Clinton Email Scandal: Here They Go Again. Over 8000 pages to be released on New Year’s Eve at 4 pm.
The Clinton email scandal drip-drip-continues. As we noted here, on Christmas Eve, the Director of National Intelligence, in a “proactive disclosure,” released 16 pages of Hillary Clinton’s infamous emails from her equally infamous home brew server.
This time, it’s the State Department in response to a Freedom of Information lawsuit. From The Washington Examiner:
State Department officials are set to publish 8,800 pages of Hillary Clinton’s private emails Thursday in what is expected to be the largest batch of such records released to date.
The email release will mark the eighth time the State Department has published a monthly trove of records under a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that will force the agency to post all of Clinton’s emails online by the end of January.
Hundreds of emails are expected to be marked fully or partially classified in Thursday’s trove given the fact that all previous email releases have contained at least one classified email.
Here’s the best part of the story:
FBI officials have reportedly found a way to recover some deleted emails off the private server they apprehended in August, although authorities have remained mum on whether those records were personal or work-related.
Clinton swore under penalty of perjury in September that she turned over all work-related communications.
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