(A) According to LifeZette:
Hillary "could not recall" the following 26 events in her FBI, per FBI documents suspiciously released late on the Friday before the Labor Day weekend:
When she received security clearance
Being briefed on how to handle classified material
How many times she used her authority to designate items classified
Any briefing on how to handle very top-secret "Special Access Program" material
How to select a target for a drone strike
How the data from her mobile devices was destroyed when she switched devices
The number of times her staff was given a secure phone
Why she didn’t get a secure Blackberry
Receiving any emails she thought should not be on the private system
Did not remember giving staff direction to create private email account
Getting guidance from state on email policy
Who had access to her Blackberry account
The process for deleting her emails
Ever getting a message that her storage was almost full
Anyone besides Huma Abedin being offered an account on the private server
Being sent information on state government private emails being hacked
Receiving cable on State Dept personnel securing personal email accounts
Receiving cable on Bryan Pagliano upgrading her server
Using an iPad mini
An Oct. 13, 2012, email on Egypt with Clinton pal Sidney Blumenthal
Jacob Sullivan using personal email
State Department protocol for confirming classified information in media reports
Every briefing she received after suffering concussions
Being notified of a FOIA request on Dec. 11, 2012
Being read out of her clearance
Any further access to her private email account from her State Department tenure after switching to her HRCoffice.com account
(B) In his July press conference, FBI director James Comey had described Clinton's management of her private email server to be “extremely careless”.
Hillary's private server contained dozens of email chains that had classified documents, including eight whose contents were “top secret.”
Now we know more:
At least one email account on Hillary's private server was hacked in January 2013.
The email account belonged to an undisclosed female staffer in President Clinton's office.
The hacker apparently used an anonymity software known as "Tor" to login to the account to browse "e-mail folders and attachments."
According to FBI notes, the FBI "was unable to identify the actor(s) responsible for this login or how [staffer's] login credentials were compromised."
(C) In public, the FBI recommended not filing criminal charges against Clinton on national security grounds.
In private, they chose to defer to the State Department on whether to recommend anyone at State to the Justice Department for criminal prosecution on records law violations
Federal laws make it a felony to intentionally conceal, remove or destroy federal records as defined under the Federal Records Act, punishable with a fine and imprisonment of up to three years.
A single conviction means any violator "shall forfeit his office and be disqualified from holding any office under the United States."
There were thousands of violations of the Records Act: Using forensics, the FBI recovered from computer drives and other witnesses about 15,000 emails from Mrs. Clinton's private account that dealt with government business, most that had not been turned over by her or her aides.