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Friday, April 12, 2019

FBI Docs Reveal ‘Cover Up’ Discussions Regarding Hillary’s Private Email Server

It appears Judicial Watch may have discovered evidence of a 'cover up' regarding Clinton’s email server fiasco. Judicial watch recently announced that it obtained 422 pages of FBI documents revealing evidence of 'cover up' discussions, including one discussing “Hillary cover up operation work ticket archive cleanup.”

The documents also indicate that Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) Charles McCullough forwarded “concerns” about classified information in Hillary Clinton’s emails.

The newly obtained documents also contain Clinton’s 2009 classified information Non-Disclosure Agreement bearing her signature.

In an FBI interview of a Platte River Networks (the network that handled Clinton's Email Server) official in February 2016, it was learned that someone gained access to live HRC archive mailbox at some point.”

The interviewee said that the “cover up operation” email “probably related to change to 60 day email retention policy/backup.” The subject indicated that he didn’t “recall the prior policy.” The notes also indicated, “[Redacted] advised [redacted] not to answer questions related to conv [conversation] w/DK [David Kendall] document 49 – based on 5th amendment.”

In July 2016 on Meet The Press, Hillary stated she never received nor sent any material that was marked classified” on her private email server while she was secretary state. But in June 2015 a sender (name redacted) sent an email to State Department Official Margaret “Peggy” Grafeld warning about the volume of classified information in the emails sent through Hillary’s server.

From: [Redacted]
Sent: Saturday, June 27, 2015 2:46 PM
To: Grafeld, Margaret P [Peggy]
Subject: Concerns about the HRC Review …
While working with this inspector, I have personally reviewed hundreds of documents in the HRC collection. I can now say, without reservation, that there are literally hundreds of classified emails in this collection; maybe more. For example, there are comments by Department staff in emails relating to the Wikileaks unauthorized disclosures; many of the emails relating to this actually confirm the information in the disclosures. This material is the subject of FOIA litigation, and the emails will now have to be found, reviewed and upgraded. Under the EO 13526, it would be in in our right to classify the entire HRC collection at the Secret level because of the “mosaic effect.” While there may be IC equities in the collection, I am very concerned about the inadvertent release of State Department’s equities when this collection is released in its entirety — the potential damage to the foreign relations of the United States could be significant.

Here’s the 411 from Judicial Watch:

Hat Tip to: The Lid

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