Via a text message from Jaime we have an incredible report on the Weiner laptop contents:

New York Police Department detectives and prosecutors working an alleged underage sexting case against former Congressman Anthony Weiner have turned over a newly-found laptop he shared with wife Huma Abedin to the FBI with enough evidence “to put Hillary (Clinton) and her crew away for life,” NYPD sources told True Pundit.

NYPD sources said Clinton’s “crew” also included several unnamed yet implicated members of Congress in addition to her aides and insiders.

The NYPD seized the computer from Weiner during a search warrant and detectives discovered a trove of over 500,000 emails to and from Hillary Clinton, Abedin and other insiders during her tenure as secretary of state. The content of those emails sparked the FBI to reopen its defunct email investigation into Clinton on Friday.

But new revelations on the contents of that laptop, according to law enforcement sources, implicate the Democratic presidential candidate, her subordinates, and even select elected officials in far more alleged serious crimes than mishandling classified and top secret emails, sources said. NYPD sources said these new emails include evidence linking Clinton herself and associates to:

  • Money laundering
  • Child exploitation
  • Sex crimes with minors (children)
  • Perjury
  • Pay to play through Clinton Foundation
  • Obstruction of justice
  • Other felony crimes

NYPD detectives and a NYPD Chief, the department’s highest rank under Commissioner, said openly that if the FBI and Justice Department fail to garner timely indictments against Clinton and co- conspirators, NYPD will go public with the damaging emails now in the hands of FBI Director James Comey and many FBI field offices.

“What’s in the emails is staggering and as a father, it turned my stomach,” the NYPD Chief said. “There is not going to be any Houdini-like escape from what we found. We have copies of everything. We will ship them to Wikileaks or I will personally hold my own press conference if it comes to that.”

There is supposedly also more evidence of mishandling of classified materials:

According to FBI sources, the bureau’s newly-minted probe into Clinton’s use and handling of emails while she served as secretary of state, has also been broadened to include investigating new email-related revelations, including:

  • Abedin forwarded classified and top secret State Department emails to Weiner’s email
  • Abedin stored emails, containing government secrets, in a special folder shared with Weiner warehousing over 500,000 archived State Department emails.
  • Weiner had access to these classified and top secret documents without proper security clearance to view the records
  • Abedin also used a personal yahoo address and her address to send/receive/store classified and top secret documents
  • A private consultant managed Weiner’s site for the last six years, including three years when Clinton was secretary of state, and therefore, had full access to all emails as the domain’s listed registrant and administrator via Whois email contacts.

Tonight is going to be a popcorn night.


20 thoughts on “Wow!

  1. Yahoo account… hmm, the same email provider that had “hundreds of millions” of its accounts compromised… maybe they were not compromised for any reason other than someone wanted to go in and do some cleanup of certain accounts?

  2. Here’s hoping the NYPD made a copy of the laptop’s contents and put it in a safe place, like on a Wikileaks server. It would be a pity if all, or any, of that information was lost somehow during the FBI investigation.

    I, for one, remember why the 2nd Director of the FBI, L. Patrick Gray III, resigned in disgrace during the Watergate scandal. The FBI has a long history of losing stuff important to a criminal investigation, especially when important and culpable politicians are involved. And Gray’s direct subordinate, of course, is famous now as the Washington Post’s Deep Throat, so the FBI’s ability to harm politicians is also well documented.

    • Now, stop dredging up 40 year old trash. That was the old FBI. The modern FBI would never do anything like that. Or, I donno, leave a suspect’s apartment unlocked and unguarded so the press can tromp through it and spoil any potential evidence; or– as long as we’re really stretching hypotheticals here– letting go of a mass-murderer’s wife and material witness and completely loosing track of her. Stuff like that never happens now.

  3. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. Let us wait and see.

  4. Something that sounds to good to be true…

    They don’t even name the NYPD Chief. Who is almost certainly a Democrat. And a political animal, to be a Chief.

    They admit they have a copy of the emails, _and_ there is classified stuff in them, including Top Secret. So they are in improper possession of classified materials themselves? And are threatening to release them to wikileaks if things don’t go the way they figure they should? A jail-able offense for them as well.

    It’s all dubious.

  5. joe:

    god only knows what is truth. for the rest of us, we have to make judgment call. and, imho, these stories have the ring of truth, so i have published them, last night, as a matter of fact.– . .

    now, are these stories authoritative? well, the author of a youtube film upon which one of the posts is based is an ex-under secretary of state serving under four presidents, and several secretaries of state, to include henry kissinger. that’s pretty authoritative to me.

    john jay

  6. If they had proof of criminal guilt, they wouldn’t tell us first. They’d arrest the perps and THEN tell us.

    The very face that we’re being told suggests one of two things;
    1. There really isn’t much here, or they don’t plan to do anything meaningful about it.
    2. They’re putting it out in public specifically in support of the regime, so there will be no possibility of unbiased trials.

    Anyway; I lost count, sometime in the 1990s, of the number of times people said; “THIS time, we finally got [Bill, Hillary, or both]!”

    I’ll believe it when I see her escorted off to prison in shackles along with several dozen of her cohorts after the guilty verdict, and later interviewed in prison by 60 Minutes, and even then I’ll wonder whether it really happened or if it was staged and she isn’t really in the Bahamas living in an island mansion on a white beach, taking regular visits from George Soros & son, and the Bush family.

      • True; that it took a large number of people, many of them armed with repeating rifles and acting extra-legally, in a frenzy of unspeakable violence, is a notable quirk to that particular story.

  7. Gotta go with the comment flow here. The (unnamed) NYPD chief would not say this. We’re being offered the stuff of dreams here. Wishful thinking given life on the Internet. Someone’s psyop or clickbait.

    • Because many of the dead have already voted early.

      Twice, just to make sure.

      “Undead lives matter!”…. er…. well…. Ahem. You know what I mean.

      • Check your privilege, living dude! Just because you’ve always had a pulse and respiration doesn’t make you better than a corpse that will at least reliably vote for the right candidate.

  8. Try it. Finish this sentence;
    “The day the NYPD knowingly act to take down the leadership of the Democrat Party is…”

  9. This reads like a clumsily crafted fairy tale. One obvious clue is that it speaks of a laptop held by NYPD, when in fact they are held by the FBI.

    • Dunno about you, but I am am loth to be certain of any of these “facts.” I remember seeing a story about how some of the laptops were to be searched for a very narrow spectrum of evidence, then destroyed as part of the immunity deal. Now there are stories that they were not. Other than the observation that there appears to be a huge and high-level total freak-out indicitive of lots of *something* evidence-wise beyond the wikileaks emails and Veritas videos, I’m certain of nothing. Certainly not who currently has the laptop(s), how many there are, how many copies of the hard-drive(s) there are, who is looking at them, and what is said behind closed doors by whom.

      But there is enough smoke I’m pretty sure someone is on fire.

    • FWIW, there’s this: “The forwarded email said the National Archives had a duplicate and was examining it to know what was stolen. It was stolen or misplaced between Jan. 30, 2009, and March 24, 2009.” The story suggests that the primary threat is one of identity theft for people employed by the (first) Clinton White House.

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