It is a bad day when anyone loses their cell phone. Imagine what you would go through if it was your employer provided phone. Now add to that the fact that it has access to all your company’s trade secrets. Pretty bad, huh? Comparing that to doing it as the Chief of Staff of the Secretary of State, it becomes much more. Would you be held accountable? Of course you would be. Will someone be held accountable? Can you say FELONY?
Great news: Hillary chief of staff lost Blackberry tied to secret e-mail server
BY ED MORRISSEY For The Daily Caller:
Another nice catch from the Daily Caller’s Chuck Ross brings into sharp relief another aspect of the danger to national security that Hillary Clinton’s secret e-mail system created. Chief of staff Cheryl Mills lost her Blackberry in March 2010, a little over a year into Hillary’s tenure at State, which had been used with the unauthorized and non-secure homebrew Hillary server. She reached out to the State Department to inform a familiar figure of the loss:
Records obtained by The Daily Caller through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit show [Cheryl] Mills revealed that she lost her Blackberry in a March 20, 2010 email she sent to Bryan Pagliano, the State Department IT staffer who managed Clinton’s private email server. …
Some of the emails Mills sent and received on the account contain information that the State Department has retroactively determined to have classified information.
In one such email, from Dec. 24, 2009, Clinton forwarded Mills a message she had received from Johnnie Carson, then the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, who provided details from a conversation he had with French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner about a situation in Guinea.
“Pls review so we can discuss,” Clinton wrote to Mills and Jake Sullivan, her foreign policy aide.