by Sharon Rondeau

(Nov. 2, 2016) — TruePundit, which has had a remarkable record of accuracy over the last two months in regard to Hillary Clinton, is reporting that its sources within the New York Police Department (NYPD) possess evidence from a computer seized from Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of Clinton’s close aide and deputy campaign manager, Huma Abedin, that implicates “the Democratic presidential candidate, her subordinates, and even select elected officials in far more alleged serious crimes than mishandling classified and top secret emails.”

Two days before it was released in WikiLeaks emails, TruePundit accurately reported that Clinton had called for a drone to be dropped on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in a meeting with high-level national security advisers and Obama in November 2010, then produced a photo taken during the meeting in a later posting.

The Post & Email has not independently confirmed TruePundit’s claims made on Wednesday evening.

Weiner has been under FBI investigation for contacting an underage young woman with explicit material and reportedly signed himself into a treatment center today.

TruePundit reported that the “NYPD Chief” who is a source of the information told him/her that “once Comey saw the alarming contents of the emails he was forced to reopen a criminal probe against Clinton.”

The website reported that Abedin and Weiner are now seeking immunity agreements with the FBI in order “to testify against Clinton and other associates about the contents of the laptop’s emails.”  Abedin received immunity from the U.S. Justice Department earlier this year as the FBI investigated whether or not crimes had been committed when Clinton, Abedin and others sent classified emails over a non-secure, private server set up in Clinton’s home shortly before she was confirmed as Secretary of State in January 2009.

Many in Congress and the public were shocked when FBI Director James Comey announced on July 5 that it would not recommend prosecution or that the evidence agents gathered over the previous year be sent to a federal grand jury.  On Friday, Comey sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee declaring that new evidence found on Weiner’s computer forced the investigation to be rejuvenated in keeping with his pledge made during testimony to the House Judiciary Committee on September 28.

On October 4, TruePundit reported that social media sites including Twitter were censoring its updates and that it had developed an app to counter it.

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