Finally Hillary Clinton email row: FBI releases inquiry files

Finally Hillary Clinton email row: FBI releases inquiry files


The FBI has printed records while serving as Secretary of State regarding its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of private electronic mail.

The 58 pages of notes contained details and the Democratic presidential nominee’s interview about her private server at her Ny residence.

The FBI in July ended a yearlong inquiry into whether she broke the law by utilizing a server that was private.

Criminal charges were not recommended by fBI Director James Comey.

Mr Comey concluded that though Mrs Clinton and her staff had been “exceptionally careless” with classified information, there was no signs that she purposefully shared sensitive substance.

Mrs Clinton has asserted that her use of private electronic mail was enabled.

Just released FBI documents provide numerous details to strengthen both declarations.

Mrs Clinton said she did not remember receiving any particular education on handling classified material.

She said she believed the “(c)” in several emails could happen to be a paragraph listing format. She said she didn’t “pay attention” to categorization degrees, instead treating all classified material “seriously”.

During her tenure as secretary, 13 cellular apparatus were used by her. Others could not be found, although some were destroyed.

There was indication that unknown parties attempted to access her email server and one case where an email account belonging to a Bill Clinton staffer may have already been successfully “undermined”. Mrs Clinton also often brought her Blackberry phone into State Department locations that were secure – a violation of department policy.

Mrs Clinton has made her experience and competence key elements of her campaign pitch. This FBI report will not help her make that case.