Hacker Distibutes Confidential Hillary Clinton Benghazi Emails, Journalists Won’t Release Contents

March 19, 2013 12:28 pmViews: 7968

Hillary Clinton hacked Benghazi emails

An anonymous hacker only going by the name "Guccifer" has supposedly gotten into an associate of Hillary Clinton's email account and has distributed confidential emails dealing with a range of issues in Libya including the Benghazi terrorist attack that killed 4 Americans including Ambassador Christopher Stevens. Although the hacker has distributed stolen memos to politicians and journalists, so far no one has published any of their contents.

The hacker apparently broke into former White House aide, Sidney Blumenthal's email account and sent four recent memos to congressional aides, politicians and journalists across all over the world. One memo which was sent to Clinton was sent the day after the attack on on consulate in Benghazi on September 12, 2012 and was labeled “Confidential.”

Unfortunately we don't have access to those emails and no one who has received them yet has been brave enough to come forward and discuss or print them so the world can see their contents.

Authorities trying to unravel the details of the hack don’t know where “Guccifer” is currently located as of yet. Some of the IP addresses associated with the hacker have been traced to the Russian Federation, but that could prove fruitless because hackers regularly hide their tracks using proxies that make your computer appear as thought you re located in another city or even country, IP spoofing programs and various identity-concealing software.

Read more details on this intriguing case below from TheSmokingGun.com:

Armed with confidential memos to Hillary Clinton that were stolen from the e-mail account of a former White House aide, a hacker has distributed some of the documents to a wide array of congressional aides, political figures, and journalists worldwide.

In a series of weekend e-mail blasts, the hacker known as “Guccifer” disseminated four recent memos to Clinton from Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime confidant of the former Secretary of State.

The 64-year-old Blumenthal, who worked as a senior White House adviser to President Bill Clinton, had his AOL e-mail account hacked last week by “Guccifer,” who has conducted similar illegal assaults against a growing list of public figures, including Colin Powell, relatives and friends of the Bush family, and a top United Nations official.

The hacker’s e-mails went to hundreds of recipients, though the distribution lists were dotted with addresses for aides to Senate and House members who are no longer in office. But many of the addresses to which the Blumenthal memos were sent are good (though it is unclear whether karl@rove.com is a solid address for the Republican mastermind).

Most of the e-mail recipients were sent four separate memos that were e-mailed to Clinton by Blumenthal during the past five months. Each memo dealt with assorted developments in Libya, including the September 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi. One memo marked “Confidential” was sent to Clinton on September 12.

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