On Friday afternoon, the FBI released a lengthy batch of documents detailing their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State.
Brian Fallon, a spokesman for Clinton’s campaign, said the campaign is “pleased” the notes were released.
In addition, of the 81 classified emailed chains sent on Clinton’s private server, two were among the most sensitive because they are released only to a group of English-speaking countries who share a joint-intelligence sharing arrangement, also known as FVEY.
Patch scoured through the 58 pages of documents and picked out the most important parts of the release that had been unknown.
She was also questioned about training for handling classified information, but she couldn’t recall receiving any training.
At the State Department’s request, Clinton directed her lawyers in 2014 to cull through about 60,000 emails to determine which ones were work-related and should be handed over to the State Department. Apparently it never occurred to Clinton that the “C” paragraph should have come after the “A” and “B” paragraphs.
Clinton had said none was classified at the time they were sent.
That would be Huma Abedin, Clinton’s long-time friend and aide. But they offer fresh details that Clinton’s political opponents will be able to use in the months leading up to the November election.
Clinton repeatedly said she had no reason to think emails to her contained info that was inappropriate for personal email.
And plenty of evidence that hostile actors tried to get into the server and her devices.
The former secretary of State told officials she could not remember being trained by the State Department on handling or retaining classified information.
“Is this really from you?”
The FBI said the link, if opened, could have infected the user’s device and sent information to at least three computers overseas, including one in Russian Federation.
Farrell, whose organization sued for the release of the emails, said Clinton’s statements in the reports are very hard to believe and revealed her lack of understanding that emails marked with “C” meant classified.
Clinton told the Federal Bureau of Investigation that she had suffered a concussion in December 2012, less than two months before leaving office, and then had a blood clot around New Year’s.
“These documents demonstrate Hillary Clinton’s reckless and downright risky handling of classified information during her tenure as secretary of state”, Paul Ryan, the Republican speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, said in a statement. Kardashian has always been known to treasure her BlackBerrys, hoarding them to keep spares in case they broke. Yet she maintains she’s healthy enough for what President Obama has called ‘the toughest job in the world’. He wrote back with a warning: “Be very careful”.
“I got around it all by not saying much and not using systems that captured the data”, Powell said, according to the summary.
The report indicates the worker deleted the Clinton email archives and used BleachBit to delete the exported.PST files.
Clinton’s use of a private email account and homebrew server during her time as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013 has weighed heavily on her bid over the past year to become America’s first female commander-in-chief.
Clinton told investigators that she understood “nonpaper” to mean a document with no identifying marks of any kind that can not be attributed to the USA government.
The scope of the investigation covered 13 mobile phones and five iPads from which Clinton accessed her personal email.
The apparent suggestion that Clinton’s blood clot led to memory loss could be potent fodder for the Trump camp – as it seeks to portray the Democrat as lacking the stamina for the job. She was unsuccessful and, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, it seems as though the emails were actually transferred to someone’s personal Gmail account.
The State Department’s decision Thursday to turn over all of the more-detailed daily schedules by October 17 means it will have to triple its pace of producing 600 pages a month.
As the reports were released, GOP nominee Donald Trump and other attacked Clinton connecting the emails to questions over whether the former secretary of state gave preferential treatment to donors to her family’s foundation.
She did not have a computer terminal of any kind. Those were a little more high-tech.