The Los Angeles Times recently reported that some of the controversial Hillary Clinton emails released by the U.S. Department of State contain the subject "Loretta Sanchez" and were heavily redacted under the exemption provisions of the Freedom of Information Act.
The released portions of the May 2010 exchange between then-Secretary of State Clinton, her high-level aide Jacob J. Sulivan and Richard R. Verma, then an assistant secretary of state who is presently the U.S. Ambassador to India, reveal a mystery.
What were they saying about our Orange County congresswoman who now wants to defeat California Attorney General Kamala Harris for the right to replace retiring U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer in 2016?
Here's what the state department released:
Don't worry. The mystery is solved. In furtherance of our obligation to inform citizens, the Weekly has revealed the secret content of the government emails:
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