The court ordered the U.S. Department of state to disclose nearly 15 thousand letters Clinton

The U.S. Supreme court on Monday ordered the U.S. Department of state to publish 14 thousand 900 new letters and documents of the candidate in US presidents from Democrats Hillary Clinton, according to Reuters.

The documents are part of the data that was able to detect the FBI. As the Agency notes these letters were not passed on to the authorities since Clinton left as Secretary of state, although the candidate claimed to have transferred all work correspondence.

According to the court decision, the state Department may issue a new correspondence Clinton until September 22. At the meeting on 23 September will be determined by the timing of the publication of new documents for mail mail order, if such are found during the inspection.

Earlier it became known that the FBI found 14 thousand 900 emails and documents former Secretary of state. As noted by the newspaper The Washington Post found letters and documents are not present among the rest, which plans to publish the state Department in the fall.

The scandal around the use of Clinton’s personal box for the purpose of business correspondence as Secretary of state began in March of 2015. Then the American authorities became aware that, as Secretary of state from 2009 to 2013, Clinton was in correspondence not with a government email, as required by U.S. law, and personal. She told investigators from the FBI that the use of personal email for business correspondence, she advised former U.S. Secretary of state Colin Powell.