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Report:  GOP operative who sought Clinton e-mails died shortly after disclosure
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Report: GOP operative who sought Clinton e-mails died shortly after disclosure

But only by apparent suicide. In a death document obtained by the Chicago Tribune,  the operative, identified as  Peter W. Smith died exactly 10 days after he disclosed such e-mails to the Wall Street Journal.  On May 14th, Smith, was found dead after apparently hanging himself along with a bag over his head, and, a source of helium attached.  IT was never ruled anything beyond a suicide. Initially, that week, it was set up that Smith would be interviewed by the Wall Street Journal in connection to the slew of Clinton e-mails that would soon come and were previously published.  The e-mails that  Smith claimed he was partially apparently responsible for would at some point engulf the chances of Hillary Clinton becoming President. At the time,   Trump 's campaign directly denied any conne...
Hot This Week: Spy agencies say  Clinton e-mails should have been classified as Top Secret
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Hot This Week: Spy agencies say Clinton e-mails should have been classified as Top Secret

While Hillary Clinton continues to ride high on that momentum out of South Carolina, this week, another hot story on Clinton is on the books.  Earlier this week, reports indicated that for the first time several U.S intelligence agencies reportedly claimed that most of the e-mails on Clinton's then unsecured e-mail server should have "indeed been classified as top secret". Business Insider notes that in at least 22 of the e-mails, Clinton, either "noted or discussed" at least partial classified information.     Sources told the American website that it was unclear if classified documents in full had ever made their way off of Clinton's server, which, has been a hot-button claim for Senate Republicans for weeks. Agency's reportedly discovered that at least a "handful" of the e-mails c...
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