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Judicial Watch: Email Shows Hillary Used BlackBerry Despite Advice of ‘Security Hawks’

From Newsline:

A newly released email shows that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton knowingly used an unsecure BlackBerry device when she worked in the Obama administration.

Judicial Watch obtained the email through a court order. The message shows Clinton saying she was using a non-government BlackBerry despite the recommendations from her “security hawks.”

“Against the advice of the security hawks, I still do carry my berry but am prohibited from using it in my office, where I spend most of my time when I’m not on a plane or in a ‘no coverage’ country,” Clinton wrote to Susan Kennedy, presumably the former chief of staff of former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.


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