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Wow, an email deemed classified because of a public newspaper discussing drones. How does that make sense?
originally posted by: russ212
You have proven absolutely nothing except you are a corruption apologists.
a reply to: introvert
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced it filed a lawsuit seeking access to two of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails in their original, native format (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:15-cv-01414)). The native format contains metadata, which provides details such as server information and hidden email recipients.
In May 2015, the State Department posted to its website several emails alleged returned by Clinton to the State Department late last year. In July, Judicial Watch submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request asking for email “as it was sent” for two of the emails – one by Clinton aide Huma Abedin on Sunday, August 21, 2011, from her AbedinH@state.gov email address, and the other email “as it was received” by Jacob Sullivan on Saturday, July 7, 2012, at his firstname.lastname@example.org email address. Alternatively, if the State Department could not produce the emails in their native format, Judicial Watch requested that the agency produce records that would identify the information contained in the email headers.
Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit for Clinton Email Metadata
Less than a week after the devastating earthquake in Haiti on January 12, 2010, the Secretary of State — in charge of America’s response to the devastating earthquakes in Haiti — requested a proposal from her Chief of Staff, Cheryl Mills about teacher training in Haiti.
Mills dutifully forwarded a multi-million dollar proposal for rebuilding schools in Port-Au-Prince along with developing and training a “Teachers Corps” with 500 American teachers in Haiti. And guess who the proposal came from? David Domenici, Mills’ husband and the father of her two children. The email gives no indication of any relationship between Mills and Domenici, but his online bio confirms it.
In a January 18, 2010 email, Mills noted; “…here are the ideas for the Haiti Education Corps that you asked for.”
The following day, Hillary wrote back:
“Great idea. No surprise. Let’s work toward solid proposal maybe to Red Cross and Clinton Foundation since they have unencumbered $.”
A former State Department staffer who worked on Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private e-mail server tried this week to fend off a subpoena to testify before Congress, saying he would assert his constitutional right not to answer questions to avoid incriminating himself.
The move by Bryan Pagliano, who had worked on Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign before setting up the server in her New York home in 2009, came in a Monday letter from his lawyer to the House panel investigating the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
The 27-year-old Clinton was fired from the staff of the House Judiciary committee investigating the Watergate scandal in 1974. She was fired by her supervisor, lifelong Democrat Jerry Zeifman, who called her a liar and much worse.
"She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer," he said. "She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality."
Zeifman also refused to give Clinton a letter of recommendation, making her one of only three employees he snubbed during his 17-year career.
Clinton Ex-Aide Is Likely To Invoke 5th Amendment in Response to Congressional Questions Over Private Email Server
A former aide to Hillary Rodham Clinton who helped set up the server that housed Mrs. Clinton’s private email account plans to invoke his Fifth Amendment right in response to congressional questions about the email practices, according to two people who have been briefed on the matter.
The former aide, Bryan Pagliano, was subpoenaed to testify before a House committee, but a lawyer for Mr. Pagliano has told the panel that Mr. Pagliano will decline to answer their questions and will assert his Fifth Amendment right.
The subpoena was issued by the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya. As part of its inquiry, the panel is examining Mrs. Clinton’s use of a private email account while she was secretary of state, which shielded her correspondences from congressional inquiries.
Mr. Pagliano was the information technology director for Mrs. Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign and then worked at the State Department as an adviser and special projects manager for its chief technology officer, according to his LinkedIn page. He left the State Department in February 2013, the same month Mrs. Clinton stepped down as secretary of state.
It is not clear why Mr. Pagliano is refusing to answer questions about the server. The F.B.I. is investigating how classified information was handled in connection with the account, but no evidence has surfaced that Mr. Pagliano had anything to do with those materials.
Mr. Pagliano’s lawyer, Mark MacDougall, declined to comment.
originally posted by: introvertA law that is consistently broken and is done so because it provided better reaction time, and the classified system is not any more secure than private correspondence. It's best to understand what you are talking about before you form an opinion, or try to push it on to others. Obviously, you are not informed on the issue.