Sources: Broadwell Had Classified Info

    UNSPECIFIED - JULY 13, 2011:  In this handout image provided by the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), former Commander of International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces-Afghanistan; CIA Director Gen. Davis Petraeus (L) shakes hands with biographer Paula Broadwell, co-author of "All In: The Education of General David Petraeus" on July 13, 2011. CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus resigned from his post on November 9, 2012, citing an extra-marital affair with Paula Broadwell. The FBI began an investigation after it was tipped off by Jill Kelley, a long-time friend of the Petraeus family, who received threatening emails from Broadwell.  (Photo by ISAF via Getty Images)

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    The FBI seized classified information from the home of Paula Broadwell, David Petraeus’s biographer whose extramarital affair led to his resignation as CIA director, sources said on Thursday. The files were reportedly discovered on a machine in Broadwell’s home in Charlotte, N.C., and investigators also allegedly discovered documents Broadwell admitted taking from secure government buildings. A U.S. official said Wednesday that, in a somewhat unsurprising move, Broadwell's security clearance had been suspended. Meanwhile, Petraeus has said that he did not leak intel on Benghazi. 

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