It's likely that some of those top-top-secret emails broached behind-enemy-line sources. If that is true and if one of America's adversaries hacked into Hillary's insecure server, then people may have died.
Benghazi: four dead. EmailGate: unknown dead.
The department published its latest batch of emails from her time as secretary of state Friday evening.
But The Associated Press learned ahead of the release that seven email chains would be withheld in full for containing "top secret" information. The 37 pages include messages a key intelligence official recently said concerned "special access programs" —highly restricted, classified material that could point to confidential sources or clandestine programs like drone strikes.
"The documents are being upgraded at the request of the intelligence community because they contain a category of top secret information," State Department spokesman John Kirby told the AP, calling the withholding of documents in full "not unusual." That means they won't be published online with others being released, even with blacked-out boxes.