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Man of the Year: Anthony Weiner

The New York Times said on Friday that law enforcement officials had revealed it was the seizure of the devices, and the discovery of emails that were previously not part of the FBI investigation, that had triggered the bureau’s .

The FBI informed Congress on Friday it was investigating whether there was classified information in the new emails. The FBI said in July that its investigation was finished.

However, reports said the emails were not from the former secretary of state’s private device, but from those belonging to her top aide and her ex-husband. Mr Weiner is being investigated amid allegations he sent sexual messages to a 15-year-old girl.

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Ms Clinton and aide Huma Abedin – Justin Sullivan/Getty

The Associated Press said that in his letter to congressional leaders, FBI Director James Comey said the new emails that had come to light recently had prompted investigators to reopen its probe.

In his letter, Mr Comey, said that emails had surfaced in an unrelated case – now said to be the investigation into Mr Wiener’s alleged sexting – and that they “appear to be pertinent to the investigation”. Read the rest of this entry »

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New Clinton emails found during Anthony Weiner sexting probe

The devices were seized after it was revealed that Weiner, a former member of Congress and mayoral candidate, had been sexting with an underage girl.

The feds began to investigate Weiner, 52, after he sent a slew of sexual messages and shirtless selfies to a 15-year-old North Carolina girl.

Weiner allegedly shared his “rape fantasies” with the teen and even sent her pornographic videos.

He also is alleged to have asked the teen to get on Skype to undress and masturbate.

The former politician engaged in his possibly criminal activity using the handle “T Dog.”

Previously, he has sexted under the pseudonym “Carlos Danger.” Read the rest of this entry »