Independent watchdog Judicial Watch has released new Huma Abedin emails that suggest Hillary Clinton and her top aide were using an unsecured account to transfer classified information.
Judicial Watch’s statement consists of 530 emails that were NOT a part of the emails Hillary Clinton turned over to the State Department and claimed to be representative of her entire collection.
New emails from former Hillary Clinton adviser Huma Abedin, released by Judicial Watch, show more examples of Abedin using a non-secure account and server to transmit classified information. According to a statement released by Judicial Watch, the new release shows there were a total of 530 emails that were not a part of the batch Hillary Clinton turned over to the State Department that she claimed represented all her emails from the Clinton.com account maintained by an unsecure, private server.
A number of the emails released today by Judicial Watch show emails that were or have been marked classified that were forwarded to Abedin’s account. The watchdog group also said several emails in the newly released batch show Clinton using her official position as secretary of state to trade favors and to provide influence to donors to the Clinton campaign and donors to the Clinton Foundation.
For example, emails from April 2009 show a Puerto Rican TV executive named Miguel Lausell making a request that started with Clinton Foundation executive Doug Band, but was then moved over to Abedin. Lausell was pushing for his preferred candidate to become U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, and was reportedly a donor to both the Clinton presidential center and the Clinton Global Initiative.