Clinton’s emails sent to Chinese company

More than 30,000 former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails were sent to an email address of allegedly a Chinese company, reported the Epoch Times Thursday.

According to the latest documents released by the US Senate, emails from Clinton’s private email server were sent to, which resembles the name of a Chinese company Shandong Carter Heavy Industry CO., Ltd, and that means someone from outside the US had access to Clinton’s correspondence.

The reporters tried to reach out to Shandong Carter Heavy Industry, et the company did not respond.

Frank Rucker, an intelligence community inspector general investigator, reportedly told the FBI about forwarded emails back in 2016, yet Peter Strzok, former FBI agent who led the investigation into hacked Clinton’s emails, was “aloof and dismissive.”

Intelligence community inspector general attorney Jeanette McMillian suggested that the email address was a “drop box” for Clinton’s emails. “Even if you didn’t address an email to this address, the email went to it anyway,” she told Senate Finance and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committees.

The released documents also show that someone from the intelligence community inspector general office may have been following the investigators and leaking information. Rucker said he suspected Paul Wogaman, son of Clinton’s adviser.

Natalia Veselnitskaya — official website

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