BREAKING: New Huma Abedin E-mails PROVES Hillary Sent/Received Classified Info on Private Server

Screen Shot 2016-02-09 at 10.26.03 AMOnce again, we all know this. Why isn’t she in jail?

Via a FOIA request, Judicial Watch received and released Tuesday seventy pages of emails from long time Clinton aide, Huma Abedin’s account on the Hillary Clinton non-secured email system, The emails reveal that Ms Clinton, Ms Abedin, and Jake Sullivan (Ms. Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff)  all used non-secure accounts to transfer classified information while Hillary was running the state department.

For example two March 2011 emails from British PM Tony Blair (who used the name aclb) were forwarded from Clinton to Abedin asking her to print them out. Sullivan’s non secure personal email account was  CCed on the Tony Blair mail was Jake Sullivan (to his non-secure personal account).  Ms. Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff.   Before the email was released to Judicial Watch it was redacted because it contained classified information. The codes on the top indicate that email was marked as being classified because it contained “Foreign government information” and “foreign relations or foreign activities of the US, including confidential sources.”

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Another email shows that Clinton wanted to know how meetings in Washington, including a four-hour meeting concerning America’s war on Libya, would impact her Hampton vacation.  Responding to an email that details the sensitive meetings in DC, Clinton emails Abedin on August 26, 2011, “Ok. What time would I get back to Hamptons?”  Again, this email discussion takes place on email accounts. Travel of cabinet members, ambassadors, etc.  is restricted information as it puts their lives in danger.

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