Despite your editorial dismissing the importance of Hillary Clinton's use of unsecured private servers to communicate classified information, when it comes to Ms. Clinton, her supporters — including The Sun — will never let any scandal live, no matter how well supported it may be by evidence ("Another Clinton 'conspiracy' debunked," July 5).
Despite the FBI's finding that Ms. Clinton was "extremely careless" in the handling of classified information as secretary of state, that she repeatedly lied about information marked classified, that she and her lawyers deleted emails to prevent their recovery as evidence, and that she used several different private servers, not just one as she claimed, The Sun characterizes these actions as mere "mistakes."
These same "mistakes" by others resulted in criminal charges. But let's dismiss this issue, you say, and move on to more important ones, like character in the presidential candidates. Are you kidding?
J. Shawn Alcarese, Towson