BREAKING: State Dept. SUDDENLY DISCOVERS 1,300 Emails from Ambassador Stevens – 2 Days Before Hillary’s Testimony

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The Obama State Department suddenly discovered and turned over 1,300 pages of emails from former Ambassador Chris Stevens.

The emails were delivered just two days before Hillary’s testimony before the Benghazi committee.

None of the seven previous congressional investigations on Benghazi had access to Ambassador Stevens’ emails.
And they were just released after more than a year of requests.

The Politico reported:

The House Select Committee on Benghazi got a special delivery on Tuesday, two days before its high-profile hearing with former secretary of state Hillary Clinton — 1,300 more pages of emails from the State Department.

The Republican-led panel took to Twitter to vent about the seemingly late-in-the-game document dump of messages from Christopher Stevens, the ambassador to Libya who died in the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks on the consulate, along with three other Americans.

For months, the State Department has been releasing tens of thousands of pages of emails to the committee, but the GOP has consistently complained that the agency has dragged its feet in handing over all the relevant documents. State, for example, only a few weeks ago gave the committee about 900 Libya-related emails from Clinton, which the committee says it asked for at the start of its investigation well over a year ago.

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