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Monday, September 05, 2016

FBI files show agents focused Clinton interview questions on 'top secret' emails

The 11-page FBI summary released Friday of Hillary Clinton's July 2 interview in the criminal email investigation shows bureau agents focused their questions to her on the 22 “Top Secret” emails considered too damaging to national security to make public.

These emails contained some of the U.S. government's most closely held secrets, known as Special Access Programs (SAP), as first reported by Fox News.

Though the summary is heavily redacted, it shows FBI agents asked Clinton about an Afghan national identified as "Salehi," who appeared in her emails, which included a discussion of a New York Times report about his alleged ties to the CIA. Clinton said she did not remember the email, had no reason to believe the discussion involved classified information, and had "no reason to doubt the judgment of the people working for her on the 'front lines.'"

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Documents so highly classified that members of Congress cannot even now view them or know their basic content or names of their originators or recipients. These were on her unsecured private server, available to any decent hacker.

lmclain said...

"I didn't send or recieve any e-mails that were classified."

Ol' Salehi would dispute that, but there's a 99.99% chance that he's already been killed. Maybe his whole family, too.
Info too classified to show to even members of Congress, but ok to insert into FIFTY SEVEN different email chains to peons and civilians? And claim "I didn't know"????
And no one thinks our enemies hacked that info, because "there is no proof" that they did??? Hackers always leave a thank you note, but they just staple it to the forehead of the people she named in her emails. Before they dismember them or after they shoot them in the back.
She should change her name to Hillary "there is no proof" Clinton.
It is the mantra by which she lives (and over twenty people have died by it, too).
If I was Trump, I'd stop flying for a while (or keep his plane and mechanics under constant surveillance) and surround my self with 20-30 bodyguards (you know, to prevent being killed in a "robbery").
It's worse than if he was running to unseat a mafiso commander running for mayor.
Keep cheering.
THAT is who and what he is dealing with.....