These documents are from a cache of emails between Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa and his propaganda teams in Quito, New York, and Washington between the summer of 2013 and spring of 2014.
They were original sources for “Secret emails reveal Ecuador’s high-level campaign to win U.S. hearts and minds,” February 9, 2016.
The following links provide direct access to the documents along with introductory or contextual material. Most of the original documents are in Spanish.
On opening a dialogue with younger celebrities, March 30, 2014
Correa team discusses recruiting older celebrities, October 15, 2013
Ecuador leadership on Assange, Iran, Congressman Salmon, November 20, 2013
Talking points for Correa visit to US universities, April 2014
Sid Blumenthal, the Clinton confidant involved in the private email scandal, sent highly sensitive emails to the secretary of state on her private server at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Romanian hacker calling himself “Guccifer” broke into Blumenthal’s AOL account and stole the emails. Many of the documents contained private intelligence generated by a former senior CIA clandestine services officer, Tyler Drumheller. Drumheller died later in 2015.
Guccifer’s real name is Marcel Lehel Lazar. Romanian authorities arrested him in 2013. The U.S. indicted Guccifer in 2015. Read indictment here: guccifer-indictment1
I wrote about the hacking in Investor’s Business Daily in an article published April 7, 2015, and Fox News on April 8, 2015, using the hacked documents that were ultimately posted on Cryptome. (The links are subscriber-only.)
The Guccifer documents from Blumenthal are here: guccifer-drumheller-blumenthal-memos
The Clinton emails that the State Department released can be found at ReadHillarysEmail.com.