The documents released by the FBI in the Hillary Clinton email investigation seem to have resulted in more questions than answers. The witness interviews released were heavily redacted, but one section included a statement from a State Department witness detailing 14 boxes of emails were located at the Clinton’s office. However, when the Office of Information Programs and Services (IPS) went to Clinton’s office, only 12 boxes of emails were retrieved. The State Department witness went on to say that officials were not sure if the boxes “were consolidated or what could have happened to the two other boxes.” It is unknown if these two missing boxes could have contained Clintons emails from January-April of 2009 which Clinton’ leading attorney said were unable to be located. These months span the beginning of Clinton’s term as secretary of state.
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