3 Hillary Clinton emails secret highest security rating, State Department review, Confidential discussions among officials of six world powers about Iran’s nuclear program
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a pattern of concealment with respect to the Clintons’ involvement
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of the allegations of misdeeds involving these institutions, documents
and files are critical to any inquiries into the matter. Yet,
at every important turn, crucial files and documents ‘‘disappeared’’
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From the NY Times September 30, 2015.
“State Dept. Calls 3 of Hillary Clinton’s Emails ‘Secret’ After Reviewing 6,300 Pages
Three emails sent to Hillary Rodham Clinton in 2011 when she was secretary of state contained information that should have been considered “secret,” the government’s second-highest classification, according to a State Department review of about 6,300 pages of her emails made public on Wednesday.
In one case, officials have deemed the email secret because aides to Mrs. Clinton attached a document containing the minutes of secret negotiations in 2008 between Israelis and Palestinians that had been posted online by the Al Jazeera television network.
In another instance, two emails sent to Mrs. Clinton contained summaries of confidential discussions among officials of six world powers about Iran’s nuclear program. The emails, sent by Jake Sullivan, one of Mrs. Clinton’s top advisers at the State Department, have now been marked secret by the department.
Among the emails released Wednesday were five that appear to be attempts by hackers to penetrate Mrs. Clinton’s email system. The messages appear to be notices of speeding tickets from the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. But the emails are well known as phishing attempts by hackers in Russia. It is not clear whether Mrs. Clinton clicked on the malware-infected messages.”
“Mrs. Clinton’s emails also show her private frustration over her interactions with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel as she pressed his government in early 2010 to make concessions the United States believed were critical to move toward a peace settlement.
“FYI. Israelis spinning up a storm, starting with plane briefing on the way over,” an aide to Mrs. Clinton wrote to her, noting that one reporter at the briefing said the Israelis “sounded a bit cocky.”
“They always sound cocky — in the air or on the ground,” Mrs. Clinton wrote back, to Mr. Sullivan.”