A sensational Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today says that President Putin has ended the “war of words” between Director of the Federal Security Service (FSB) Alexander Bortnikov and Chairwoman of the Council of Federation Valentina Matviyenko over issues relating to top secret and confidential emails obtained from, and relating to, former US Secretary of State, and current presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton by ordering their release to the public—and has further ordered that all state ministries should now be acting in “full defense” of American billionaire Donald Trump. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, and as we had reported on in our 6 May report Kremlin War Erupts Over Release Of Top Secret Hillary Clinton Emails, an intense Security Council argument had erupted this past year over the correct disposition of Hillary Clinton emails—with FSB Director Bortnikov advocating their being kept secret in order to in the future blackmail Hillary Clinton should she become the US president, but, Chairwoman Matviyenko arguing they should be released to the public to ensure the election of Donald Trump.
The tens-of-thousands of Hillary Clinton emails possessed by the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), it should be remembered, were first able to be obtained, in 2011, when SVR computer intelligence experts discovered that a Romanian computer hacker named Marcel Lazăr Lehel (aka Guccifer) was attempting to break into the computer system of the Federation funded RT television network.
By the SVR’s monitoring of Guccifer they were able to discover that he had penetrated the “weak/lax” security of a private home email computer server Hillary Clinton had set up in her home to evade US laws relating to the use and possession of top secret and confidential electronically transferred documents.
Once having penetrated Hillary Clinton’s private computer server and obtaining all of her emails, the SVR was then able to “penetrate/discover” access “codes/secret directions” to other US government and related computer servers—including the system belonging to Clinton’s Democratic Party.
Enraging FSB Director Bortnikov, though, Chairwoman Matviyenko authorized the SVR to leak one of Hillary Clinton’s emails in the belief it would force her out of office—and that RT reported on in their 20 March 2013 article titled Hillary Clinton’s ‘hacked’ Benghazi emails: FULL RELEASE.