Hillary Server Hacker Gets Plea Bargain with FBI

Hillary Clinton’s campaign woes continue to mount ahead of the June California primary after which she is expected to unofficially clinch the Democrat nominee.

The infamous Romanian hacker known as Guccifer has reached a plea deal with the FBI in which he is expected to exchange testimony for immunity from federal prosecution.

Guccifer quickly earned notoriety for hacking email accounts of celebrities and other VIPs around the world.

Guccifer, whose real name is Marcel Lehel Lazar, was the first to expose the lack of security in Hillary’s email server when he hacked the email account of aide Sidney Blumenthal.

His testimony in the ongoing FBI investigation should yield more credibility to the argument that the server offered open access to foreign governments who had minimal skills in security hacking.

Though Hillary is still likely to receive the Democrat nomination, the specter of a recommendation by the FBI for indictment will play significant role in the lead up to November.

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