A special review panel has confirmed that emails sent to Hillary Clinton through her private email server when she was secretary of state contained information that was “top secret” at the time they were sent.
According to The New York Times, intelligence sources say that the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency agreed with a previous determination made by the Intelligence Community inspector general that Clinton received two emails — one in 2009 and the other in 2011 — with the highly sensitive information.
One of the emails in question reportedly contained information gleaned from U.S. spy satellites that were tracking the movements of North Korean nuclear weapons.
The inspector general’s classification determination has caused a rift between the intelligence communities and the State Department. The State Department has disputed the inspector general’s findings, saying that it is not clear that the information in the Clinton emails was classified when originated.