The private emails of Hilary Clinton obtained by the FBI are being reviewed by the US Capitol in very secure rooms by lawmakers and select staff from congressional committees under a strict protocol controlled by one set of documents.
However, the Office of Senate Security have a copy, investigators with security clearance have looked at the documents, it is not known how many lawmakers have seen them. The documents were made available to the Judiciary, Homeland Security, Appropriations committees and both sides of the Intelligence committees have copies. Are the documents still considered 'secret'?
FBI documents about the agency's investigation into Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state were being reviewed on Wednesday in secure rooms of the U.S. Capitol.Lawmakers and select staff from some congressional committees could page through the material, parts of which are redacted, in large binders labeled "secret" that the Federal Bureau of Investigation turned over to Congress on Tuesday.Republican lawmakers requested the information last month after the FBI recommended no criminal charges against Clinton.