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Washington Free Beacon by Bill Gertz
The FBI has seized four State Department computer servers as part of its probe into how classified information was compromised on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email system, according to people familiar with the investigation.
The four servers, which were located at the State Department’s headquarters building, were seized by the FBI several weeks ago. They are being checked by technical forensic analysts charged with determining how Top Secret material was sent to Clinton’s private email by State Department aides during her tenure as secretary from 2009 to 2013, said two people familiar with the probe. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because it is an ongoing investigation….
Obama administration attorneys attempting to distance themselves from the Clinton email server cover up are arguing that Clinton’s email server was a personal server and not under the purview of the State Department.
Judicial Watch, a conservative public interest law firm pursuing the emails, told a federal judge Tuesday that it would argue that the email account and the server Mrs. Clinton kept at her home in New York were always government property, so the State Department — not Mrs. Clinton — has an obligation to go through the emails and decide what should be released to the public….
Obama administration attorneys attempting to distance themselves from the Clinton email server debacle are arguing that Clinton’s email server was a personal server and not under the purview of the State Department.