Assange: Wikileaks will Release Enough Evidence to Indict Hillary Clinton

In a way, it would be fitting for Wikileaks to be the ones who drive the final nail into Clinton's electoral coffin. During her time with the State Department, Clinton made no secret of her contempt for the group and her desire for it to be shut down, something that is appropriately now coming back to haunt her in the middle of her quest to become president:

“The former secretary of state pushed for the prosecution of Wikileaks, rather than the global criminals they exposed, and the organization described her as a ‘war hawk.'

Assange said the leaked emails revealed that she overrode the Pentagon’s reluctance to overthrow sovereign Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, and that ‘they predicted the post-war outcome would be what it is, which is ISIS taking over the country.'

The email scandal could become a headache as the race to the White House heats up and the FBI continues to investigate her.

Sworn testimony from officials working in the department revealed that Clinton did not ‘know how to use a computer to do e-mail,' instead using her Blackberry for official communications.

Clinton’s office was a designated Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF), where the use of wireless devices was not permitted, leading to Clinton leaving her office in order to access emails.

Sensitive information regarding US security was sent to her private server, including information on drone strikes.

Clinton’s use of a private email account came to light in 2013, when a hacker going by the name of Guccifer accessed the email account of her aide Sidney Blumenthal.”

Source: RT




  1. Kathy Hardisty

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