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uwApoligist

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Everyone knew about Hillary's server, including the Russians. 

Having a personal private server is fine.  No one has said boo about that.  

Taking classified information and sending it to your unauthorized private server is against the law.

Everyone that handles Top Secret information goes through training.  They sign an agreement before they are ever handed that Top Secret information.  That training and agreement make it clear that they are only allowed to store and forward on servers/systems specifically authorized.  That if there is any questions, you are to ask you infosec team. 

Of course if you worked in IT like you say you do, you would realize that almost every company has policies to help protect information.  That if you violate those policies the consequences are clear, and you will be exited.   That is all we have here.  Clear violation of the policies, except this time it is a law, and there are clear consequences.  Expecting those to be enforced can never be a losing strategy.  They are based on truth, and consequences. 

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Taking classified information and sending it to your unauthorized private server is against the law.



They all seem to forget this pesky little detail.
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When it comes to compromising national security democrats view that as a badge of honor:
Chelsea/Bradley Manning
Hillary Clinton
Bowe Bergdahl

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You would think someone that "knows" so much about IT and claims to "know" the letter of the law on Title IX would understand you are not able to handle classified information that way or delete 33,000 emails.

I guess when it's your candidate I guess you will look for any reason it's ok.
uwApoligist

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"Yes, we get training and hand slaps. But Hillary as SOS had authority to declare anything she wants to be public information or secure or not."

No she does not.  The rules are very clear.  If you are talking about certain types of information, it is Top Secret.  Certain military operations, anything involving human intelligence on foreign soil, several others, are automatically considered Top Secret. 

Don't care about Blumenthal nonsense, it is irrelevant.  Care about where law was clearly violated.

Bannon, actually others, but you like to use Bannon as a source of evil.  They were pointing at destruction of cell phones, in a very hasty manner, not by the normal white house IT personnel, but Hillary's personal staff, as additional admission of guilt.  This is common in these types of cases.

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TheNarrator

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The problem is we will never know what was in those 33,000 emails. As the SOS, she is not the sole arbiter of what is "personal" and what isn't.
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Should Comey, Clinton, Lerner, or any other individual being accused by some on the Right of breaking our laws, not be investigated and indicted during this GOP controlled WH, Senate, House, and DOJ, it will be proof positive they weren't involved in any criminal behavior.  Period.  Outside of some imaginary conspiracy theory, there would be no other explanation for the GOP to look the other way other than there is no case to be made.
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Thanks Dewey
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haha yea. will i win? No, no you won't.
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I have the clearance to view confidential data. (whoopee) ...

Most of the questioned of Hilary's emails (of which there are few actually in question) originated with Sid Blumenthal, outside the government, and she, or Huma rather, forwarded them inside the government. They were newspaper articles. (This is what others writing books and disclosing stuff, like drone strikes that already happened and had extensive media coverage, gets blacked out to the authors' dismay.)

Supporting info for your claim "most" originated with Blumenthal, even though it is irrelevant. The "articles" excuse is a red herring because TS info not in the articles was discussed.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2016/02/04/how-did-top-secret-emails-end-up-on-hillary-clintons-server/?utm_term=.5333e626092b

Instead, congressional aides say, the concern centers on the fact that secret information was revealed as part of an email exchange. In at least one case, the discussion started with an aide forwarding a newspaper article; then in subsequent exchanges, aides revealed sensitive details as they discussed (for instance) the shortcomings of that public report. 

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But Hillary as SOS had authority to declare anything she wants to be public information or secure or not.

LMAO Her authority only extended to info belonging to the State Dept. Her emails were reviewed by several departments so they could determine what was classified.

Hillary absurdly blamed others for sending classified info and/or for not speaking up when they saw it. The truth is she had the responsibility of recognizing classified info and making sure procedures were followed. Her ever evolving story to shift blame resulted in self-inflicted harm on her campaign.


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Should Comey, Clinton, Lerner, or any other individual being accused by some on the Right of breaking our laws, not be investigated and indicted during this GOP controlled WH, Senate, House, and DOJ, it will be proof positive they weren't involved in any criminal behavior.  Period.  Outside of some imaginary conspiracy theory, there would be no other explanation for the GOP to look the other way other than there is no case to be made.

Investigations are not supposed to be political/partisan. If proper procedures are being followed, we won't know about any FBI investigations unless they result in charges being filed. There reportedly has been an IG investigation into Comey and Lerner for their handling of Hillary's emails. Time will tell.
uwApoligist

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Latest Comey revelations prove either he predetermined Clintons guilt or he lied under oath.  No way to have ti both ways. 
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ps.  I like have Dewey back, even if he is being a bit of a rat bastard posting under will_i_win. 
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