The Clinton’s have a very long history of losing documents during various investigations and scandals over the years going all the way back to Arkansas. It’s not just the current investigation into deleted emails in which the State Department’s own internal probe found former Secretary Hillary Clinton violated federal record keeping laws. It’s not just whitewater it’s several investigations where documents have turned up missing exonerating the Clintons clearing them of guilt despite huge violations of obstruction of justice to do so.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a secret email to conduct official business broke a number of department policies, an inspector general concluded in a report sent to Capitol Hill Wednesday that also suggests she used the account to try to hide her communications from the public.
The 83-page report, obtained by The Washington Times, is devastating in its evaluation of Mrs. Clinton’s behavior, saying it can find no record of her getting approval from either security or legal staffers for her unique arrangement. The report also undercuts many of her campaign’s explanations for her use of the system, dismisses comparisons to her predecessors’ email use, and points to repeated hacking attempts that she failed to report.