Hillary email witness never interviewed by FBI
In a stunning development Friday regarding the reopened FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email system, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas Action has discovered a witness in the case who has not been interviewed by the FBI.
Also found was an instruction from a State Department official as long ago as 2010 that staffers “never” should mention the fact that Clinton’s email was run through her private, unsecured server.
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Department of State IT Systems Administrator Cindy Almodovar reported she met with Huma Abedin in December 2010 for half an hour regarding emails at the “then unknown, but now notorious, @clintoneail.com site.”
Almodovar explained Abedin had had trouble sending and receiving emails. Almodovar said in an email: “She gave me some examples listed below, but also, things are inconsistent.”
One issue was an email sent to her twice that morning but not delivered.
Her note continued: “Huma sent several tests from her clintonemail account to Lona and myself – they were received. But there are many messages and responses not received. … She sent a message this morning from her state.gov account to firstname.lastname@example.org. … Recipient responded, but she didn’t get the response. I found that the response arrived and is on as ‘submitted to Categorizer’ at 6:47 this morning. … It was resent at 7:11 am by sender to huma, received and also ‘submitted to Categorizer’ on … On 12/14, email@example.com sent a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and Valmoroli@state.gov at 10:03 pm. The subject line was blank. Huma received at Clinton address, but Lona did not receive on her state.gov account.”