In one email, Clinton even seemed to coach a top adviser on how to send secure information outside secure channels. All but one of the 66 messages have been labeled “confidential”, the lowest level of classification. The remaining email has been labeled as “secret.” The total number of classified emails found on Clinton’s personal server has risen to 1,340 with the latest release. Seven of those emails have been labeled “secret.”In all, the State Department released 1,262 messages in the early hours of Friday, making up almost 2,900 pages of emails. Unlike in previous releases, none of the messages were searchable in the department’s online reading room by subject, sender or recipient. Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, has repeatedly maintained that she did not send or receive classified material on her personal account. The State Department claims none of the emails now marked classified were labled as such at the time they were sent.
I’m increasingly weary of living in a society where how long I park my car on a private driveway is a matter of criminal law, but Hillary Clinton faces no consequences for violations of national security.
I do not support the Bundy folks seizing the center in the wildlife refuge, but I can certainly understand their motivation.