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Sources Tens of Thousands of Files From Clinton Blumenthal Computers Available on Deep Web

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posted on Sep, 16 2016 @ 10:52 PM
Found this article via Yahoo.

From the article:

PJ Media has learned from multiple sources that the House and Senate Intelligence Committees may have access to the contents of an Eastern European computer, potentially Russian, and that hackers may have exfiltrated Hillary Clinton's and Sidney Blumenthal's unsecured files by first hacking Marcel Lazar Lehel aka Guccifer.

Also from the article:

A congressional source who has met with a whistleblower commented that "even a Hillary supporter should want the public to know what foreigners took from her private servers, especially if it is damaging to her. Otherwise the candidate could be blackmailed by a foreign power."

So information can stay on the deep web even after being moved. Thus Clinton email may not need to be hacked; instead the web has to be searched for residual information? Just asking.

posted on Sep, 16 2016 @ 11:08 PM
Good find.
S&F for the intrigue.

posted on Sep, 17 2016 @ 12:09 AM
a reply to: feldercarb

To answer your question no. What the article is saying is since she got hacked other computers may (and in this case appear) to have the emails she used a cleaner to erase.

Meaning the emails erased are accessible. The deep used properly actually leaves no trace. But the hackers probably put some info on the deep web, also as stated before it appears they found a computer that has many of the files

posted on Sep, 17 2016 @ 06:19 AM
Before previous media dumps, we have seen evidence (usually from the hacked party) that a hack occurred.
Is this another confirmation that another dump is coming soon?
We don't know who the sources for this story are, it could be Democrats on a committee.

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