Maybe because it's part of a pattern of "willful" coverup under her tenure?
"Over two years ago, the department claimed that 'no records responsive to your request were located' - a baffling assertion, given Reine's well-documented correspondence..." "Last last week, however, the State Department came up with a very different answer: It had located an estimated 17,000 emails responsive to Gawker's request."
It took a lawsuit to uncover the State Department's illegal response to a Freedom of Information Act request. In this case, "20 boxes" of official emails were found on the personal account of Reines.
Philippe Reines was the former deputy assistant secretary of state and "aggressive defender" of Hillary Clinton.
Perhaps you don't like Gawker. Well, how about the Associated Press which is also suing the State Department to force the release of email correspondence and documents because of their unresponsiveness to FOIA requests: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/11/ap-sues-state-department_n_6847146.html.
The choices of what's going on are easily reduced to a small number:
- Clinton and her top aides simply care nothing about protocol because they're going to do things their way and screw what everyone thinks about it
- Clinton and her top aides willfully violated the law on multiple occasions and don't care what anyone thinks of it
- Clinton and her top aides were consistently incompetent in executing their statute-mandated responsibilities
- It's a vast, right-wing conspiracy to bring down the Clintons.
Now, which of the first three choices leads anyone to believe that Clinton deserves to be President?
If you still think it's a vast, right-wing conspiracy then I guess you have to throw the federal district courts and Clinton-appointed judges into the mix.