from Western Journalism:
Hillary Clinton’s email controversy took yet another turn for the worse for her, when the State Department confirmed on Friday that it had discovered more work-related emails Clinton failed to turn over. The emails will be turned over to the Select Committee on Benghazi.
The Washington Times reports: “A senior State Department official said about 925 emails of discussions that relate or refer to Libya would be delivered to the committee, explaining that the new email were discovered during a second review of the email the roughly 35,000 emails that Mrs. Clinton turned over to the department earlier this year.”
Additionally, the AP is reporting that the State Department has a chain of work-related emails between Gen. David Petraeus and Clinton dating from her first few days in office, which had not been turned over. The emails reportedly were turned over by the Defense Department to the State Department’s inspector general. At that time, she was using neither a State Department email address, nor one from clintonemail.com. The chain ends on Feb. 1, with less than 10 emails back-and-forth.
Clinton has stated that the emails dated before Mar. 9 were on a Blackberry to which she no longer has access.
“The officials weren’t authorized to speak on the matter and demanded anonymity. But State Department spokesman John Kirby confirmed that the agency received the emails in the ‘last several days’ and that they ‘were not previously in the possession of the department,’” according to the AP.
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