Most Of Hillary's Deleted Work Emails Won't Be Released Until After Election

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US Diplomatic Security (DS) "found a classified document from the briefing book in the suite during a sweep following Clinton and Hanley's departure".

According to the Washington Examiner, the comment came just days after Clinton handed over 30,000 of her work-related emails to the State Department. And why should voters have the opportunity to read Hillary's emails before voting to decide if she should run the country?

The judge ordered the State Department to finish processing 1,050 pages of material for release by November 4, just days before Americans go to the polls to elect the next president, the Wall Street Journal said. After that, according to The Wall Street Journal, the State Department will process and release around 500 pages of Clinton emails per month.

"The State Department is being obstructionist", Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said after the hearing, according to The Times. Another 5,600 emails were deemed work-related but State Department attorneys warned that up to 50% of those are duplicates of emails that Mrs. Clinton already turned over.

So far, the Federal Bureau of Investigation turned over 15,171 emails it recovered that involved Clinton of which 60 percent have been classified as purely personal.

An FBI investigation into whether she mishandled classified information by running all her official electronic correspondence through an unsecure system was closed without a recommendation of any criminal charges. The paper said that was out of what could be as much as 10,000 pages of material. He originally gave them a September 23 deadline, but acknowledged today that the department "was struggling to manage the burden of dozens of lawsuits and thousands of requests for records from Mrs. Clinton's time in office".

Separately, court documents filed in the same case on Thursday evening show members of the House Oversight Committee were provided sealed copies of records submitted to a federal judge by Bryan Pagliano, the Clinton IT aide who received an immunity deal from the Justice Department.

'Americans should expect this stonewalling to end and that all these emails to be released before the November election'.