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Lawsuit seeks answers on how Clinton lawyer got OK to store classified emails

While a number of lawsuits have been filed in federal courts across the nation by aggressive public-interest groups, such as Judicial Watch, Freedom Watch and other non-profits, a new lawsuit demanding that the U.S. State Department turn over information regarding the Hillary Clinton email firestorm was filed on Monday this time by a freelance journalist. Rather than requesting the court to order the release of documents about Clinton's email server, her State Department meeting calendar, or her telephone logs, newsman David Brown is asking for a statement from Obama's diplomats: how did Clinton's private attorney, David Kendall, obtain permission to obtain and retain copies of supposedly classified email -- including top security email -- loaded onto a thumb drive?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Good question. Because of Kendall doesn't have a security clearance for Top Secret information, handing the thumb drive to him was a breach of the espionage act!

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