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STUNNING BREAK In Hillary Case: ANOTHER NEW SOURCE Leaks BRUTAL Data

Hillary is spiraling as yet ANOTHER SOURCE exposes the truth about the out of control scandal!

Hundreds of new emails have been found and scrutinized, and this time the source is not the FBI, WikiLeaks, or Anonymous.

Watchdog group Judicial Watch has unearthed 238 emails so far as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit.

According to Judicial Watch, they recently found three new email exchanges between Hillary Clinton and her estranged assistant, Huma Abedin. The messages are said to contain material “classified to protect national security.”

In the eyes of many, this is more than enough evidence to indict Clinton, Abedin, and a number of others, though, of course, much more data is being looked at.

Judicial Watch says that this batch of emails also reveals State Department favors for wealthy Florida Sugar magnate, Alfonso Fanjul.

It is no surprise to anyone that Alfonso Fanjul is a Clinton Foundation donor.

This new batch of emails was not released by Hillary Clinton, her campaign, or her lawyers.

No surprise there, either.

According to an October 13th, 2009 message, Clinton’s personal assistant, Laurn Jiloty, and Iris Anaya, assistant to sugar magnate Alfonso Fanjul, worked together so that Fanjul could gain special access to Clinton. He gained access to Clinton’s government scheduler.

Anaya emailed Abedin in an attempt to arrange a meeting between Fanjul, the CEO of Florida Crystals, and Hillary Clinton. Jiloty wrote back, saying that Anaya should talk to Lona Valmoro, Hillary Clinton’s scheduler. The goal was to “set up a meeting.”

According to Judicial Watch, Fanjul donated more than $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation.

Again, few are surprised to learn of dealings such as this one. Are you?

To learn more about the Judicial Watch investigation, visit lifezette.com.

Something tells me that the three emails mentioned above are just a morsel, just a preview, of the tidal wave that is about to drop.

WikiLeaks, Anonymous, and the FBI have not taken major action, yet!

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