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JoMo 07-05-2016 12:52

Unless you are a Clinton....

Court: Officials can't use private email accounts to evade records laws | TheHill

Federere 07-05-2016 12:54

Gonna be hilarious watching Trump followers cry when Hillary wins

def 07-05-2016 12:55

this was expected so crying should be limited

NoGodForMe 07-05-2016 12:58

The general election will be rigged, just like it was last time when Obama won.

Gimmie my free stuff, even if I'm a slave to the gubiment.

Plasmatic 07-05-2016 12:58

Does this mean they're off the hook for money laundering too?

SuicideSnowman 07-05-2016 13:09

Amanda Marcotte
***8207;@AmandaMarcotte
Not defending Clinton here. Just saying anyone who has cursed out loud when their password expires can probably understand her mistake.

NightTrain 07-05-2016 13:13

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What is even more shocking is that the FBI itself, less than a year ago, charged one Bryan H. Nishimura, 50, of Folsom, who pleaded guilty to "unauthorized removal and retention of classified materials" without malicious intent, in other words precisely what the FBI alleges Hillary did.
FBI Folsom Naval Reservist is Sentenced After Pleading Guilty to Unauthorized Removal and Retention of Classified Materials

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U.S. Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman immediately sentenced Nishimura to two years of probation, a $7,500 fine, and forfeiture of personal media containing classified materials. Nishimura was further ordered to surrender any currently held security clearance and to never again seek such a clearance.

According to court documents, Nishimura was a Naval reservist deployed in Afghanistan in 2007 and 2008. In his role as a Regional Engineer for the U.S. military in Afghanistan, Nishimura had access to classified briefings and digital records that could only be retained and viewed on authorized government computers. Nishimura, however, caused the materials to be downloaded and stored on his personal, unclassified electronic devices and storage media. He carried such classified materials on his unauthorized media when he traveled off-base in Afghanistan and, ultimately, carried those materials back to the United States at the end of his deployment. In the United States, Nishimura continued to maintain the information on unclassified systems in unauthorized locations, and copied the materials onto at least one additional unauthorized and unclassified system.


Nishimura’s actions came to light in early 2012, when he admitted to Naval personnel that he had handled classified materials inappropriately. Nishimura later admitted that, following his statement to Naval personnel, he destroyed a large quantity of classified materials he had maintained in his home. Despite that, when the Federal Bureau of Investigation searched Nishimura’s home in May 2012, agents recovered numerous classified materials in digital and hard copy forms. The investigation did not reveal evidence that Nishimura intended to distribute classified information to unauthorized personnel.

WarBuddha 07-05-2016 13:56

What is hilarious is all the Liberals who ***** about the 1% are defending Hillary. They're too ****ing stupid to see she's in the .05%.

Veniggs 07-05-2016 14:04

rich white female privilege is the best kind of privilege

globalist racists rejoice

Veniggs 07-05-2016 14:05

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Originally Posted by DealyRrunk (Post 18601204)
Im actually registered as an Independent, what about you?

lmao

Hologram 07-05-2016 14:12

if any of us did what she did, we would have gotten the chair on national television

WarBuddha 07-05-2016 14:16

You wouldn't have gotten the chair, but you wouldn't have a security clearance anymore or access to any kind of government network ever again.

Got Haggis? 07-05-2016 14:17

the real crime is people thinking email is secure enough to send classified information in the first place, no matter .gov or private (without pgp key, etc)

MasterGnr 07-05-2016 14:17

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Originally Posted by Hologram (Post 18601267)
if any of us did what she did, we would have gotten the chair on national television

Wonder how many peons who did less were convicted or are charged that will be using this as a precedent?

Got Haggis? 07-05-2016 14:19

also, i wouldn't expect hillary clinton to be a master of IT and understand the inner working of email servers. She got bad advice, or hired a bunch of IT "yes men" or something

havax 07-05-2016 14:22

the best we can hope for is someone with a set of balls will release emails to the public, and those emails reveal the back door corrupt deals with the clinton foundation laundering.

WarBuddha 07-05-2016 14:25

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Originally Posted by Got Haggis? (Post 18601272)
also, i wouldn't expect hillary clinton to be a master of IT and understand the inner working of email servers. She got bad advice, or hired a bunch of IT "yes men" or something

Yea pretty sure it's common knowledge for everyone who has ever worked in the government that you can't make your own private email server and have TS/SCI information on it.

Whoever her IT was told her she couldn't do it, she said she doesn't ****ing care and needs to have a more convenient way of doing ****. So she paid someone a **** load of money and it happened.

You're a ****ing naive retard if you think she wasn't warned and told the security violations of doing this.

Reggs 07-05-2016 14:26

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Originally Posted by Got Haggis? (Post 18601272)
also, i wouldn't expect hillary clinton to be a master of IT and understand the inner working of email servers. She got bad advice, or hired a bunch of IT "yes men" or something

The easiest thing to do for someone who doesn't understand tech well is to just use whatever systems the government had in place for email instead of making your own system.

WarBuddha 07-05-2016 14:27

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Originally Posted by Got Haggis? (Post 18601270)
the real crime is people thinking email is secure enough to send classified information in the first place, no matter .gov or private (without pgp key, etc)

Spoken like a guy who knows nothing about government networks, do everyone a favor and just ignore this topic.

SuicideSnowman 07-05-2016 14:30

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Originally Posted by Reggs (Post 18601275)
The easiest thing to do for someone who doesn't understand tech well is to just use whatever systems the government had in place for email instead of making your own system.

Yes, I wonder why somebody would want to have more control over the e-mails that they are sending.


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