Inspector General: Some emails on Clinton's server were beyond top secret
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) -
A top inspector general says some of the emails that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had on her home server were more sensitive than top secret.
The inspector general for intelligence agencies, Charles McCullough, sent a letter to lawmakers last Friday saying that several dozen additional classified emails have been found. They include ones containing information from so-called special access programs, which have a classification higher than top secret.
The finding was first reported Tuesday by Fox News.
Federal investigators are probing the Democratic presidential candidate's email setup amid concerns that classified information may have passed through the system. Clinton provided the server to the FBI in August.
Clinton has said that she didn't send or receive information that was classified at the time via her personal email account.