JEROME CORSI : 'BIGGEST SCANDAL IN U.S. HISTORY ABOUT TO BREAK'...reveals what's coming next

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The rules for handling classified materials is you’ve got to handle them on secured channels. You can’t let them go on an insecure channel,” Corsi said. “Clearly, sending these emails to Yahoo.com – and we know some of them had classified material because they’ve been marked classified – is a violation of the law, and it doesn’t require intent"...

He said the key to this story getting legs is the NYPD involvement in investigating Anthony Weiner’s alleged sexting of underage girls.

"This is a crime scheme that stinks,” Corsi said. “I think this WikiLeaks and this cache of 600,000 emails from the State Department, plus the other documentation we’ve gotten over time, I think this is going to be the biggest scandal in U.S. history, and it’s just about to break.”

(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...

 

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At my job(s) EMAILS arrive with attachments. The text is not often "top secret" but, attached PDF, Power Point, imbedded links oe Excel etc. are most always private internal. Many you cannot print. You need authorization or password privilege to follow links. You could click on it but if not for you, cannot view. All on internal network you need privelege to sign on.

You don't usually get a bunch of wordy EMAILS w/o some official documentation attached or linked. Many times you are asked to read and "E-approve".
 

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