Did Someone in Hillary's Inner Circle Strip Classified Markings From Her Emails?

Hillary Clinton's "unique email arrangement" -- as Trey Gowdy frequently describes it -- can no longer be described as political problem. When the FBI seized her email server, she lost control of the situation and now her problem has moved into the legal realm. It is no longer far-fetched to speculate that she could be charged with a crime.

The latest revelations about the top-secret information found in Clinton's server can only reinforce such speculation.

Fox News is reporting that someone in her "inner circle" may have illegally stripped the classification markings.

"Hillary only used her personal account for unclassified email. No information in her emails was marked classified at the time she sent or received them," campaign Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri said in a statement to supporters Wednesday.

But a State Department official told Fox News that the intelligence community inspector general, who raised the most recent concerns about Clinton's emails, made clear that at least one of those messages contained information that only could have come from the intelligence community.

"If so, they would have had to come in with all the appropriate classification markings," the official said.

The official told Fox News that "somewhere between the point they came into the building and the time they reached HRC's server, someone would have had to strip the classification markings from that information before it was transmitted to HRC's personal email."

"If that was part of a plan or a plot," Fox News's Judge Napolitano told Megyn Kelly last night, "that is a criminal conspiracy." Watch the video on the next page.