[Ed. – Undoubtedly this is just scratching the surface.]
Former Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman and current Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley revealed late Wednesday that the State Department has found 30 incidents of mishandling classified information under Secretary Hillary Clinton.
“The State Department has identified 23 violations and seven infractions in its ongoing review of the mishandling of classified information associated with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a non-government email server for official business. The revelations came in an update to Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who has been leading congressional oversight into the mishandling of classified information and the alienation of federal records,” Grassley’s office released in a statement. “The State Department’s update noted that 15 individuals were assessed for violations or infractions, and some of them were found culpable of multiple security incidents. Individuals with a security violation or three or more infractions have been referred to the proper officials for documentation and possible discipline. The department also acknowledged that the number of violations and infractions may change as the investigation progresses.”