By JUSTIN FISHEL
ABC News Go
Jul 22, 2016, 5:02 PM EST
If you're like most Americans, you might think we'd seen the last of Hillary Clinton's email messages when the State Department said in February that it had made them all public.
Turns out there's many more.
Originally, Clinton said she turned over 55,000 pages of work-related emails to the State Department that she'd accumulated during her time as secretary of state and deleted 30,000 personal ones.
But when FBI Director James Comey announced earlier this month that no criminal charges would be brought against her, he also revealed that his investigators had recovered many of the missing emails, some of which were work-related, not personal.
And because the State Department is the rightful owner of Clinton's work-related emails, the FBI has started returning them to the State Department.
State Department spokesman Elizabeth Trudeau said the FBI turned over an "initial set" of those documents on Thursday.
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