It seems that Hillary Clinton is about to be forced out of the presidential race. She’s been on thin ice for several weeks now and the recently released emails about Benghazi could be her coup de grace.
VIA American Viewer
The ex-secretary of state has not backed away from her lies that she gave all of her work related emails to the relevant authorities. Given she completely wiped her computer clean; it looks like she was destroying any evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
This is why some people were shocked to hear that the FBI found 15,000 emails that she did not turn over.
30 of those emails discussed Benghazi and they have been wiped from her private email server. As the government have recovered them, they will be releasing them in 30 days to the public.
The Associated Press reports:
Government lawyers told U.S. District Court Judge Amit P. Mehta Tuesday that an undetermined number of the emails among the 30 were not included in the 55,000 pages previously provided by Clinton to State. The agency said it would need until the end of September to review the emails and redact potentially classified information before they are released.
Government lawyers revealed in a court filing last week that some of the emails recovered by FBI investigators from her email server contained “search terms” related to Benghazi.
Clinton gave the State Department more than 30,000 of her work-related emails in Dec. 2014. Of those, the State Department released 296 emails related to Benghazi and Libya. The agency asserted that those were all of the Clinton emails it had pertaining to Benghazi. But in September, the State Department discovered another 925 Benghazi-related emails. Those were handed over to the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
But it was revealed last month that Clinton deleted “several thousand” work-related emails from her server.
There’s probably much interesting information within these emails if the Federal Bureau require a whole day for each one email before releasing them.
There’s something foul at play here.
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