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Should Execution of Iranian Nuclear Scientist Disqualify Clinton to be Our Next President?

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Yesterday on Fox News Sunday, Senator Tom Cotton made an extraordinary revelation: Hillary Clinton’s staff discussed an Iranian nuclear scientist who was recently executed in emails found on Clinton’s private email server.

The nuclear scientist, Shahram Amiri, was an expert in radioactive isotopes at Tehran’s Malek Ashtar University and reportedly gave information to the United States on Iran’s nuclear program.  According to Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje’I, a former Iranian intelligence chief, “This person had obtained top secret information and established contacts with our number one sworn enemy, America, and passed on our country’s most crucial intelligence to the enemy.”

According to the Washington Post, “Amiri appeared to be mentioned in emails released last year by Clinton as part of investigations into her use of a private server while she was secretary of state.  An email forwarded to Clinton on July 5, 2010 — nine days before Amiri returned to Tehran — apparently refers to Amiri’s case.”

The execution of Amiri highlights why Clinton’s private email server and her cavalier disregard for information security rules are such a big deal.

A sensitive U.S. source in Iran should never, ever have been discussed by U.S. government officials in unclassified email. Making this worse is that these emails were on a private server in Clinton’s home with little security to protect them from hackers.

Moreover, not only was this server not subject to security monitoring by the Department of State, we know from a May 2016 State Department Inspector General report that Clinton’s staff and an aide to former President Clinton discovered evidence of cyber attacks against the server but the State IG found no evidence these incidents were reported to the Department’s Diplomatic Security staff even though State Department regulations require this.  – READ MORE

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