News reports suggest that the FBI is nearing the end of its inquiry into the legal issues surrounding Hillary Clinton's use of a personal server for government emails and into the legal ramifications of classified information found in messages to and from her. Most of the reporting-and virtually all political discussion-reads as if reporters and pundits know little about the rules regarding the classification of information and what they imply not just for the likelihood of a Clinton indictment but also for whether she violated other rules regarding the proper handling of classified information, whether or not the violations constitute crimes.
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