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newly released state department email showing hillary clinton and her staff had serious concerns about the security of u. s. diplomats in libya long before the benghazi attack that killed the u. s. ambassador that among the first details in three hundred of clinton's emails released friday by the state department the first of some thirty thousand turned over from the private server she kept for official emails at her home while serving as secretary of state the party redacted email show clinton receiving detailed accounts of security risks in a chaos of libya's civil war and copied in on the search for answers after the benghazi attack , in april twenty eleven close clinton aide homer abit and forwarded her an email about specific hotels being targeted for attacks in benghazi one of several emails on the growing wrist leading up to the deaths of ambassador chris stevens and three others in the september twenty twelve attacks , as the males at the web friday clinton was on the twenty sixteen campaign trail at a brewery in new hampshire it's beginning i just would like to see it , expedited so we get more of them out , marcos ball says the released emails won't tell the whole story we don't really know what's missing about might be missing before she turned these emails over the state department she called them herself we don't know what she called she also apparently erased all the contents of the private email server so we'll never know what was on there a federal judge's order that the remaining emails be released on a rolling basis over the next several months just as hillary clinton tries to focus attention on her bid for the white house in twenty sixteen