A 189-page summary of interviews conducted in the year-long investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private server shed new light on the shifting stories Clinton’s aides told agents. The report, which was made public Friday evening, came on the heels of House Republicans’ revelation that three additional witnesses had received immunity agreements from the Justice Department, bringing the total number of witnesses who were shielded from prosecution to five. Here are 27 new details that emerged from the latest FBI documents. Someone was messing with FOIA After the public learned of Clinton’s private email use, Congress and watchdog groups began demanding the release of emails. The House Select Committee on Benghazi had already requested records related to the 2012 terror attack, and Freedom of Information Act cases that had been closed improperly began to come back to life.
27 things we learned from Clinton’s FBI files