Clinton email revealed highly sensitive information from human intelligence

clinton-emailscandalIt looks as though Hillary Clinton’s email problem just got a whole lot worse.

According to a report from Fox News, “at least one of the emails” on her homebrew email server “contained extremely sensitive information” on “human intelligence sources in ongoing operations.”

Can you say, “ruh roh?”

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Fox News reported:

According to a December 2013 policy document released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence: This designation “is used to protect exceptionally fragile and unique IC (intelligence community) clandestine HUMINT operations and methods that are not intended for dissemination outside of the originating agency.”

It is not publicly known whether the information contained in the Clinton emails also revealed who the human source was, their nationality or affiliation.

Dan Maguire, former Special Operations strategic planner for Africom, told Fox News the disclosure of sensitive material impacts national security and exposes U.S. sources.

In short, it appears now that Hillary’s email shenanigans have actually put lives in danger.

“There are people’s lives at stake. Certainly in an intel SAP, if you’re talking about sources and methods, there may be one person in the world that would have access to the type of information contained in that SAP,” said Dan Maguire, a former Special Operations strategic planner for Africom.

Don’t hold your breath.  Clinton has been scamming her way to the top for over 40 years and she’s managed to elude prosecution.




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