Emails, indictments and immunity

Emails, indictments and immunity

Unread postby BMPMD » Thu Sep 29, 2016 9:10 pm

Regarding Hillary Clinton’s emails: her personal server handled approximately 24 emails per day for each day she was Secretary of State. Something that I have not seen discussed, how many of her other emails were sent through “normal State Dept. channels”. How does this number sent through “normal channels” compare to her predecessors? Is the number of emails sent through “normal channels” for Hillary Clinton significantly less than Secretaries of State Rice or Powell? Planted messages on a potentially vulnerable private server that was monitored could provide valuable information. Stealthily acquired information regarding who was hacking (or tried to), the methods they used and the pattern of dissemination of this information could be invaluable. This could explain the immunity given as well as the lack of indictments to those involved. If there is relative equity in the number of emails sent through the State Department server for all 3 Secretaries of States, the perceived subject of cover-up may not be what it appears.
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