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New York Times: Hillary Clinton illegally used private email for all State Dept. business

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  1. bigtexxx

    bigtexxx Contributing Member

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    little difference between Secretary of State and a state governor

    but nice try to deflect, lol
     
  2. basso

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    You didn't get the point at all.

    LOL

    What she did was not against the law.
     
  4. basso

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    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Wow. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Clinton?src=hash">#Clinton</a> sent email to embassy staff: &quot;Avoid using personal email for govt business&quot; <a href="http://t.co/gdHsYYk2qO">http://t.co/gdHsYYk2qO</a> <a href="http://t.co/pw3WxJM0ss">pic.twitter.com/pw3WxJM0ss</a></p>&mdash; Pwn All The Things (@pwnallthethings) <a href="https://twitter.com/pwnallthethings/status/573640914922397696">March 6, 2015</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
     
  5. Bobbythegreat

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    It's not hypocrisy if the Hill-dog does it, rules have never, and will never apply to the Clintons.
     
  6. basso

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    <iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/vACQP8IBqH4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
     
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    Gawker: How Unsafe Was Hillary Clinton's Secret Staff Email System?

    When Hillary Clinton ditched government email in favor of a secret, personal address, it wasn't just an affront to Obama's vaunted transparency agenda—security experts consulted by Gawker have laid out a litany of potential threats that may have exposed her email conversations to potential interception by hackers and foreign intelligence agencies.

    "It is almost certain that at least some of the emails hosted at clintonemails.com were intercepted," independent security expert and developer Nic Cubrilovic told Gawker.

    http://gawker.com/how-unsafe-was-hillary-clintons-secret-staff-email-syst-1689393042#
     
  8. mc mark

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    "Republicans don't seem to realize that attacking Hillary is only distracting them from their mission of attacking Obama."

    -- Andy Borowitz
     
  9. bigtexxx

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    Smoking gun...
     
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    *yaaaaaaaawn*
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    THe liberals on this board are that stupid Joe. GladiatorRowdy is that stupid Joe
     
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  13. basso

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    looking very evitable.

    [rquoter]As for the "security" of Hillary's e-mails, that train left the station a long time ago. The infamous hacker Gucifer, now cooling his heels in a Romanian jail, first disclosed existence of the back channel system when he hacked into the e-mail account of Sidney Blumenthal, the long-time aide and confidant to the former Secretary of State. While rooting around in Mr. Blumenthal's e-mails, he found a series of messages sent to Mrs. Clinton. Many contained intelligence information, apparently gathered from Blumenthal's various contacts. In some instances, he cautioned, the summaries contained "extremely sensitive" information, drawn form sources close to various foreign groups and governments. Details of the e-mails were published at The Smoking Gun, but the information did not include Mrs. Clinton's responses.

    Obviously, if a lone hacker was able to uncover Mrs. Clinton's e-mail domain, it wouldn't be very hard for the intelligence services of Russia, China and other U.S. adversaries to access her messages as well. And it raises legitimate questions about the type of information the former secretary of state was sending via unsecure e-mail.

    That's because federal officials--heck, anyone with a security clearance, system access and "need-to-know" are required to use secure e-mail networks to transmit classified information. Technically, Mrs. Clinton was supposed to have at least three government e-mail accounts, on the NIPRNET (which is used for sensitive, but unclassified information); SIPRNET (for information classified as "Secret") and JWICS, which handles material classified as Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (TS/SCI).

    Apparently, Clinton never bothered with establishing a SIPRNET or JWICS account, which should be been standard practice from her first day on the job. So far, no one from Hillary's camp has explained why she saw no need for a classified e-mail account. Needless to say, even NIPRNET is more secure than Mrs. Clinton's home-based server.

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    Of course, that was before hackers got into Blumenthal's e-mail account (highlighting Mrs. Clinton's back channel network) and before Benghazi, which sent Congressional investigators looking for her correspondence. Now, the real question is what she sent through that private account. The odds she didn't transmit classified information are decidedly slim; at Foggy Bottom, secret and even TS/SCI data are part of assessments and cables reviewed by the SecState every day. And if their only e-mail account is on a unsecure server, there's a very good chance that classified material will be found in messages already turned over, and those being sought by Congress and watchdog groups. [/rquoter]

    http://formerspook.blogspot.com/2015/03/hillarys-e-mail-problem.html
     
  14. Rashmon

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    Don't worry, I'm sure she will get to the bottom of this kerfluffle after she is elected president in 2016.
     
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    It looks like Publicans finally got something juicy to bite their teeth into and grilled Hillary over. Question is will the American public care?
     
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    http://theweek.com/articles/542494/what-hillary-clintons-emails-tell-about-scandal-age-obama

     
  18. GladiatoRowdy

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    Care to actually write about those videos or will you just be content to throw out insults when it is readily apparent that you are completely out of your depth?
     
  19. Bäumer

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    The outrage boners seem to be nearing full mast and the resident CF investigators/updaters have their new scandal to obsess over.
     
  20. Rashmon

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    Some of you must be too young to remember the stuff these guys threw at the Clinton's back in the day. This was pre social networking days and things have ratcheted up immeasurably since that time. It's going to be amusing watching these guys work themselves up into such a lather as we have never seen before. Even Obama will laugh and think he got off easy in retrospect.
     

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