|Official portrait of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
The Inspector General's report released on Wednesday concluded that Clinton had "not complied with the requirements of her very own agency when she created a private server to be used at her private home in New York."
The report is lengthy — 78 pages without summary and table of contents. I read the report. All of it. Something went wrong in this case, and the justice system needs to continue to "do the job of the people" in this case instead of being caught up into a political firestorm.
It is actually an easy read....
State Dept. IG Report on "Email Records Management and Cybersecurity Requirements" by Keegan Hamilton
As an Investigative Journalist who has uncovered political corruption at all levels of government, this report MATTERS and the most important part of this document are the individual names of those who actually did the investigation and crafted the final document.
Every elected official in America has an email account, cell phone, fax machines, and the public and media has the right to have access to their data...all the way down to their personal American On Line (old school) email servers.
One last thing.
This report was crafted by real public employees who are paid by you and I.
Not one of their names were actually mentioned on any news report today. So, in case you want to know WHO was responsible for the Hillary Clinton Email Server Report (my words, not the official name....) here they are....
Jennifer L. Costello, Team Leader, Office of Evaluations and Special Projects
David Z. Seide, Team Leader, Office of Evaluations and Special Projects;
Jeffrey McDermott, Office of Evaluations and Special Projects;
Robert Lovely, Office of Evaluations and Special Projects;
Michael Bosserdet, Office of Inspections;
Brett Fegley, Office of Inspections;
Kristene McMinn, Office of Inspections;
Timothy Williams, Office of Inspections;
Aaron Leonard, Office of Audits;
Phillip Ropella, Office of Audits;
Kelly Minghella, Office of Investigations;
Eric Myers, Office of Investigations