While Hilary Clinton has turned over a mass load of e-mails while being investigated for using her private account during her stint as Secretary of State, some new information is coming to light. A week prior to Islamic militant attacks on a U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Sidney Blumenthal, a long-time family friend of Clinton, had supplied the then Secretary of State top intelligence through her private account, revealing a secret network. The e-mails “include at least a dozen detailed reports on events on the deteriorating political and security climate in Libya as well as events in other nations,” according to ProPublica and Gawker. The e-mails were first revealed in 2013 after a hacker obtain the conversations from Blumenthal’s account but have new meaning during Clinton’s investigation. They are currently being called into congressional inquiry due to the Benghazi attacks.