‘Russian Files’ Show Hillary Clinton’s Secret Email Was Hacked, Says Report

Marcel Lazar Lehel, 40, is escorted by masked policemen in Bucharest, after being arrested in Arad, 550 km (337 miles) west of Bucharest January 22, 2014. REUTERS/MEDIAFAX/SILVIU MATEI
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Capitol Hill insiders are abuzz as two congressional committees reportedly have evidence that Hillary Clinton’s emails were copied from her private email server by foreign hackers.

Congressional sources told PJ Media that the Intelligence Committees in both the House and Senate possess the so-called “Russian files” consisting of Clinton emails that ended up on the so-called ‘Deep Web.’ How did they get there? Hackers reportedly hacked Guccifer, the Rumanian-born hacker who hacked Clinton’s adviser, Sidney Blumenthal.

One source said that the “Russian Files” contained classified information from Clinton’s email server including a Benghazi-related document.

Additionally, FBI director James Comey’s agency reportedly knew about this information before he decided not to indict Clinton. Breitbart News recently reported on Comey’s financial relationships, including his link to the Clinton Foundation.

Clinton could have been indicted on an Espionage Act violation if she “through gross negligence permits [national defense information] to be removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of his trust, or to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed.”

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