A deposition of Eric Boswell, the former Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State, has revealed that he warned Clinton twice–in 2009 and 2011–about using unsecured Blackberrys and personal emails.
Boswell’s deposition transcript was released by Judicial Watch as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by the organization against the State Department.
Boswell testified that Clinton and some of her staff members were “glued to their Blackberrys” and that they used them in secure areas because of convenience. He also said he hadn’t been aware of any personal email use while he was still employed by the government.
“Thanks to our court-ordered discovery, we now have confirmation that Hillary Clinton was warned by the top security official in the State Department that unsecure Blackberry and email use was a security risk, yet Hillary Clinton ignored these warnings,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
Judicial Watch already submitted evidence in 2017 of Clinton’s insecure Blackberry use despite warnings against doing so. How many times will Clinton need to be caught red-handed before she faces any consequence for her illegal and dangerous actions?
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