Thursday, January 21, 2016

Too Hot to View

Fox News is reporting that some of the emails on the server at Hillary Clinton's house were too classified for members of Congress to view.
Some of Hillary Clinton’s emails on her private server contained information so secret that senior lawmakers who oversee the State Department cannot read them without fulfilling additional security requirements, Fox News has learned.
That's a problem.  Regardless of her earlier statements that she sent or received no classified emails, it appears that she was getting them.
 As Fox News previously reported, a Jan. 14 letter from Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III to senior lawmakers said an intelligence review identified "several dozen" additional classified emails -- including specific intelligence from "special access programs" (SAP). 
That's a problem.  When I was in the military, I held a secret clearance, and I knew what I could do and not do with classified information.  SAP information is so secret that it is compartmented, on a need-to-know basis.  If you don't need to know, you don't see it.

And this was on her private server.  At home. In her house.  Unsecured.

Any lesser mortal would already be in the jail.  Probably without bond.  I'm just sayin'.

1 comment:

Bibliotheca Servare said...

Yeah...who wants to bet she never sees the inside of a jail cell? Infuriating, but sadly likely, I'm afraid.