(S) This paragraph contains secret information.Now this is where it gets tricky and I have to use a little scientific and technical jargon with you. I hope you can keep up. Feel free to ask questions in the comments.
(U) This paragraph does not contain secret information.
These days, documents are what we call "electronic." They can be "edited" using a special machine called a "computer." We can even delete individual characters to change information contained in a paragraph. For example, we can delete the first three characters of each paragraph in the example above and end up with this.
This paragraph contains secret information.Note that the paragraph containing secret information is still considered classified, but it's no longer marked as classified. If someone, say, a henchman, perhaps, had access to a "computer" and deleted the initial three characters of each paragraph and then emailed them to Hillary, Hillary would receive classified information, but none of it would be marked classified.
This paragraph does not contain secret information.
So, in summary, it is possible for two seemingly contradictory things to be true at the same time.
- Hillary Clinton did not receive any emails marked classified and
- Hillary Clinton is guilty of thousands of crimes, put the nation at risk, betrayed all of us to sworn enemies and deserves to spend the rest of her life in a maximum security prison sharing a cell with a violent lesbian named Big Flo.