Sure, Hillary Clinton will just use the ‘I was extremely careless’ card and get away with it, but it’s still an incredibly juicy story when Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, claims he has enough evidence on hand to force an indictment.

In an interview with British journalist Afshin Rattansi for Russia Today, Assange claimed he has hacked e-mails which show the Clinton Foundation doing business behind closed doors with a company that sponsored ISIS.

He added that the FBI has enough evidence on this matter to indict, but as with the private e-mail server case, the question would be if they could find a prosecutor willing to do so.

Via BizPac Review:

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said he has enough evidence on secret deals with an alleged Islamic State sponsor for the FBI to indict Hillary Clinton.

Speaking with British journalist Afshin Rattansi for Russia Today, Assange claimed to have 350 emails on a French transnational concrete company named Le Farge that, allegedly paid ISIS to do business in regions controlled by the terror group.

The report, by left-wing British blog “The Canary,” showed the Clinton Foundation accepted, at least, $100,000 from the company.

Assange, who has stated the email leaks were not intended to directly hurt Clinton, vowed that more emails are coming and the evidence in them is strong enough for an indictment, if prosecutors have the courage to seek an indictment.

Further, the Wikileaks founder states that not only was Clinton receiving money from the ISIS-friendly company, but “she was a member of the board.”

He also outlined how the former Secretary of State “use(d) Libya as a conduit to get arms to jihadists in Syria.”

These allegations – all of them – are remarkable if true.

Assange stated it is “our view which we have already stated is if the evidence that the FBI has is enough for a grand jury to indict already.”

“But a prosecutor has to ask a grand jury to indict,” he added. “And if a prosecutor doesn’t ask, a grand jury won’t indict.”

Watch the fascinating video below …