Rep. Susan Brooks, R-Ind., called on Hilary Clinton to turn over her personal email server and stated that an “independent arbiter should review the contents of the server to determine which emails should be made public” during the GOP’s weekly address to the nation. The Washington Examiner,
Brooks is a member of a special House committee created to investigate the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
It was the Benghazi panel, Brooks said in her address, that led to the discovery of Clinton’s personal computer server and her decision to hand over some of the emails.
Brooks said the panel wants to know more about the messages Clinton chose to delete because they could help answer questions about the night of the Benghazi attack concerning the security provided by the State Department and the department’s response.
Four Americans were killed, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.
“After a complete inventory, this arbiter can make a determination as to which emails should be public and which should remain private, ” Brooks said. “These decisions would be completely impartial and independent.”