WikiLeaks Just Published an INSANE Amount of Iraq War Emails From Clinton’s Private Server

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Ahead of the release of the U.K.’s Chilcot report on the Iraq War, WikiLeaks gathered and published more than 1,000 of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails pertaining to the war during her tenure in the State Department.

The notorious whistleblowing site tweeted a link Monday to 1,258 emails Clinton sent and received pertaining to the war, including emails from her aides. Many emails contain news articles relating to the war that were circulated among Clinton’s team.

As the Hill reported, the emails were already released as part of a larger dump by the State Department due to a Freedom of Information request, but WikiLeaks tweeted out a link to a search of her emails on its site that contained the words: Iraq, Baghdad, Basra and Mosoul.

WikiLeaks published the link ahead of the Chilcot report, the inquiry commissioned by Sir John Chilcot in 2009 that probes Britain’s decisions that led to the invasion of Iraq. That report is set to be released Wednesday 6 and comes in at around 2.6 million words, according to the Mirror.

The site also tweeted Monday a link to a “complete list of British MPs who voted to invade” Iraq.

While the links were preceding the release of the Chilcot report, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has also said that his group has gathered enough information and evidence that should lead to an indictment of the presumptive Democratic nominee by the FBI.

Clinton reportedly was questioned for more than three hours by the FBI over the weekend in a “voluntary interview” over her controversial use of a private email server during her time at State.

“We have upcoming leaks in relation to Hillary Clinton,” Assange told Britain’s ITV last month. “We’ve accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton. We could proceed to an indictment.”

Clinton has repeatedly defended herself and her use of a private email server as she’s denied any wrongdoing, including sending classified material. However, she has said that the use of her private server was a “mistake.”

This article originally appeared on The Blaze

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