The candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton
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Hillary Clinton urged the FBI to publish the data after the discovery of new letters, which, presumably, can relate to her personal correspondence. Earlier, the Bureau has decided not to pursue a policy of no charges
The candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton has called on the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) to publish the information they received from her personal e-mails. She stated, speaking at a press conference in Iowa.
According to Clinton, “the American people deserve a full and complete facts” about the case (quoted by Reuters). She recalled that before the election of the President of the United States is only 11 days and it is very important that the Americans got all the information during this time.
Previously, FBI Director James Comey said that it is unknown, contained the letter whether any meaningful information or not. Clinton in his speech expressed the hope that the FBI will begin an investigation and would ask the U.S. justice Department to open a criminal case against her.
About what the FBI discovered about 1000 new letters Clinton, became known yesterday evening. As reported by The New York Times, citing Federal officials, States, new emails can be associated with the case of the personal correspondence of the democratic candidate.
James Comey has expressed the view that the FBI is “taking appropriate actions to allow the investigators to examine the letters and determine whether they contain classified information.”
According to interlocutors of the newspaper, the FBI was able to detect new emails in the investigation against former Congressman from the state of new York from the Democratic party, Anthony Weiner. The Agency withdrew the device, which was used by Weiner and his ex-wife huma Abedin. Abedin herself was one of the counselors Clinton.
The scandal surrounding e-mails, Clinton erupted in March 2015. Then it became known that during his tenure as Secretary of state (2009-2013) she used to correspond via personal email, although the US administration was required to use the government mail.
Clinton claimed that she passed confidential data and mostly kept up a correspondence with the closest circle of advisors. The FBI in July questioned former Secretary of state during the 3.5 hours on the case. Later, Bloomberg published excerpts from the interrogation of Clinton, during which the candidate presidenty US Congress said she couldn’t remember the official instructions for the handling of classified information. The FBI noted that in 2012, Clinton received the concussion, which could have something to forget.
Former Secretary of state also stated that he had not received his mail “any documents that she felt should not have been present in the unclassified system of correspondence.” In early July, U.S. attorney General stated that it would not indict Clinton. The FBI also recommended that the U.S. justice Department not to indict the former Secretary of state.