Clinton’s Emails: A Criminal Charge Is Justified | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Clinton’s Emails: A Criminal Charge Is Justified

When asked whether she had her server “wiped,” she assumed an air of grandmotherly befuddlement: “What, like with a cloth or something?” she said. “I don’t know how it works digitally at all.”

The current news, reported in the Journal and elsewhere, is that her server contained information at the highest level of classification, known as SAP, or Special Access Program. This is a level so high that even the inspector general for the intelligence community who reported the discovery did not initially have clearance to examine it.

The server also contained messages showing her contempt for classification procedures. This was bred at least in part by obvious familiarity with exactly “how it works”—such as when, an email shows, she directed a staff member simply to erase the heading on a classified document, converting it into “unpaper,” and send it on a “nonsecure” device.

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UPDATE: For some reason the Wall Street Journal has moved this article behind their subscriber wall, right after I asked if Hillary was selling US secrets using her email server and collecting/laundering the payments through her "charitable" foundation.

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