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Huma Abedin Secretly Plotted Clinton’s Funeral Amid Health Crisis

Mar. 30 2017, Updated 11:39 a.m. ET

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Is this proof Hillary Clinton wasn't fit to be President? In a series of explosive leaked emails, Clinton asks longtime aid Huma Abedin to help plan her and husband Bill Clinton’s funerals in 2010.

Judicial Watch released 1,184 State Department records, 29 of which were previously undisclosed Clinton emails.

“Every time someone significant passes, I am flooded with requests,” Capricia Marshall, the former Chief of Protocol for the State Department, emailed Abedin, Doug Band and Cheryl Mills. “Planning is necessary and best done when they are still with us.”

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The email sent on February 23, 2010 continues, “As well, Huma, I would make the same suggestion to you — for her it will be a little different… And once affirmed it will be very hard for someone to deny the type of ceremony she wanted — as well I understand that the President can request certain arrangements for her that she/her rep cannot (ie if you want the motorcade to go through DC — stop somewhere).”

Abedin, 40, was also asked to contact the military as protocol.

The email came almost two weeks after Bill was rushed to the hospital for chest pains.

In another email exchange from March 9, 2010, Band asked Abedin to complete a request by Chelsea Clinton to plan a White House tour for a Haitian-American USS Comfort sailor.

“I don’t want to get cross wise with Mills on anything Haiti related,” Abedin said, adding minutes later, “Have you met Cheryl Mills? You have no idea.”

Band replied, “Good point,” as Abedin responded back, “She will kill the tour if she find out I set it up.”

The emails were obtained in response to a May 5, 2015 court order from a lawsuit filed against the State Department.

The astonishing emails -- which only recently came to light -- raise further concerns over Hillary's mishandling of classified information.

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