- Additional findings from the revived Hillary Clinton email investigation include the fact that the former Secretary of State and Huma Abedin exchanged reams of emails, many of which contained highly sensitive government-related material, through the website anthonyweiner.com. Weiner reportedly used this website for his own campaign purposes, though the email addresses used therein were not well-known throughout Washington.
- From what the FBI now knows about these new emails, it appears numerous people had access to top secret government documents exchanged through an unsecured server via Weiner’s laptop, though it’s not yet clear if these individuals were aware of it or not.
- “At one point, FBI sources said, Abedin and Clinton’s classified and top secret State Department documents and emails were stored in Weiner’s email on a server shared with a dog grooming service and a western Canadian bicycle shop.”
- It looks as if Clinton and Abedin broke cyber-security protocol habitually. For one thing, Weiner had access to top secret State Department material even though he was not in a position to legally have it available to him. Also, any company or individual who was involved in the maintenance of anthonyweiner.com had unrestricted access to thousands upon thousands of classified emails.
- There’s really no telling how many people were given a free pass into information of which only those in the highest of governmental positions are supposed to see.
- It’s possible the reopened Hillary Clinton email investigation could lead to the end of the woman who so hopes to be the next U.S. president, but that’s what many people thought the first time around.
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