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Supporters of Hillary Clinton continue to ask the equivalent of ‘What difference does it make?’ with regard to the former Secretary of State’s use of a personal email account to conduct official State Department business.


Meanwhile, many investigative reporters are combing through federal rules and regulations to discover what criminal charges Clinton could face for her actions.


Executive Order 13526 and 18 U.S.C Sec. 793(f) of the federal code make it unlawful to send of store classified information on personal email. Casey Harper at The Daily Caller delved into this angle:


“‘By using a private email system, Secretary Clinton violated the Federal Records Act and the State Department’s Foreign Affairs Manual regarding records management, and worse, could have left classified and top secret documents vulnerable to cyber attack,’ Cause of Action Executive Director Dan Epstein said in an email to reporters.


‘This is an egregious violation of the law, and if it were anyone else, they could be facing fines and criminal prosecution.’”