- US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton should make another nearly 15,000 emails public, who sent them from a private server. Which has ruled the court.
The judge is following the Freedom of Information Act, which states that such documents should be made publicly available. The e-mails may be initially screened by the Ministry for the presence of sensitive information. This process was completed in October, shortly before the election.
Clinton previously indicated that they had used the private server because it was easier and that there was not sent confidential information. The server was at her home in Chappaqua in New York State. Sending secret government information via private e-mail is prohibited in the US The emails were sent in 2009, when Clinton had just been appointed foreign minister.
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