No because they are playing word games in order to come to that conclusion. DoS stated no document with classification marking was sent to Clinton's server. That is factually false since the FBI specifically stated there were documents with portion classification markings on them, specifically “(C)” for confidential. They are claiming that a portion marking isn’t actually a classification marking, which is bull manure. I'm also not sure how you can say 38 people were culpable for spillages but not say there was a wide spread problem. Does anyone really think that the State Department was going to come out and admit that there was an agency wide, systemic issue with handling classified information because the SecState, and former POTUS nominee three years ago, refused to set up email accounts for Secret and Top Secret networks? They aren't going to admit it because that is not how the federal agencies works. They are going to protect the agency and claim it was just a few (or 38) bad apples. Which is what the CIA did when it was caught accessing information on the Senate Intel Committee network it was not suppose to. Admitting that 38 people were found to be culpable is about as close as an agency is going to come to admitting fault. Let's also see if they release the report. BTW - This is also why I've lowered my expectations for the IG report about Crossfire Hurricane. I think we'll see something like lower level folks being found culpable but the senior leadership did nothing wrong.