The State Department could not definitively say that the personal email account used by Hillary Clinton to conduct state department business did not transmit classified information.
The House Select Committee on Benghazi has said it will subpoena all of Clinton’s emails regarding the 2012 attack. If any of those end up containing classified information, Clinton could be in trouble. In fact, the former Secretary of State could be prosecuted if she emailed classified information.
Patrick G. Eddington, Policy Analyst in Civil Liberties and Homeland Security at the Cato Institute, told this reporter that Clinton at least violated Executive Order 13526 and possibly 18 U.S.C. Sec. 793(f) of the federal code if she sent or stored classified information on her personal email.
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