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Nov. 3 2016, Updated 3:22 p.m. ET

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Shocking new information in the Anthony Weiner FBI probe reveals that the shamed former congressman may have been involved in more than just a sexting scandal.

Investigative journalist Doug Hagmann sat down for an interview on Alex Jones' Info Wars this week to discuss the case and its dangerous repercussions on Hillary Clinton's campaign.

As Radar previously reported, the FBI reopened its investigation into Clinton's private server used during her time secretary of state, after discovering new emails on a computer belonging to Weiner and estranged wife, top Clinton aide, Huma Abedin.

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But according to Hagmann, that should be the least of Clinton's concerns.

"The other aspect of this is the treason and espionage part of the scandal," he told Jones. "There is some indication that. . .other downloads of the top secret documents that were found in the 650,000 emails on Weiner's computer were offloaded to a third party. Who's that third party? It very well could be Huma's associates."

Worst of all, Hagmann claimed that the NYPD discovered other files in Weiner's possession that pointed to a sex blackmail network involving known pervs like Clinton pal Jeffrey Epstein.

"According to my sources, these files exist. . .and the fact that they exist on this computer suggests that there's some sort of overlap here," he said. "As much as I hate to even think about this, based on my source, Hillary did in fact take part in some blackmail independently of and with Bill Clinton."

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As Radar previously reported, Palm Beach Police raided Jeffrey Epstein's Florida mansion in October 2005, after speaking to multiple teen girls who claimed to have been sexually assaulted inside.

Epstein later pleaded guilty to a minor solicitation charge and spent six months in prison.

Although there is no record of him visiting the Palm Beach home, Bill and Epstein were fast friends. As reported, Hillary's husband flew on Epstein's so-called "Lolita Express" more than ten times in the early 2000s, according to flight logs. Epstein also bragged he was one of the founders of the infamous Clinton Foundation.

Unfortunately, the cycle seems to be continuing today. As WikiLeaks revealed earlier this week, Clinton's staff knew that Anthony Weiner had been sexting an underage girl as early as 2011, and didn't act.

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