US Officials: Hillary's Emails Contain Names of Undercover CIA Spies
U.S. intelligence officials say "top-secret" emails Hillary Clinton kept on her private email server when she headed the State Department include the real names of CIA spies serving undercover overseas — a violation of federal law that has put the agents in harm's way, The Observer reports.
And, The Observer's John Schindler writes, those emails also include the names of foreigners on the CIA payroll, possibly endangering their lives."At a minimum, valuable covers have been blown, careers have been ruined, and lives have been put at serious risk. Our spies' greatest concern now is what's still in Hillary's emails that investigators have yet to find," Schindler, a former National Security Agency analyst, says in his report.
He also quotes a senior intelligence community official as saying the security breach is a "death sentence."
"If we're lucky, only [foreign] agents, not our officers, will get killed because of this," the official says.