"Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, as secretary of state, had access to all of the systems meant to protect classified information, and she and her staff knowingly stored secret and top-secret information on an unsecured server."
Charles Gittins, who represented scores of military clients as a defense attorney, said if eyewitness reports are correct, then Sgt. Bergdahl "walked away from his unit in a combat situation, and he faces unauthorized absence and/or desertion charges, at a minimum.
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