Hillary Clinton isn't out of the woods yet, her irresponsible behavior during her time as United States senator and head of the State Department has not gone unforgotten. The FBI say they still do not know when investigators will finish looking through the emails and that can't be a good sign for the former senator. More classified documents have come to light and they probably won't be the last. The latest documents to be improperly handled by the former first lady were released by the FBI this month bringing the total number of classified documents to 2,083.
The email scandal surrounding Clinton is largely in part to understand exactly what happened during the Benghazi incident when American's on a diplomatic mission in Libya were killed. It was first revealed that Clinton had a private email server in a 2012 probe into the Benghazi events. Since then she has deleted over 30,000 emails before turning over another 30,000 from the private server, most of which have been redacted in some way to not include key information or sources.
It is likely these investigations by the FBI will eventually get to the bottom of what happened to the American ambassador and other three American's in Libya. Until then, the evidence is mounting that Clinton most likely broke the law and the consequences resulted in American deaths. There will likely be several more years in the fight for transparency but in the end it still remains in question whether criminal charges will ever be filed against the former first lady.