Hillary classified email scandal: And then there were 60

As the State Department continues to review the emails that Hillary chose to submit to them (before having her server professionally wiped), the number of emails discovered to contain classified information is ballooning.  John Solomon reports in the Washington Times:

While media coverage has focused on a half-dozen of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s personal emails containing sensitive intelligence, the total number of her private emails identified by an ongoing State Department review as having contained classified data has ballooned to 60, officials told The Washington Times. (snip)

The 60 emails are among those that have been reviewed and cleared for release under the Freedom of Information Act as part of a open-records lawsuit. Some of the emails have multiple redactions for classified information.

The total of 60 is through the end of July, with the process expected to last many more months.  Thus, as the campaign proceeds, we can expect that the total will be in the hundreds. That’s quite a contrast with Hillary’s statement at her U.N. press conferences that she sent or received “no classified emails.”

Drip, drip, drip…

As the State Department continues to review the emails that Hillary chose to submit to them (before having her server professionally wiped), the number of emails discovered to contain classified information is ballooning.  John Solomon reports in the Washington Times:

While media coverage has focused on a half-dozen of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s personal emails containing sensitive intelligence, the total number of her private emails identified by an ongoing State Department review as having contained classified data has ballooned to 60, officials told The Washington Times. (snip)

The 60 emails are among those that have been reviewed and cleared for release under the Freedom of Information Act as part of a open-records lawsuit. Some of the emails have multiple redactions for classified information.

The total of 60 is through the end of July, with the process expected to last many more months.  Thus, as the campaign proceeds, we can expect that the total will be in the hundreds. That’s quite a contrast with Hillary’s statement at her U.N. press conferences that she sent or received “no classified emails.”

Drip, drip, drip…