Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, meets US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on her arrival at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Vladivostok, September 8, 2012. REUTERS/Mikhail Metzel/Pool
Washington Times: Russia to release Clinton emails?
U.S. intelligence agencies are said to be closely watching Russian online blogs and other postings for any signs that Moscow hackers have covertly obtained the bulk of Hillary Clinton’s email messages stolen from her private email server and are preparing to make them public.
A U.S. intelligence official told Inside the Ring that the indications of the email release are being closely watched, although the veracity of at least two postings on the matter could not be confirmed as authoritative.
A State Department official has said Russia is one of at least three foreign governments likely to have obtained the full content of the former secretary of state’s server through covert hacking operations. The other two are China and Israel.
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WNU Editor: Even if Russian intelligence has Hillary Clinton's emails .... which it would not surprise me if they do .... I doubt that they would release it. There is no net benefit for them if they do .... and releasing intel that is in their possession is (culturally speaking from what I know about Russian intelligence) something that they just do not do. Keep it, file it, and hold it in reserve when needed .... that is what they do.