WikiLeaks predicted Hillary would not be indicted but releases 1,258 ‘war emails’ anyway… here’s why

As the week dawned, whistleblower website WikiLeaks posted 1,258 emails Hillary Clinton sent as Secretary of State where she discussed the war in Iraq saying that the trove of emails should lead the FBI to recommend indicting her for breaking America’s national security laws.

As we now know, the FBI announced that Hillary was “extremely careless” with classified information, but is essentially going to give her a pass anyway.

According to The Hill, the large cache of emails Wikileaks posted come from the tens of thousands released by the Department of State last February. Wikileaks combed through them and pulled out all those where Hillary mentioned Iraq or where people writing to Hillary did so.

The release comes nearly a month after Wikileaks founder Julian Assange revealed that his site intended to comb through all Hillary’s emails and highlight things he felt were suspect.

Early in June Assange said on a U.K. TV show, “We have emails pending publication.”

Still, even though Assange said he thought the emails he was about to publish should be enough to indict Hillary, he was sure no indictment would emerge from the Obama administration.

Speaking of U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Obama, Assange said, “he’s not going to indict Hillary Clinton, that’s not possible. It’s not going to happen. But the FBI can push for concessions from a Clinton government.”



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