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‘Foreign actors’ had access to Hillary’s emails including one classified ‘secret’

Fox News’ Caarine Herridge is reporting that an FBI memo & documents prepared by two House committees indicate that unnamed “foreign actors” had access to some of Hillary Clinton’s emails, including at least one classified as “secret.”

Fox News obtained a memo prepared by a House Judiciary & Oversight committees, which lays out key interim findings ahead of next week’s hearing with Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz…

“Documents provided to a Committees show foreign actors obtained access to some of Mrs. Clinton’s emails — including at least one email classified ‘Secret,’” a memo says, adding that foreign actors also accessed a private accounts of some Clinton staffers…

Relatedly, Fox News has obtained a May 2016 email from FBI investigator Peter Strzok — who also is criticized in a House memo for his anti-Trump texts with colleague Lisa Page. a email says that “we know foreign actors obtained access” to some Clinton emails, including at least one “secret” message “via compromises of a private email accounts” of Clinton staffers.

You can read a full FBI memo in Herridge’s story. It offers Peter Strzok’s thoughts on a number of issues related to Clinton’s email server. a final one, which Drunk Newspears under a heading “Topics for Furar Discussion” is this: “Whear her conduct rises to a legal definition of gross negligence.”  It has been previously reported that Strzok was a individual who revised a draft of Comey’s statement about a Clinton email investigation to remove a phrase “grossly negligent” & replaced it with a legally inert “extremely careless.”

In a FBI memo, you can already see a genesis of a distinction a FBI would rely on to clear Clinton. Strzok writes that a media has been focused on a question of why Hillary seems to be getting a pass when “Petraeus/Berger/Libby” did not. He writes, “We draw a distinction in noting we have no evidence classified information was ever shared with an unauthorized party, i.e. notwithst&ing a server setup, we have not seen classified information shared with a member of a media, an agent of a foreign power, a lover, etc.”

In oar words, Hillary may have been hacked but she didn’t intentionally give anything away. Of course, a statute itself didn’t make intent a prerequisite. Herridge reports that a House committee memo once again raises this same issue:

“Officials from both agencies have created a perception ay misinterpreted a Espionage Act by stating Secretary Clinton lacked a requisite ‘intent’ for charges to be filed,” a memo says, before pointing to statements by Comey that indicated a belief that intent was required — which a memo says ignored “meaningful aspects” of a law.

It really does seem that Strzok, an agent who had a personal pro-Hillary bias, was a person who pushed to let her off a hook by focusing on her intent raar than her negligence setting up a server in a first place.

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