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State Scrubs History Of Child And Sex Abuse From Reports To Protect Hillary

Right before she quit at the State Department, Hillary’s underlings were busy whitewashing and scrubbing official documents of anything embarrassing.

In a shocking report, the Washington Times has revealed that in 2013, the agency’s Inspector General’s office edited out details of sexual abuse, child abuse and other incidents that could harm the future presidential candidate.

The edits to the official documents raise concerns that investigators were, as the Times put it – “subjected to undue influence from agency officials.”

The paper compared earlier drafts of reports with final versions and noticed the disparities. The passages that were removed would have embarrassed the State Department. Some examples:

  • One case, which triggered outraged comment from several [special investigations division] sources, relates to allegations that a Regional Security Officer engaged in serious criminal conduct including sexual abuse of local embassy staff during a series of embassy postings. Sources also reported that a senior [diplomatic security] official successfully protected some agents on the Secretary’s Detail from investigations into misbehavior while on official trips,” the November 16 draft said. It is unclear why this critical text was stripped from the report before the inspector general published it in February 2013.
  • Another passage that was removed from the public report suggests officials in Clinton’s office may have protected an ambassador from a child abuse investigation. “Sources reported that a senior ‘7th Floor’ Department official ordered [diplomatic security] to stop the investigation of an ambassador accused of pedophilia, and another such senior official had [diplomatic security] stop an investigation of an ambassador-designate,” the draft reads.

The seventh floor is the location of the secretary of state’s office, as well as the offices of the deputy secretary and the undersecretaries, according to the State Department’s website. If any of these details were removed because of exculpatory information, this is never stated.

The same section of the final report, titled “Need for Independence,” makes no reference to the pedophilia allegations or the sexual abuse charges that were covered up by State Department staff.

A subsequent passage that is completely redacted in the published document, but is revealed in the November 16 draft, shows investigators were concerned about their physical proximity to the subjects of their investigations at the agency.