New details emerged in court Wednesday as the preliminary hearing continued for three defendants charged in the murder of Marine wife Brittany Killgore.
Alice: 1. Clinton was not the first Secretary to use a private email account. In fact, John Kerry is the first Secretary to use “a standard government email address,” according to The Washington Post. 2. Clinton turned over her emails to the State Department. It’s not clear whether her predecessors did the same. 3. The Times article says the “existence of Mrs. Clinton’s personal email account was discovered by a House committee investigating the attack on the American Consulate in Benghazi.” This is incorrect. Gawker reported this first, in March 2013. 4. At the time Clinton was Secretary, the Federal Records Act didn’t require federal employees to use government accounts, only to preserve records of their communications. This, Clinton seems to have done.