Judicial Watch, the conservative watchdog group responsible for exposing thousands of emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email server, released 1,184 pages of State Department records on Wednesday.

The records also included 29 previously undisclosed emails from Hillary Clinton’s unsecured, private email server.

The issue of discussing Hillary Clinton’s emails well after she lost the election is up for debate. Many have argued that everyone needs to move on and focus on who is actually in the White House today.

That is a fair point to some degree, but Judicial Watch has made it clear they will not stop until they have viewed all of the records, documents, and emails that Clinton turned over to the State Department.

In their latest findings, Judicial Watch reported that there were several messages containing classified information that were sent on the unsecured email server.

One notable email exchange really stands out from February 23, 2010, where Capricia Marshall, then chief of protocol for the State Department under Hillary Clinton, emailed Huma Abedin, Doug Band, and Cheryl Mills to discuss the Clintons’ funeral arrangements.
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“Planning is necessary and best done when they are still with us,” Marshall wrote to Abedin.

There were also a handful of emails where classified information was discussed and shared.

In an email from February of 2010 with Jake Sullivan, then-deputy chief of staff to Hillary Clinton, he was discussing the details surrounding “former GTMO [Guantanamo Bay] detainee Binyam Mohamed.”

In another email from April of 2010 containing classified information, Hillary Clinton and Sidney Blumenthal exchanged details surrounding changing the government in the Kyrgyz Republic.

There are also emails showing that team Clinton failed to set up a phone call between Hillary Clinton and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton reaffirmed Wednesday in a statement the need to make all of these records and emails public.

“These emails are yet more evidence of Hillary Clinton’s casual and repeated violations of laws relating to the handling of classified information,” he said. “The Justice Department should finally begin an independent investigation into the Clinton email matter.”

Whether you want the Clinton probe to continue or not, it appears we will never get a break from her emails.