Hillary Clinton sent at least four emails that contained classified information from her personal account while she was secretary of state, a government review has discovered. When the scandal surrounding her personal email account first broke, Clinton insisted that she "did not email any classified material to anyone on my email."
However, in a letter to Congress (a copy of which was obtained by The Wall Street Journal), the inspector general of the intelligence community concluded that emails containing "secret" information, the second-highest level of classification, had indeed been sent from Clinton's personal address.
The inspector general has since referred the case to the counterintelligence division of the FBI. A spokesperson for Clinton did not immediately respond to the Journal's request for comment.
Source: The Wall Street Journal