SERVERGATE: Hillary Clinton’s Ever Changing Story

hlryemlsIt seems every day there is a new development in the burgeoning scandal that is Servergate, so here’s what’s happened since our original piece. The number of classified emails discovered that Hillary Clinton wrote using her personal email account has grown to 60, and another batch that was forwarded to intelligence agencies may likely result in 305 more. There are still about 32,000 outstanding emails she claims she destroyed since they were “personal.”

She has now turned over 55,000 printed emails, but they do not contain any metadata, making them difficult to trace. The House Benghazi committee subpoenaed her emails on March 4, but by then she had scrubbed the server clean, which she finally turned over to the State Department (rather convenient since it’s still under Obama).

There have been several FOIA requests filed for Clinton’s emails, and this week, on August 20, U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan said he believes her private emails violated government policy. Politico reported:

After Justice Department lawyer Peter Wechsler argued that FOIA normally doesn’t allow for searches of government officials’ private accounts, the judge said he viewed it as an unusual situation because “there was a violation of government policy.”

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