15k new Clinton e-mails are headed out for public consumption

CAROLYN KASTER/ AP PHOTO
CAROLYN KASTER/ AP PHOTO

Hilary Clinton ‘s e-mail scandal isn’t quite over yet.  Accordin to reports, a newly released document entails that the Department of State has confirmed that some 15,000 newly discovered Clinton e-mails are headed for the public venue. The announcement comes amid the renewed efforts by Judicial Watch to have the entirety of the e-mail collection released to the public.

Accordin to what we’ve learned, the Department of State has consulted with a number of lawyers and a federal official concernin two disks. The two disks apparently contain thousands of redacted and un-redacted e-mails on behalf of Clinton durin  her time as America’s top diplomat.  Per officials, it is unknown at this time what portion of the e-mails are actually work related or personal.

The e-mails are scheduled to be released 22 October, perhaps, conveniently just ahead of the November Presidential elections.

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