and deliver it when they get home and later it turns out there was a pound of weed in that package and records show you signed for it, are you guilty of anything?

same scenario except you and the neighbor had been talking about this weed shipment coming, so you knew what was in the package.

is there any difference in the 2 situations?

 

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if the UPS guy comes to your door and he has a package that needs to be signed for, for one of your neighbors, and you sign for it and take it next door and deliver it when they get home and later it turns out there was a pound of weed in that package and records show you signed for it, are you guilty of anything?

same scenario except you and the neighbor had been talking about this weed shipment coming, so you knew what was in the package.

is there any difference in the 2 situations?

Is this what Rick Perry got indicted for?

 

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Wait a second ... UPS delivers weed???!!!

 

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LOL

my analogy may not fit, just trying to make one up similar to receiving emails not marked classified. if her claim is true.

 

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Hillary Clinton’s email corruption and criminal activity (aka: yet another scandal) is solely of her own making.

- Hillary chose to break Federal law by using a private unauthorized email server.
- Hillary chose to delete whatever emails she wanted to before informing The State Department of the illegal email server.
- Hillary lied about using “only one” device t to send and receive emails when it has been proven she had and used at least four devices.
- Hillary lied about never receiving or sending classified information on her private unauthorized email server.
- Hillary refused to turn over her private unauthorized email server when asked to do so by The State Department.

It was two Inspectors General, one from State and one from the Intelligence Services that brought the matter to The Justice Department.
Those two Inspectors General have confirmed the Hillary had Top Secret, Classified and Compartmentalized documents on her private unauthorized email server.

Hillary’s two top aides at The State Department (and now work for Hillary’s campaign), Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin have retained high-priced lawyers who are being paid for by Hillary.
Huma Abedin is married to The Weiner!

The Republicans have nothing to go with this scandal.
This yet another Clinton scandal is entirely of Hillary’s making.

Anyone wonder why Hillary is the least trusted 2016 candidate in every major legitimate poll?


Why was Rick Perry Indicted?

Amid Debate Over Who Overstepped, Perry Calls Indictment a ‘Farce’
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/17/us/politics/indictment-of-perry-raises-de bate-over-which-party-is-abusing-power.html

Who is financing the left-wing political group attacking Rick Perry:

Group Behind Perry’s Indictment Got $500K from Soros
http://mrc.org/articles/group-behind-perrys-indictment-got-500k-soros




[Edited on 8/13/2015 by Muleman1994]

 

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sorry mule, i think....pretty sure....most of those statements are false. time will tell i suppose. as i have said many times now for some of the GOP claims......how come no one has been arrested , charged, impeached with all the bluster. if i was a staunch supporter i would be more pissed at the GOP.

 

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sorry mule, i think....pretty sure....most of those statements are false. time will tell i suppose. as i have said many times now for some of the GOP claims......how come no one has been arrested , charged, impeached with all the bluster. if i was a staunch supporter i would be more pissed at the GOP.

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Everything I posted is a fact and has been reported by most of the legitimate news organizations.

There are no GOP “claims” (other than people expressing their opinion and none of which is in my post) – this is strictly an all Hillary/Obama administration matter.

“No one been arrested, charged, impeached”?
The criminal investigation just began thanks to Hillary and The State Department dragging their feet for months. Why do you think the Federal Judge (appointed by Hillary’s husband) forced Hillary to sign a document, under oath, certifying that she has turned over all her emails? That judge’s order came down last Friday and gave Hillary 24 hours to sign the document or be held in contempt.
Or do you think someone should be thrown in jail before an investigation?

“pissed at the GOP”
Why? The GOP has had nothing to do with Hillary’s self-inflicted scandal.


 
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