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Hillary Clinton E-Mail Screeners Flag 305 Documents for Intelligence Review

In court papers, the State Department blames additional screening for slowing release of the presidential candidate's e-mails.
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Screeners of the 30,000 Hillary Clinton e-mail messages ordered released by a federal judge in May have flagged 305 of those documents for further review by U.S. intelligence agencies, government lawyers said in court papers.

That information was made public Monday in a filing with Judge Rudolph Contreras in Washington as government attorneys explained why the screeners have fallen behind the schedule he set for making those messages public under a freedom of information request.