• May 24, 2024

State Dept Admits Deleted Hillary Emails Found By FBI Include Benghazi


On Monday, government lawyers admitted that a number of emails found by the FBI but deleted by Clinton included emails concerning Benghazi, Judicial Watch (JW) reveals.  Clinton had previously said that her team went through each and every email individually and deleted the ones that were deemed personal and not related to her job as Secretary of State.  Like everything Hillary, that was a lie.  The FBI found nearly 15,000 emails that were never turned over to the State Dept, of which at least as many as 2,000 were work related.  I guess everything embarrassing is private.

Judicial Watch has not yet gotten the emails from the State Department and you can bet your sweet bippy (For all you Laugh In Fans out there) that they plan on holding them until after the election.  The judge could order them delivered before then but the Obama administration just ignore them and despite tough talk, the judges never do anything.

From The Daily Caller:

And though Clinton has claimed that she turned over all of her work-related records, the FBI says that a forensic sweep of Clinton’s server led to the recovery of nearly 15,000 more documents. It is unclear if all of the documents were emails maintained on Clinton’s server or if they resided somewhere else.

The bureau transferred the recovered documents to the State Department on Aug. 5.

Amit P. Mehta, the federal judge overseeing the Judicial Watch lawsuit, ordered the State Department to begin releasing Benghazi-related records to the watchdog group by Sept. 30. All of the documents must be produced by Oct. 31, several days before the general election. A hearing is scheduled for Aug. 30 to ascertain how many documents will be provided.



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