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Hilary Clinton emails leaked through WikiLeaks: Should Clinton face federal charges for transmitting classified information over her private email server?

Hilary Clinton emails leaked through WikiLeaks: Should Clinton face federal charges for transmitting classified information over her private email server?
  • Yes, Hillary Clinton should face federal charges.

    Wikileaks has revealed that Hillary Clinton's emails that show she did transmit classified information over her private email server. Clinton should face federal charges for transmitting classified information over her private server. Anyone else would be held liable for the same crime. Clinton should not be above the law, and should be prosecuted for any wrong doing.

  • Clinton should not face federal charges in the e-mail probe

    Hillary Clinton should not face federal charges for transmitting classified information over her private e-mail server. The well-regarded and respected head of the FBI recommended no criminal charges should be filed. This was just an error of judgement, not a criminal offense. She was also following her predecessor's example and relying on the advice of experts.

  • No, Clinton should not face federal charges for transmitting classified information over her private email server

    No, Clinton should not face federal charges for transmitting classified information over her private email server as long as adequate security measures were taken. In the future, if someone were to transmit classified information over their private email server the person should face charges because they have been warned by the Hilary incident.

  • No, Clinton should not face federal charges for using private email server

    The use of her private email server was a poor judgement by Hilary Clinton but it is not a federal crime. Other government officials have also used their private email during the same time and it is not worth the time and expense to put each person through a federal trial. The use of email needs to be protected in the future as much as possible.


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