As many as 30 different accounts may have handled the top secret emails on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server, Fox News reports
One official close to the inspector general's probe told Fox that at least a dozen accounts on Clinton's unsecure server were part of email chains discussing the information which has since been classified "top secret." They include top Clinton aides Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, Jake Sullivan and Philippe Reines and State Department Under Secretary for Management Patrick Kennedy.
Another source said the number may reach as high as 30.
Many of the emails contain such sensitive information that they were deemed not safe to release — even in redacted form — as part of the ongoing release of Clinton's emails from the State Department.
Fox notes that Kennedy testified before the House Benghazi Select Committee that although he was aware of Clinton's personal email account, he thought it included only her husband, Bill Clinton and daughter, Chelsea, and was not used exclusively for handling State Department business.
But the releases of emails through the Freedom of Information Act show that Kennedy regularly sent and received emails from Clinton's account.
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