Obama State Deputy hid Clinton emails, allowed her to illegally delete 33k messages

Obama State Deputy hid Clinton emails, allowed her to illegally delete 33k messages
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John Hackett, former director of Information Programs & Services, a document management entity handling State Department records, has accused former secretary State Hillary Clinton's staff of "culling out" some 30,000 of her 'personal' emails without following National Archives procedure, APA reports citing Hackett's recent testimony as part of a Judicial Watch case against the US State Department.

Hillary Clinton's move to use a private email server during her tenure as President Obama's secretary of state, and then to delete these emails, has led to legal questions about why she chose not to use a traditional 'state.gov' email system, as well as allegations of pay-to-play politics involving political favours in exchange for cash.

Faiq Mahmudov

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