...There are other examples that suggest Clinton aides drew upon a variety of classified information to produce updates of events in Libya and elsewhere and sent them via email, according to the officials familiar with the investigation who asked not to be identified.
...Anybody who knowingly emailed classified material to Clinton or her top aides when she was secretary of state could face criminal prosecution, according to current and former U.S. national security officials. Those who inadvertently send or receive classified data could be prosecuted for gross negligence.
...There are several scenarios in which known classified material could have been improperly transferred, according to [former NSA and CIA director Michael] Hayden and one of the U.S. officials who asked for anonymity ... The most egregious way would be to knowingly strip classification markings from documents or other data, a move that would clearly be a criminal act.
Steven Ahle relays news of a whole school of lawyers hired by the Humster:
Huma Abedin has hired an entire team of lawyers to handle her ever growing number of scandals. She is heavily involved in Hillary’s private email scandal. She denied that she had an email account on Hillary’s server. On Monday, Hillary told a federal judge that Abedin did indeed have an email account. If she doesn’t produce emails from that account, she could be in huge trouble. She also claimed pay for when she was on vacation in Italy and at home after giving birth to her first child. She could also be a suspect in the changing of the confidential and top secret codes on Hillary’s emails.
In related news, a second Clinton email server is likely to exist:
Conflicting accounts of when data was removed from Hillary Clinton's private server indicate copies of emails known to contain classified information may reside on a device other than the one presently in FBI custody...
...Platte River Networks, the company that managed Clinton's email network after she stepped down from her post as secretary of state, indicated it transferred data off the original server in mid-2013...
...But the Clinton campaign has suggested the former secretary of state did not erase emails she deemed personal until January of this year, raising questions as to where the emails were located when her staff sifted through them to determine which were related to her government service...
If a second server or any backup media for the Clinton server are discovered, the full scope of Clinton's criminal activities may become clear. I refer not only to the co-mingling of classified data on insecure and unapproved devices, but also to the pay-for-play activities of the State Department as it relates to the Clinton Global Graft Initiative.
Huma's best bet at this point may be to start working a plea bargain.
Hat tip: BadBlue News.