Judicial Watch also points out that even though Hillary was assigned an official government email she chose to use her unsecured personal one.
Nearly four years after filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking all emails sent and received by Hillary Clinton and her staff via her unsecured private email server when she served as Secretary of State, Judicial Watch has finally received what appears to be the "final batch" of emails Clinton "tried to delete or destroy" that the FBI managed to recover. Among this newly uncovered batch of emails, which amount to over 700 pages of documents, Judicial Watch uncoverd what appear to be five more email exchanges containing classified information.
"Hillary Clinton repeatedly stated that the 55,000 pages of documents she turned over to the State Department in December 2014 included all of her work-related emails," Judicial Watch explained in its announcement of the release of the final batch of emails. "In response to a court order in another Judicial Watch case, she declared under penalty of perjury in 2015 that she had 'directed that all my emails on clintonemail.com in my custody that were or are potentially federal records be provided to the Department of State, and on information and belief, this has been done.' In 2017, the FBI uncovered 72,000 pages of documents Clinton attempted to delete or did not otherwise disclose."
Judicial Watch notes that this should be "the final batch" of emails because the production of documents in this case has now "concluded." In total, the FBI was only able to recover or find less than a fifth, about 5,000 of the 33,000 government emails Clinton "took and tried to destroy."
The newly uncovered documents include what Judicial Watch determined to be five new classified exchanges...