Clinton acknowledges memory problems to FBI in email investigation

Washington Post:
FBI releases documents in Clinton email investigation

The records provide the most thorough look yet at the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state:
A summary prepared by FBI agents of their hours-long interview with Clinton in July shows she repeatedly told agents she could not recall important details.

The documents paint Clinton and her staff as unaware of or unconcerned with State Department email policies.

The materials show the FBI was unable to track down all of Clinton’s devices it sought, and that made it impossible for agents to definitively determine whether her emails were hacked.
Other reports indicated she may have raised the issue of her concussion causing her memory problems.   With such a problem it is surprising that she was so unequivocal in her public pronouncements that she had delivered all her work-related emails to the State Department, when she clearly had not.  These memory problems play into a narrative by the Trump campaign that she is not well.

For someone in such an important position, she appeared remarkably ignorant of the proper handling of classified materials and said she though the classified markings were paragraph letterings.

A laptop and thumb drive where she kept missing data have also gone missing.

She had 13 total devices she used including Blackberrys and iPads and several of them were destroyed with a hammer at some point.


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