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It seems odd that Devlin Barret would not mention the Barret Report in an article about a Hillary call for privacy. After all, one of the reasons that a portion of the report was redacted was to suppress facts concerning the Clinton's use of the IRS - and it's most private data - against political foes. Curious too, that the incident of the 900 FBI files that Miz Clinton ordered up in the first days of her impeached husband's sojourn in office didn't make it into the story.
Is AP running low on pixels?
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