Skip to comments.Judicial Watch: New State Department Documents Reveal Hillary Clinton Email Gap
Posted on 09/18/2015 7:09:18 PM PDT by lbryce
Judicial Watch today released newly obtained Department of State documents showing a nearly five-month total gap in the emails former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton decided to return to the State Department late last year.
The documents also show that one key State Department official did not want a written record of issues about the Clinton emails. The documents also raise new questions about the accuracy of representations made to Judicial Watch, the courts, Congress, and the public by the Obama administration and Clinton.
The documents were produced under court order in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit Judicial Watch filed on May 6, 2015 (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:15-cv-00687)). The lawsuit was filed after the Obama State Department violated federal law and failed to respond to two separate FOIA requests, including a request for records about the actual production of the emails records by Clinton to the State Department. The first batch of documents obtained by Judicial Watch contains a heavily redacted email from State Department official Eric F. Stein to Margaret P. Grafeld, dated April 21, 2015, with the subject HRC Emails. Stein is deputy director of global information systems at the State Department and Grafeld is deputy assistant secretary of global information systems. Stein reports to Grafeld that the gaps in Clintons emails include:
Jan. 21 March 17, 2009 (Received Messages) Jan. 21 April 12, 2009 (Sent Messages) Dec. 30, 2012 Feb. 1, 2013 (Sent Messages) In addition, Stein notes Clintons employment timeline as follows:
Secretary Hillary Clinton Appointed: January 21, 2009 Entry on Duty: January 21, 2009 Termination of Appointment: February 1, 2013 The email also contains a chart detailing the first and last emails both sent and received to Clintons email address,
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Oh, I get it. It's like what difference dos it make.
Put a fork in her.
All board Super Max Penitentiary Express Ping
The Courts will do nothing.
The “US”, noW Iranian-run, Congress will do nothing.
... about this.
They will continue the IRS atrocity, and funding
Enemies of the American people.
Let me guess, 18-1/2 minutes?
The “Just Us” Dept. will do NOTHING to her...NOTHING!! Especially now that she’s hammering TRUMP and sticking up for the Muslim.
Isn’t karma wonderful?
She was fired from the committee investigating Nixon for lying and unethical behavior.
Now she has her own 18.5 gap.
The conniving Clintons strike again.
<><> Sid Blumenthal was banned from govt employment but, as a private citizen, he was privy to classified State Dept emails while simultaneously employed by the Clinton Foundation. Most shocking was Blumenthal's ability to get SoS Hillary to manipulate US foreign policy for Sid's business interests in Libya.
<><> Hillary's COS Cheryl Mills was not an official State Dept employee but, as a private citizen, she was privy to classified info that she could ..and did..use to benefit the Clinton Foundation.
Internal State Dept emails WRT African matters received by the State Dept were routinely passed on to the Clinton Foundation by then-COS Cheryl Mills (now a top honcho in Hillary's 2016 bid).
Mills forwarded State Dept emails to Amitabh Desai, the Clinton Foundation's director of foreign policy; one such email had been directed to the Assistant Secy of State for African Affairs.
Mills told Desai she was sharing the State Department email with him because Bill Clinton was "in contact" with Paul Kagame, president of Rwanda. "[Bill Clinton] has been talking about giving Kagame a plenary role at CGI," Desai said in response, referring to the Clinton Global Initiative.
So why would Bill offer Kagame a plenary role at the CGI?
The Congo's "Freeport Mines" (copper, gold, cobalt) is a major Clinton Foundation donor, giving between $250-500,000, according to donor records. The Congolese government saw its stake in the mine climb by just 2.5 percent in 2010 after Hillary's State Dept conducted talks that were pumped as being "in support of Freeport Mines," the Financial Times reported that year. (SOURCE floppingaces.net)
NOTE WELL Once upon a time, Hillary took issue w/ African govt corruption as a US Senator, but as Secy of State, Hillary looked the other way as the money poured into the Clinton Global Initiative.
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