Valid grouping poised to quiz Clinton aides about email server

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 8:15 AM

The agreement filed late Friday with the U. S. District Ct in WA comes after a judge consented to authorize the grouping Judicial Look "limited discovery" to probe why Clinton relied on an email server in her NY residence during her tenure as secretary of state.

Valid grouping poised to quiz Clinton aides about email server

The State Dept has agreed to a conservative valid group'south request to question several current and former government executive about the creation of Hillary Clinton'south private email system.

The agreement filed late Friday with the U. S. District Ct in WA comes after a judge consented to authorize the grouping Judicial Look "limited discovery" to probe why Clinton relied on an email server in her NY residence during her tenure as secretary of state.

Questions about the email system have bedeviled Clinton during her running for the Democratic presidential nomination.

If Judge Emmet G. Sullivan approves of Friday'south agreement, lawyers from Judicial Look will be allowed to depose Clinton'south top aides, including former chief of staff Cheryl D. Mills, deputy chief of staff Huma Abedin and undersecretary Patrick F. Kennedy.

Also on the list to be questioned is Bryan Pagliano, the dept employee who set up and maintained Clinton'south residence brew email system. Pagliano previously invoked his Fifth Amendment right in declining to reply questions from a congressional committee.

The FBI is investigating whether sensitive information that flowed through Clinton'south email server was mishandled. The inspectors common at the State Dept and U. S. intelligence agencies are separately investigating whether rules or laws were broken.

There are also at least thirty-eight civil lawsuits, including one filed by The Associated Press, seeking copies of government records related to Clinton'south time as secretary of state from two thousand nine to 2013.

Critics of Clinton'south decision to rely on the private server have suggested it potentially made her communications more assailable to being stolen by hackers, including those working for foreign intelligence agencies.

In response to public records requests, the State Dept has released more than 52.000 pages of her work-related emails, a tiny percentage of which have been withheld because they contain information considered sensitive to national security. Thousands of extra emails have been withheld by Clinton, whose lawyers declare they contain personal messages unrelated to her government service.

Clinton has admitted on the campaign trace that her home-based email setup was a mistake, but she insists she never sent or received any documents that were marked classified at the time.

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