Latest Hillary Clinton emails September 1, 2015, 7000 pages released by State Dept., 125 emails now classified, Over 60 emails containing redacted classified information, 305 emails flagged for further review, Emails search link
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From the WSJ September 1, 2015.
“Largest Batch to Date of Hillary Clinton Emails Released by State Department”
“The largest batch of Mrs. Clinton’s emails to date—some 7,000 pages—was released by the State Department Monday night, offering a glimpse into her small circle of advisers and gatekeepers at the State Department.
The department has now deemed about 125 emails in the latest release classified. The classified material appears in redacted form, occasionally in emails discussing internal operations and personnel.
State Department spokesman Mark Toner said that all the emails weren’t classified when sent but have since been retroactively made classified.”
“The latest set of emails is the fourth release of documents from Mrs. Clinton’s time in office from 2009 until 2013. Previously, the State Department released records pertaining to the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, as well as thousands of pages of emails on a range of personal and professional topics.
The release of Mrs. Clinton’s records has been delayed by a controversy about the presence of classified information on her server—with multiple government agencies seemingly at odds about what should be considered classified.
Two inspectors general concluded that Mrs. Clinton’s inbox contained material that was classified when it was sent. The Clinton campaign and the State Department acknowledge that much of the material has been retroactively classified but contend that Mrs. Clinton didn’t send or receive anything with classification markings.
Many of the most sensitive and controversial of her emails are being reviewed as part of a multiagency process. State Department officials have noted that such referrals and consultations with other agencies don’t mean the emails ultimately will be deemed classified.
More than 60 emails containing redacted classified information have been released so far—with additional examples of classification expected in the future.
Separately, another 305 emails have been flagged for further review by the five intelligence agencies clearing Mrs. Clinton’s emails for public release.”