A court has released the FBI search warrant the agency requested so it could reopen its investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails. A judge ordered the release on Monday. Brad Heath, an investigative reporter for USA Today, has been tweeting out several excerpts from the document.
BREAKING: Federal court unseals FBI's search warrant related to "criminal investigation" of Hillary Clinton's email server. pic.twitter.com/QZzmQrQkba— Brad Heath (@bradheath) December 20, 2016
Perhaps the most damning part of the search warrant was when the FBI said it has reason to believe that Clinton aide Huma Abedin's husband Anthony Weiner had a laptop that contained classified information.
The FBI said it had probable cause to believe emails on a laptop it seized this year from Clinton aide contained classified information. pic.twitter.com/sq55Sfni8q— Brad Heath (@bradheath) December 20, 2016
Weiner was never given clearance to obtain classified information on his laptop, Fox News notes.
In all, the agency found 27 chains of emails had contained classified intel.