A judge threw out a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton by the parents of Benghazi victims

A Federal judge tossed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton by the parents of the two Americans killed at a diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, judgement Friday, the former Secretary of state will not defame, if you deny the allegations that they had lied.

“The early death of the applicants’ sons is tragic, and the court does not mean that the minimization of the unspeakable loss which the plaintiffs have suffered, in any way,” U.S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson in Washington, wrote in a 29-page opinion.

The suit also Clinton claims the use of a private E-Mail server caused the death of their sons, Sean Smith and Tyrone Woods, because it is exposed to, terrorists to sensitive information. You claimed lied to Clinton, when she allegedly said, it was a YouTube video that prompted the Consulate attack.

Berman decided by the parents not sufficiently challenging, and that Clinton was not acting, in their official capacity when they are used for private servers, and that the families have not made corresponding claims that Clinton defamed or you in a wrong light.

One of the parents, Patricia Smith, gave an emotional speech during the 2016 Republican National Convention against Clinton. Her son and woods, 2012 attack, along with the CIA operative, Glen Doherty and US Ambassador in Libya, Christopher Stevens, were killed in September.

Clinton’s homebrew server demonized your campaign before it officially began. E-Mails later released under the Freedom of Information Act showed some contained classified information, although these are not marked as such at the time.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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