The State Department on Tuesday made public 3,000 pages of emails from Hillary Rodham Clinton during her tenure as secretary of state - including one message in which she seeks to “emphasize LGBT human rights” in Iraq after reports of anti-LGBT human rights violations in the country, the Washington Blade reports.
Clinton, who’s now pursing the Democratic nomination for president in 2016, expressed the view in response to a 2009 Voice of America report forwarded to her by adviser Cheryl Mills on the alleged murder and torture of gay Iraqi men, many of whom reportedly said they were more secure under the regime of Saddam Hussein. 
Clinton responded 11 minutes after Mills sent her the article. 
"So sad and terrible,” Clinton writes. “We should ask Chris Hill to raise this w govt. If we ever get Posner confirmed we should emphasize LGBT human rights.” 

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