FBI seizes State Department servers in Hillary email probe

The investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails expanded dramatically yesterday when the FBI siezed four State Department servers to discover if any classified emails were exposed. In addition, a second tech company turned over servers that stored Clinton emails to the FBI.  Clinton had hired a Connecticut company, Datto, Inc., to back up her emails on a cloud storage system. McClatchy: The disclosure came as a Republican Senate committee chairman, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, also asked the firm to turn over to the committee copies of any Clinton emails still in its possession. There were conflicting accounts as to whether the development could lead to recovery of any of Clinton’s more than 31,000 personal emails, which she said she deleted from her private server upon turning over her work-related emails to the State Department, at its request, in December 2014. Congressional Republicans have voiced skepticism as to whether the 30,940 business...(Read Full Post)