Bernie Sanders may have been attempting to play nice when he told the world that he was sick and tired of hearing about “Hillary’s emails”, but that certainly hasn’t had any effect on the law enforcement side of the ordeal.
Hillary Clinton, while acting as Secretary of State, took the lives of innocent Americans for granted. Her illegal and immoral private email server, which was not protected by the full power of the US government, transferred a number of classified emails across its hard drive. This information could very well have found its way into nefarious hands, and allowed our global adversaries a treasure trove of illicit information of which they could exploit.
Still, despite this very real problem, Clinton herself was not charged with a crime – a fact that has called into question the efficacy of Barack Obama’s intelligence agencies.
Now, under President Donald Trump, some traction may finally come to the case.
The State Department has identified “multiple security incidents” involving at least 15 individuals in the handling of Hillary Clinton’s emails as part of an ongoing probe into her use of a private email server, it was revealed Monday.
The State Department outlined 23 “violations” and seven “infractions” involving at least 15 individuals in the general handling of Clinton’s emails. They were detailed in a report sent to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R–IA), who pushed the inquiry earlier in the year.
“To this point, the Department has assessed culpability to 15 individuals, some of whom were culpable in multiple security incidents,” the State Department’s Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, Mary Elizabeth Taylor, wrote in a letter to Grassley.
While Clinton’s State Department email server was forensically “wiped” before any known actors could extract its contents, the 2016 presidential candidate’s campaign servers were indeed hacked, leading to the infamous Wikileaks release of said emails just before Americans cast their votes in that year’s general election.
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