FBI Seizes Four State Dept Servers While Investigating Hillary

fbi_agents_reutersThe FBI has seized four State Department servers in an effort to find out how confidential secrets made their way to Hillary Clinton’s server.  The State Dept. maintains two email systems.  One for everyday business and the second for the handling of top secret information.  The second system has layers of security to protect classified information.  Hillary’s server was private and contained no such protection.

The confiscation of the servers means that the FBI has indeed found confidential information on Hillary’s server and they want to find out how it came to be on her system.  There could be other reasons for the seizure.  They could want to know if the emails were sent as marked with security codes, which could mean Hillary or her crew removed those markings to bolster their story that nothing came to Clinton as confidential.  It could also be that the FBI found emails in the deleted pile that were business-related and they want to use the servers to confirm those suspicions.

Whatever the reason for taking the servers, it could not be good news for Clinton.  She is already distrusted by the majority of Americans.  Every new allegation has sent her poll numbers plummeting.  She has advisers supposedly suggesting to her to hire a legal team or to pleading to a minor charge to get out from under the microscope, but either could be seen as an admission of guilt and hurt her even more.

The main focus of the FBI investigation is that emails which are classified as Top Secret (The highest possible classification) were found on Hillary’s server.  Contrary to what Hillary and her worker bees contend, that is not “allowed.”  Such information is kept on the security server and should never be transferred to a non-secure server, where it could be easily hacked.

Should Hillary be worried?


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