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New email release shows Hillary Clinton ordered aide to remove classified heading

January 10, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
New email release shows Hillary Clinton ordered aide to remove classified heading

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The Department of State released another explosive batch of emails late Friday, which could provide the smoking gun that could force the Department of Justice to indict Hillary Clinton on criminal charges.

According to former federal prosecutor Joseph diGenova, says the explosive emails shows Clinton clearly broke the law.

“This is gigantic,” said diGenova. “She ordered a classified marking to be removed and transmitted in an unencrypted manner, which is a felony. Removal of the classified marking is a federal crime. It is the same thing to order someone to do it as if she had done it herself.”

During email exchanges with senior State Department adviser Jake Sullivan dated June 17th, 2011, Clinton asks Sullivan to change the classified information marking on the email so that it wouldn’t be flagged as classified.

Using her private email server, Clinton asks Sullivan for the prepared talking points, or as she wrote “the TPs.” Sullivan wrote back in his official State Department email, “They say they’ve had issues sending secure fax. They’re working on it.”

Clinton responded by directing Sullivan to remove the header, “If they can’t, turn into non-paper w[ith] no identifying heading and send nonsecure.”

It is unknown whether Sullivan followed Clinton’s instructions. However, Clinton could be exposed to severe legal jeopardy if investigators determine that he did follow through on her orders.

“It makes it impossible for the bureau not to recommend charges, and not move forward, and it ties the hands of the attorney general,” diGenova said.

Experts believe the FBI would recommend charges to Attorney General Loretta Lynch. However, for political reason, she may try to avoid pursuing an indictment.

The damning information seems to contradict Clinton’s claims that her private email server never handled classified information.

“I did not send nor receive anything that was classified at the time,” she has claimed. By instructing her aide to send her material marked classified, it is clear that she not only may have received classified information, but that it was indeed “classified at the time.”

“This means that when she said, ‘I never received anything marked classified,’ she, in fact, did,” diGenova said.

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