#WikiLeaks #PodestaEmails14 Releases 1,5000 and State Department releases 122 #HilaryClinton emails I know which l would choose to get to the #Truth #JohnPodesta @WLTaskForce – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Oct.21: Here is another batch from #WikiLeaks releases more than 1,500 more emails purported to be from Hillary Clinton adviser #JohnPodesta – RT, NBC News


Fe00yVS2_normal.png WikiLeaks (@wikileaks)
21/10/2016, 15:48
RELEASE: The Podesta Emails Part 14 wikileaks.org/podesta-emails…#PodestaEmails #PodestaEmails14 #imWithHer #HillaryClinton pic.twitter.com/LtvIimk6xO

#PodestaEmails14 brings the number of emails leaked so far by @Wikileaks to 25,000 sptnkne.ws/c4G4 #PodestaEmails twitter.com/wikileaks/stat

jB5eitwL_normal.jpg Sputnik (@SputnikInt)
21/10/2016, 16:06
#PodestaEmails14 brings the number of emails leaked so far by @wikileaks to 25,000 sptnkne.ws/c4G4 #PodestaEmails twitter.com/wikileaks/stat…

State Department release 122 of just a small batch of emails dating back to #HillaryClinton ‘s tenure as secretary of state has been made public. The release is part of approximately 15,000 previously undisclosed Clinton emails that the State Department was ordered to produce.

The emails can be read in the State Department’s Virtual Reading Room.

Several emails from August 2011, related to a conference call with Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, were redacted in their entirety. So was another email, forwarded from Clinton adviser Jake Sullivan, with the subject heading “I know this doesn’t help matters...”

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