There have been some interesting revelations from the Wikileaks release. See for example, 14 things we learned from WikiLeaks' new Clinton-related emails for one list. However, there's something that hasn't yet been highlighted by the big league bloggers.
FBI Director James Comey declared that they had no proof that Hillary Clinton had been hacked. Specifically, he said:
"With respect to potential computer intrusion by hostile actors, we did not find direct evidence that Secretary Clinton’s personal e-mail domain, in its various configurations since 2009, was successfully hacked."
But here comes thehill.com with WikiLeaks releases third batch of Podesta emails. Go there for a Wikileaks hyperlink to the purloined emails.
When you do, look at the addresses in the emails. There certainly are a lot to or from someone at hillaryclinton.com. For example, see the one that can be read here:
From:firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Doesn't that put the lie to Comey's remark? The only way Comey's statement can be correct is with a claim that the hack wasn't by a "hostile actor." Well, Comey would know. But unfortunately, we're at a point where we need corroborating evidence before we can believe a talking bureaucrat.
Meanwhile, there having been no court case, there would be no double jeopardy involved should the case against Clinton be reopened. Will Comey do anything? Doubtful. Will the Attorney General do anything. We can probably assume "definitely not" on that one. Will Barack Obama pardon her? Now that one is a possibility.