Hillary Clinton in private speech: Bin Laden was discovered as a result of phone intercept, not walk-in https://t.co/2kL8e8fz5W pic.twitter.com/A4FyvIlYXv— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 8, 2016
Sputnik: Hillary Spills Top Secret Intelligence During Paid Speech to Goldman Sachs
The recently WikiLeaks dump of Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta’s personal emails exposed the “missing” transcripts of the former Secretary of State’s speeches to Wall Street and suggest that she may have violated laws pertaining to confidential information by spilling the beans about state secrets to the nation’s top banks.
Repeating a common refrain from her campaign and the public record, Clinton told the crowd that "I was in the small group that recommended to the President that he go after bin Laden."
It was then that Clinton's narrative switched up from what was previously known by the public regarding the effort to bring the infamous terrorist mastermind to justice with many in the US public led for years to believe that the United States received a tip by somebody who stopped by at the embassy — but the root of the intelligence that captured Bin Laden was a wiretap.
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Update: Bin Laden secrets revealed in latest Clinton e-mail leak (New York Post)
WNU editor: In a normal election cycle this will be an issue that will be asked, questioned, explained, and debated on for a few days. But as of this posting .... with the exception of Russian media, the New York Post, and a few blogs .... no one is touching this story.