Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton says newly-released emails show Huma Abedin sending classified information over unsecured networks and Clinton Foundation donors potentially receiving special treatment from the State Department. 

Fitton said Abedin was regularly receiving the emails - including from the then-secretary of state - over Hillary Clinton's illicit private server.


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He said the group has now uncovered more than 500 emails from Clinton that weren't previously turned over to the State Department. The group said 91 more Clinton email exchanges were found by combing Abedin's emails.

Fitton said if this conduct involved an average person, he or she would have been subject to prosecution for handling classified information in this manner.

"Losing an election ought not to be a get-out-of-jail-free card," Fitton told Tucker Carlson.

On "Fox & Friends," Judge Andrew Napolitano agreed that "justice should be done" based on the law and the evidence. 



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Napolitano said Fitton is "probably more than any person on the planet responsible for discovering the truth" when it comes to Clinton's private server.

The Fox News senior judicial analyst said he believes the emails show a pattern of Clinton Foundation donors receiving favors from the State Department. 

"That obviously is against the law and it was never even pursued aggressively by the FBI," he said.

Napolitano said the statute of limitations has not run out and the Justice Department could still pursue a case, as more evidence comes out.

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