WikiLeaks Published 30,322 Emails That Hillary Clinton Don’t Want You To Know About

WikiLeaks, the website devoted to shining a light on other people’s secrets, revealed Wednesday that it has amassed a searchable archive of Clinton emails that have been released by the State Department.

By Nerti U. Qatja@VOP_Today


Hillary Clinton Email Archive

On March 16, 2016 WikiLeaks launched a searchable archive for 30,322 emails & email attachments sent to and from Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was Secretary of State. The 50,547 pages of documents span from 30 June 2010 to 12 August 2014. 7,570 of the documents were sent by Hillary Clinton. The emails were made available in the form of thousands of PDFs by the US State Department as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request. The final PDFs were made available on February 29, 2016.

Anyone wondering exactly what Hillary Clinton was saying when she was using her private email server to discuss State Department business can now find out for themselves.

The archive has 30,322 emails and attachments from June 30, 2010, to Aug. 12, 2014. Clinton wrote 7,570 of the documents in the archive, according to the site.

The emails were released in response to a Freedom of Information request.

Clinton’s emails are being reviewed as part of the FBI investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was Secretary of State. During the course of the investigation, it has been revealed that top secret documents were handled by Clinton while using the non-secure server. Clinton has denied any wrongdoing.

Former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova, who prosecuted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, predictedTuesday that charges would be filed against Clinton in connection with her email scandal.

“No honest FBI will ever not (recommend) criminal charges in this case,” diGenova said at event hosted by the watchdog group Judicial Watch. “There are going to be referrals for a series of criminal chargesinvolving violations of the espionage statutes, the grossly negligent mishandling of classified information, the grossly negligent storage of classified information.”

“[The FBI] may not recommend felonies, as a courtesy to a woman who was the first lady for eight years, a senator and the secretary of state,” diGenova said. “They may as a courtesy try to … recommend misdemeanors. But make no mistake, they are going to recommend that she and others be charged with crimes.”

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