Dozens of Clinton emails in latest release contain classified info
Published September 30, 2015
DEVELOPING Dozens of emails in the State Department's latest release of Hillary Clinton emails contain information now deemed classified by the department.
The release includes nearly 3,900 new emails. Of them, more than 200 have a "B1" marking, which means they contain classified information - though some may be duplicates.
As part of Wednesday's release, officials upgraded the classification level of portions of 215 emails, State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters.
Almost all of the emails were "confidential," the lowest level of classification, while three emails were declared "secret," a mid-tier level for information that could still cause serious damage to national security if made public.