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Wednesday, July 06, 2016

WikiLeaks Releases 1,200 War-Related Clinton Emails

WikiLeaks on Monday released 12,058 Hillary Clinton emails it has compiled out of the 50,000-plus pages of emails released by the State Department.

According to The Hill, which first reported on the release, WikiLeaks pored through the emails released through Freedom of Information Act requests and compiled the ones it says Clinton sent or received during her time as secretary of state that related to the Iraq War.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange last month said his organization had found enough evidence to have Clinton indicted.

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2 comments:

Not Quite Understanding said...

It is most unfortunate the the Teflon Candidate will never see the inside of a courtroom much less the inside of a jail cell. She has already been made POTUS regardless of the voter turnout to the contrary. I can only hope that there is so much voter turnout for Mr. Trump that the political machine will not be able to hide the votes for him. It is a sad day America.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Assange is, however, breaking the law. Whereas hitlery doesn't even have charges for impropriety.