Stabbing puts man in hospital for seven days, police say E-mails show State Department staffer was planning to use her "professional judgment and exp
Stabbing puts man in hospital for seven days, police say
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A State Department staffer working as a consultant to then-Attorney General Janet Reno allegedly planned to go undercover and engage in sabotage of investigations to prevent officials from taking action to protect her family and the American people, federal authorities said Monday.
“A State Department employee was using her professional judgment and experience in connection with Benghazi attacks to pursue a plan to undermine the investigation of possible criminal conduct by members of the [Democratic] National Committee,” said State Department spokesman John Kirby.
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In a new email dated May 27, 2010, the staffer, Cheryl Mills, tells Mills that “the only thing worse than going to court to stop these things would be being accused by the Obama Justice Department.”
Mills forwarded Mills’ email to Cheryl Mills, who was Clinton’s deputy chief of staff in the early 2000s.
In the e-mail, Mills wrote that she believed the best way to ensure government officials would not be prosecuted and to help her keep her family and her family’s charity’s information private was to “deface” the emails.
“In the email, I have attempted to make a couple of jokes — something the FBI 바카라should really look into,” Mills wrote to her deputy. “As to whether the use of this kind of humor is better than using more overt methods? I think no.”
“I think the best way to do this would be to make a statement that the administration would look into this, that I would be going to court to stop this and to use my professional judgment and experience to be able to put these emails and others at risk,” Mills wrote.
Mills and Clinton had an ongoing relationship during their tenure at the State Department. The two worked together on the “briefing series” Clinton was running to prepare for the 2009 speech from which she and then-Defense Secretary Robert Gates will not speak.
On a day not long before the Clinton administration announced it was canceling the speech, Mills emailed Mills, “We will put these emails on the Internet and they should go up soon. This is what we’ve been talking about (sic). I agree completely with you on everything you are saying. I hope you will join me in this decision.”
That same month, the Democratic National Committee asked the State Department to expedite the release of about 790 pages of e