No, the Time article is perfectly clear. What is not clear is where you get your twisted ideas from. You haven't been able to support them yet.
You're deliberately being obtuse, or ignorant. I've produced 3 links and at least 2 quotes. You've produced nothing. If you'd like another link showing the timeline, here (https://sharylattkisson.com/hillary-clintons-email-the-definitive-timeline/). But I'm done trying to talk to a brick wall.
Again, the basic timeline:
October 2014: State Department subpoenas work related emails
December 2014: Clinton turns over ~30k "work related" emails that she filtered herself (no third party) and deletes the other ~30k which she has deemed "personal"
March 2015: Investigation deepens and two more subpeonas are produced seeking additional emails on her server (however, these emails cannot be searched for, since the remaining emails are now deleted)
If you'd like to produce any facts than contradict the above points, other than just rambling, feel free. But I've yet to see a single link from you. Quite simply, she unilaterally deleted half her emails when she knew she was under investigation. Not a single person other than her or her staff made the determination of which of the emails were personal and which were work related. Since no third party made the determination, there is then no way to know if any of the 30k emails that were deleted were "work-related." Since they no longer exist, they can no longer be produced in further subpoena requests.
So basically she personally chose the ones she believed were work-related, turned them over, and then promptly deleted the rest.
Do you have a source for that grand statement?
Yes, at this point I've produced 3 links, all of which say the same timeline/details. You're clearly ignoring all of them, and I'm tired of reproducing links that say the same damn thing. You're either a Hillary shill, or just dense.
Are you telling me you leave all your email in your inbox and never delete anything? Maybe you don't get much email, but for those who use email for work that would be a huge volume of email.
No, I do not routinely delete 30,000 emails on a "regular basis". Nor do you. Nor does she. You're choosing (seemingly deliberately) to ignore scope and timing. Because the use of the term "routinely" and "30,000 emails" (which represented HALF of all her mail at the time) together is the part that flies in the face of logic. And verifying that "routine" is trivial...ask her if she's deleted 30,000 personal emails from her work account in the past 6 months. If she hasn't, she's a liar.