Hillary put above Top Secret information on her illegal private server that was hacked multiple times.
Charles McCullough, the Deputy Inspector General at Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) testified that the emails were TOO TOP SECRET even for Congress to see. The Deputy Inspector General didn’t even have the security clearance to see those emails. He couldn’t even tell Congress the name of the agency that the emails came from.
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Retired DIA and State Department career employee Greg Davis posted on his Facebook page:
Here’s a conundrum.
Hillary’s “negligence” allowed the dissemination of the most sensitive Intelligence material — i.e., Sources and Methods of Human Intelligence, Signals Intelligence, Imagery Intelligence, and Electronic Intelligence to an unlimited number of unidentified, uncleared individuals and groups — including our enemies — around the world. By now, that would include thousands of unauthorized recipients.
The Intelligence information falls into a dual category;
1) It is ORCON [Originator Controlled] meaning the parent agency solely determines who should have access on a NEED TO KNOW basis; And
2) It is SCI [Sensitive Compartmented Intelligence] which is accessible to a very limited audience.
This is Intelligence information So Sensitive that not even staff members of THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE were aware of its existence, much less its content.
But, now, it is in the hands of thousands of unauthorized people, and the disclosure of the Sources and Methods of this Intelligence puts both Intelligence programs AND personnel at risk.
The conundrum is that the Committee members who have to pass judgment on Hillary’s criminal activity can’t be cleared for access to this information in the tim available — even though the SCI/ORCON material is now ostensibly in the Public Domain.
This breach by Hillary is perhaps the most serious in the history of US national security.