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Assange Has Clinton Email Where She Instructs Staff to Remove "Classified" Heading from Document and Send It

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In an interview conducted on British television this past Sunday with Julian Assange (click here) he clearly states that he has at least one email which Hillary Clinton sent to a staff member at the State Department, instructing them to remove a "classified" heading from a file and then send it as an unclassified fax. If it can be proven that the fax was actually sent, this then would be incontrovertible proof that a federal crime had been committed. Indeed, one would assume that merely the fact that it can apparently be proven that Secretary Clinton did send this email, should be enough to convict her in the court of public opinion, if only the media would actually carry the story.

Unfortunately, the person Assange believes would be ultimately responsible for issuing an indictment against Hillary Clinton is Barack Obama's own, chosen Attorney General, Loretta Lynch. Assange is convinced Lynch would never issue an indictment against Madam Secretary, regardless of what the FBI recommended. Assange goes on to say that the Department of Justice would most likely use the instances of what he is certain are indictable offenses to win "concessions" from an already-in-place Clinton Administration (I frankly don't know what that means. Perhaps an attorney at OEN can help us out here).

Incredibly, both of the two videos of this interview which I found on YouTube had the sound disabled.
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