The email controversy, in plain fact

The Brennan Center, a estimable civil rights think tank, produces an excellent newsletter where they report on important issues involving civil rights. (One of their immediate concerns is the states that have connived to block voting, since the Supreme Court killed most of the Voting Rights Act.)

Today they give us all a comprehensive look at the reality of government classification of documents. It is not a defense of Hillary Clinton’s use of emails. It is a description of how various government agencies determine what documents are classified, or labeled top secret.

The bottom line: the system is a mess.

It may be years before we know the true effects of Secretary Clinton’s email use, thanks to our dysfunctional classification system.

Source: The Government Is Classifying Too Many Documents | Brennan Center for Justice


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