LONDON (News Desk) –  Globally known whistle-blower and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has warned presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that he will publish more information about her unsecured email scandal.

He said that the information could easily be used by the government to indict Clinton, but was skeptical if the FBI would ever actually pursue this course of action.

In an interview with ITV, Assange predicted this year to be a very big year for Wikileaks, adding that the still had hundreds of emails related to Hillary Clinton which it had yet to make public.

“The contents of those emails will confirm that Clinton dismissed the reluctance of Pentagon officials to overthrow Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, while they had also predicted the possible outcome of the war in Libya, that we are witnessing today,” he said while speaking via video link from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

However, responding to a question, the Wikileaks founder said that there is very little chance the US government will move to indict Hillary Clinton, specially under the current Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

He went on to say that though she would not be indicted by the FBI, the bureau would probably seek concessions from the new Clinton government for the favor.

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unsecured usage of her private email account came to light in 2013, when a hacker named Guccifer broke into her email account through one of her aides, and leaked her emails.

Later, on the directions of Supreme Court, several thousand emails communicated from Hillary Clinton’s private email account were released to the public, while over 32,000 were leaked by Wikileaks.