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(CNSNews.com) – An attorney who represents federal employees and contractors whose national security clearances have either been denied or revoked said that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server apparently violated guidelines on the handling of classified information established under an executive order signed by her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
"It says: ‘The concern: Deliberate or negligent failure to comply with rules and regulations for protecting classified or other sensitive information raises doubt about an individual’s trustworthiness, judgment, reliability, or willingness and ability to safeguard such information, and is a security concern.’
“'Additions that could raise a security concern and may be disqualifying include, in part, negligent disclosure of classified or other protected information to unauthorized persons. Collecting or storing classified information or other protected information in any unauthorized location. Loading, drafting, editing, modifying, storing,’ etc. etc. the list goes on and on.
“Also relevant in this case is Guideline M, use of information technology systems. That includes ‘all computer hardware, software, firmware, etc. Conditions that could raise a security concern that may be disqualifying include downloading, storing or transmitting classified information on or to any unauthorized software, hardware or information technology system’. Again, not a lot of ambiguity there.”
Petition to Suspend Hillary’s Security Clearance Pending the Outcome of Investigations
In order to maintain security Hillary Clinton should not possess a security clearance while being investigated for a security breach issue. Should she be found in fault or guilty of a federal crime she will have been in possession of a security clearance which gives her further opportunity to commit further crimes. It is only reasonable to remove her security clearance for the issue of maintaining American's Security and Safety as well as our classified/confidential information. At least until such a time as the FBI has completed their investigation and any investigation relating to Clinton. Until then her security clearance should be suspended or revoked.
originally posted by: new_here
a reply to: gmoneystunt
Why does she still have security clearance? She is no longer Sec of State. Am I missing something?