as i read the f.b.i. statement on hilary and the email case, it parses something like this.--
"she is guilty as hell, but she is not guilty as hell. (because she is hilary.)"
they found classified documents on hilary's home computer, and they found stuff mark "top secret," and they noted that her communications with regard to same were outside channels and not protected by adequate security measures. they noted it was likely that her "security" could have been easily breached by foreign agencies.
in short, they found her in violation of applicable statutes, and liable to prosecution.
and, then they opined that she is not. because she didn't mean it.
my question is, how did the stuff get to her home computer, and why did she reply to such missives, if she didn't mean to? curious, except within the confines of george orwell's "animal farm."
john jay @ 07.06.2016