Alan Dershowitz: Clinton May Not Be Legally Liable for Server
"Everybody acknowledges nobody should ever send classified, highly classified, secret material over unsecured lines," the attorney told Fox News' "America's Newsroom," but the questions remain about why the former secretary of state, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, did not know.
"If it was not marked classified, you can't blame her for following usual procedures of the State Department and sending unclassified material over a private server," Dershowitz said. "That is why the Justice Department is exploring this to see how to prevent it from happening in the future. And I think what we're doing is looking forward to make sure this never happens again."
With reports surfacing that materials went through the server that had initially been marked top secret but then had those markings stripped off, Dershowitz said that he believes it would be a crime to alter a top-secret document.
But if it turns out that Clinton had something to do with getting rid of the classified markings, "that of course is a different issue, but I have heard no evidence to suggest that," he continued.
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