(National Sentinel) Corruption: The FBI and the State Department have expanded the probe into former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s email fiasco, the Washington Times reports.
The Times noted further:
More classified documents that the former secretary of state improperly handled keep coming to light.
The Trump administration doesn’t even know if it has hunted down every trace of the emails that Mrs. Clinton — a former first lady, U.S. senator, top diplomat and Democratic presidential nominee — sent from a secret email server stashed in her home.
“At this time, we do not have an estimate for completion of processing all of these documents,” a State Department official told The Washington Times.
Last summer the FBI turned over thousands more emails to the State Department as part of its ongoing investigation and response to court orders seeking disclosure of those emails.
This June, the FBI provided approximately 7,000 additional documents recovered from the laptop computer shared by top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her husband, Anthony Weiner, whose habitual sexting cost him a seat in Congress, the mayoral election in New York and ultimately his marriage to Ms. Abedin.
“We have not yet determined how many of these documents are State Department records as opposed to personal emails, nor have we determined how many documents are duplicative of material already in our possession,” said the official.
A batch of Mrs. Clinton’s email released this month included at least two with confidential information. That brings the total number of confidential documents that passed through Mrs. Clinton’s unsecured server to 2,083.
Legal watchdog group Judicial Watch has been at the forefront of getting to the bottom of Clinton’s “alleged” improper handling of classified materials in a manner that would have landed mere mortals in prison for decades.
“It’s not about politics. It’s just about finding the truth as to what happened,” said Ramona Cotca, a senior attorney for Judicial Watch.
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