As the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch continues to turn up previously unseen documents, Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin seems to rival Clinton herself in her “extremely careless” handling of classified documents and other sensitive materials.

As Twitchy reported, a 2015 dump of emails showed that Abedin, for example, had let slip the specifics of hotel arrangements for Clinton in Vietnam, detailing the location of the suggested suite (shown in an attachment) along with security features of the hotel.

In another email exchange, Abedin let another aide know that Clinton’s schedule had been left on a bed in an unlocked hotel room and was there for the taking.

In the most recently released batch of emails, Abedin revealed that she’d left a bunch of “burn stuff” in the front seat of her car, reports Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller.

In an email with the subject line “Favor,” Abedin told Clinton’s personal assistant that there was “a bunch of burn stuff in the pocket of my front seat” and asked if she could put it in the trunk for her. Specifics in the email exchange suggest she was in India at the time.

Speaking of burn bags, in a deposition this spring, Abedin testified that Clinton had destroyed “at least some of her schedules” as secretary of state.

Abedin certainly did have a lot of access in the State Department, to the point where she was apparently able to log into and send messages from Clinton’s non-secure [email protected] account, the one run through her non-secure home-brew server. “Hey its huma, She can’t talk right now,” began one such email sent in 2010 and uncovered this month.