FBI: Clinton Brought Personal Mobile Devices Into Area Where They Are Prohibited

'Use of mobile devices in her office was prohibited'

Hillary Clinton "primarily used her personal Blackberry or personal iPad for checking emails," and even though she wasn't allowed to bring those devices into secure areas at the State Department -- she did.

According to the FBI report released to the public on Sept. 2, "State Diplomatic Security Service (DS) instructed Clinton that because her office was in a SCIF (a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility), the use of mobile devices in her office was prohibited."

But FBI interviews with three former DS agents "revealed Clinton stored her personal BlackBerry in a desk drawer in DS 'Post 1,' which was located within the SCIF on Mahogany Row."

The seventh floor of the State Department, where the Secretary's office is located, is called "Mahogany Row." DS Post 1 is located directly outside Clinton's office, says a footnote in the FBI report.

According to the FBI, State Department personnel "were not authorized to bring their mobile devices into Post 1, as it was located within the SCIF."