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Hillary Off The Hook? FBI Claims Cases With Clinton's Emails Have VANISHED!

hillary clinton email scandal fbi claims boxed vanished

Oct. 7 2016, Published 4:32 p.m. ET

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With just over a month until the election, it looks like the truth about Hillary Clinton's emails might never be revealed — because her camp is claiming they've vanished!

As part of the 189 pages of FBI witness interviews released, five pages in particular raise serious concerns about the mysterious disappearance of two boxes that contained Clinton's printed emails.

A 2015 interview with an anonymous employee from the Office of Information Programs and Services (IPS) reveals that the FBI were made aware of the missing boxes.

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"Initially, IPS officials were told there were 14 bankers boxes of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails at Clinton's Friendship Heights office," the employee said, according to Fox News.

But the IPS employee said that on December 5, 2014, IPS officials picked up 12 of the 14 banker's boxes. Two were missing.

It was not made clear to the officials if the boxes "were consolidated or what could have happened to the two other boxes."

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The whereabouts of the other two boxes of printed emails remains a mystery, but the same witness also claimed senior State Department official Patrick Kennedy was "pressuring subordinates to change classified email codes in the interview transcripts," The Hill reported.

The anonymous employee "believed there was interference with the formal Freedom of Information Act review process," the report said.

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