I just saw a new batch of Hillary Rodham Clinton (HRC) emails were posted within the last two days while no one was watching anything but the Memo diversion, and all I can say is wow. I have not seen some of these points brought out, so will start a thread that might grow slowly as I parse them.
In the email above (post (1)), HRC communicates with Doug Band. Band created the Clinton Global Initiative, and is widely viewed as Bill Clinton’s coordinator/handler. HRC notes the Turkish PM was prevented entry into a hotel by Obama secret service. HRC asks Band to have Bill contact the Turkish Prime Minister to smooth things over. First, Bill Clinton (WJC) is engaging in state department activities, and HRC is enabling that. I’m sure there was no summary memo prepared of the dialogue between WJC and the Turkish PM. Furthermore, Doug Band is coordinating the dialogue between WJC & the Turkish PM. Being a top non-Clinton executive for the CGI & Clinton Foundation, devious “donations” are immediately a reasonable assumption, especially since HRC is asking Band, & not Huma to coordinate. And while “pay-to-play” is not expressly stated, it’s as close as possible without the exact words. Next we see another trail of emails between HRC & her information technology go-to, Justin Cooper. Two things are stunning in this email, which many might miss. The 1st point is in Cooper’s last paragraph. He’s discussing getting HRC a BlackBerry for use in a foreign country.
While using a 2nd, non-state-issued & non-state-protected device is shocking, it’s not new information. We’ve known this practice for a while now. Read that paragraph. They are actually MORE concerned w/ accessing the bathroom illegal server than State Department servers. (Correction: The relevant concern for the “house server” is in the 1st paragraph, not the second.) The 2nd point is that HRC is told foreign state actors are always trying to hack their devices when abroad. We saw this disregard a few weeks ago in a different email batch. What is brought into the light w/ this email is that both HRC AND Cooper: (a) know of the foreign hacking prevalence, (b) that US technology applied to State Department Blackberrys fights to avoid that hacking, but ALSO. (c) Cooper is having difficulty matching that high level of security on a 2nd BlackBerry that HRC insists on always having to sync to her home repository of treason. In fact, Cooper suggests he might not even be able to provide security as strong as the government devices. Cooper mentions he is “trying” to secure against hacking software leeching onto HRC BlackBerry. However, there is no certainty. A third point on this email popped out at me just before moving on. Cooper has adopted the term for the BlackBerry as a “work around” device. In the last sentence of the email, Cooper eliminates any ambiguity of what the “work around” refers in the first paragraph. “…that is what I’m trying to do (I.e., Lock a 2nd device down so software packets from foreign governments cannot be installed when in the foreign country) with the work around so its blocked.” In summary from this ONE email: (a) Intent to bypass federal record retention laws by using a second, off government server BlackBerry, (b) Knowingly & willingly putting secrets at risk w/potentially weaker device security, & (c) Placing personal interest over US interests. It’s important to notice something about BOTH these emails…they both are communications w/ “H.” If you’ve ever set up Microsoft Outlook, you enter a name for a email account that outward recipients see. HRC used “H” for her [email protected] server. This was intentionally off the grid of government records collection. Totally fraudulent. The previous email about Blackberries was from August 30, 2011. This next email again deals with BlackBerry problems, but is 5 months later of January 31, 2012, dealing with yet another need for a replacement BlackBerry because it is acting up.
The first observation is that with the repeated problems, even the most non-technical person could suspect there is a successful ongoing, coordinated and persistent infiltration of her non-State BlackBerrys. I had BlackBerrys in previous jobs. They were always stable. Another thing to note: In both instances, the issues revolve around power consumption / battery retention. As we have all experienced with modern devices, batteries wear out. But we are also learning that they wear out faster as hours of usage are logged. Stated differently, a battery may drain from 100% to 5% twice as fast after 1,000 hours of consumption (via the charge/drain cycle). An additional variable shortens the life as well: battery strain. The faster power is drawn from the battery can reduce the longevity as well. The point of the electrical engineering tangent is that the pattern of power problems with HRC BlackBerrys could indicate both excessive use (e.g., someone remotely constantly tapping into the B.B. causing power drain) and hidden programs running to add battery strain. Now the second point to notice from this January 31, 2012 email is that HRC has the ability to access her potty server in several remote ways. First is her BlackBerry. Let’s assume that BlackBerry is hack-proof. In this email, however, we see HRC can also access her bathroom server over the Internet. Does she have access to a browser at Starbucks? No problem. All you need is any “web enabled” browser. And as a side note, in case that’s too tricky for HRC, you might as well just use Dropbox like Debbie Wassermann-Schulz did when giving the Awan Brothers access to Top Secret/Compartmental information to sell on the black market to America’s enemies. It’s not much different.
Judicial Watch: New Documents Reveal More Instances of Classified Information on Hillary Clinton’s Unsecure, Non-‘State.gov’ System
Judicial Watch released 78 pages of new Hillary Clinton docs from the State Dept containing emails that include even more classified info & that show Clinton had knowledge about the serious security problems w/ her unsecured non-State(dot)gov email system.
Judicial Watch today released 78 pages of new documents from the U.S. Department of State containing emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sent and received over her unsecure, non-“state.gov” email system. Three of the email exchanges include classified information. The emails also reveal that Clinton had detailed knowledge about the security issues with in her non-State Department email system.
On March 8, 2011, Hillary Clinton sent classified information regarding Bahrain to Justin Cooper, who reportedly had no security clearance, with instructions to show it to Bill Clinton. Cooper was the Bill Clinton aide, who asked State Department IT specialist Bryan Pagliano to build a server for Mrs. Clinton in early 2009 as she started her new job as Secretary of State.
On August 24, 2010, Clinton emailed Cooper additional classified information to print, including the secretary’s call sheet for Indian Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.
In a February 13, 2010, email exchange, Hillary Clinton passed along classified information to Cooper, which originally was sent to Cheryl Mills (Clinton’s then-chief of staff) by U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Carlos Pascual. The classified information included a note from Mexican Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa to Hillary Clinton. In the email to Cooper, Clinton asks him to “look for Espinosa’s note and respond.”  Judicial Watch