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I think you are giving the 'public' way too much credit for paying attention. It is all about press coverage. A Special Prosecutor would give a continuing source of new leaks and reporting. I'd say a small (less then 5%) amount of people would change their opinion about voting for Hillary for President. More might jump ship if they had a viable alternative in the primary. The only thing keeping the story on life support now is that the State Department is slowly releasing new heavily redacted emails every month.
The blackmail scenario is interesting but I doubt their is anything so crystal clear that could be effectively used.
I do understand the ambivalence. Part of me wonders if the Government Servers are/were anymore secure then a private server. But the law is the law for Top Secret documents - it should be enforced.