The FBI is NOT after Hillary Clinton concerning emails….

No they are NOT….

They are looking for HOW certain things classified as secret (Drones? and a few other things …no more then 10 in tens of thousands so far)

F.B.I. agents investigating Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private email server are seeking to determine who at the State Department passed highly classified information from secure networks to Mrs. Clinton’s personal account, according to law enforcement and diplomatic officials and others briefed on the investigation.

To track how the information flowed, agents will try to gain access to the email accounts of many State Department officials who worked there while Mrs. Clinton was secretary of state, the officials said. State Department employees apparently circulated the emails on unclassified systems in 2009 and 2011, and some were ultimately forwarded to Mrs. Clinton.

They were not marked as classified, the State Department has said, and it is unclear whether its employees knew the origin of the information.

The F.B.I. is also trying to determine whether foreign powers, especially China or Russia, gained access to Mrs. Clinton’s private server, although at this point, any security breaches are speculation.

Law enforcement officials have said that Mrs. Clinton, who is seeking the 2016 Democratic nomination for president, is not a target of the investigation, and she has said there is no evidence that her account was hacked. There has also been no evidence that she broke the law, and many specialists believe the occasional appearance of classified information in her account was probably of marginal consequence….


One thought on “The FBI is NOT after Hillary Clinton concerning emails….”

  1. …aparently you have company Z……

    Most Think Clinton Broke Rules with Private Email

    September 14, 2015By Taegan Goddard
    A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds 55% of Americans say they disapprove of the way Hillary Clinton has handled questions about her use of a private e-mail account while serving as secretary of state. An almost identical percentage — 54% — say that she has tried to cover up facts.

    Asked whether Clinton stayed within government guidelines or broke the rules by using a private server, 51% say she broke the rules, while 32% say she did not, with the remainder offering no opinion….


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