HACKERS LIKELY STOLE HILLARY CLASSIFIED DOCS IN 2014 YAHOO BREACH

Monday, October 31, 2016
By Paul Martin

Over 500 million Yahoo accounts were hacked, and Huma used Yahoo

Kit Daniels
INFOWARS.com
OCTOBER 31, 2016

Hackers likely stole the classified information saved on Huma Abedin’s Yahoo email account that originated from Hillary Clinton.

Remember that over 500 million Yahoo accounts were hacked in 2014, and given that Abedin used her real name as her email username, her account in particular would be of interest to hackers.

Additionally, if hackers – especially state-sponsored hackers – knew top-level US officials like Abedin were using Yahoo accounts, that may explain why the 2014 breach occurred.

Abedin has served as Hillary Clinton’s close confidant for years – so close in fact that State Dept. employees said they considered emailing Abedin “the equivalent of e-mailing Clinton.”

She also has close ties with known terrorist organizations, which of course begs the question: was storing classified information on an unauthorized server intentional?

The New York Post’s Paul Sperry wrote:

“On page 3 of their 11-page report, the agents detail how they showed Abedin a classified paper on Pakistan sent from a State Department source which she, in turn, inexplicably forwarded to her personal Yahoo email account — an obviously unclassified, unencrypted, unsecured and unauthorized system. The breach of security was not an isolated event but a common practice with Abedin.”

Roger Stone also made another interesting point about Abedin:

“From April 2005 to March 2006, Huma was paid a total of $27,999.92, yet on September 18, 2006, she bought an apartment in Washington D.C. costing $649,000. The question here is, on an annual salary of no more than $28,000, where did the money come from? We’ve caught of the greatest spies due to their spending well beyond their salaries.”

The Rest…HERE

Leave a Reply

Join the revolution in 2018. Revolution Radio is 100% volunteer ran. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. God bless!

Follow us on Twitter