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In an interview with ITV News, WikiLeaks co-founder, Julian Assange, announced WikiLeaks’ “plans to release further leaks of emails sent by Hillary Clinton from her private server.” According to Assange, the emails contain “very strong material” that could bring an indictment against Clinton, though that will unlikely be the outcome.
“WikiLeaks has a very big year head.”
While Assange asserts that the large cache of accumulated information (around 32,000 emails from her private server) could theoretically bring about an indictment, he concluded in his interview:
“Loretta Lynch [the attorney general appointed by Obama]…is not going to indict Hillary Clinton. It’s not possible that could happen, but the FBI could push for concessions from [a] new Clinton government in exchange for its lack of indictment.”
Among the emails to be released is one that allegedly shows that Clinton instructed her staff to remove the “classified” header from a classified document in order to send it through an unclassified fax. It has been revealed in the 78-page investigation by the inspector general of the state department that there were several other breaches that were previously unknown as well, “including the use of unsecured personal mobile devices to send and receive potentially classified information without State Department approval,” according to reports.
Assange has referred to Clinton as a “political hawk,” and added in his interview with ITV News that she is a problem for freedom of press due to her push to have WikiLeaks prosecuted.
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