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Three New Video Clips About Judicial Watch’s December 6 ‘First 100 Days — The Anti-Corruption Agenda’ Expert Panel

Panel to be Shot Live In-Studio – Three-Camera, Broadcast Quality Live Feed to be Available Via Satellite and at Judicial Watch Website Dear Editor/Broadcaster, In just six days – Tuesday, December 6, from 11:00 to 12:00 noon – Judicial Watch will convene a panel of top experts to discuss the incoming Trump…

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Videos: Judicial Watch December 6 ‘First 100 Days’ Expert Panel Set to Discuss ‘The Anti-Corruption Agenda’

Panel to be Shot Live In-Studio – Three-Camera, Broadcast Quality Live Feed to be Available at Judicial Watch Website Media Can Access Fiber Link from Studio   Dear Editor/Broadcaster, On Tuesday, December 6 – from 11:00 to 12:00 AM – Judicial Watch will bring together a panel of top experts to discuss the incoming…

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Judicial Watch Announces a Special Panel Presentation, ‘The First 100 Days: The Anti-Corruption Agenda’

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it will convene a special educational panel on Tuesday, December 6, from 11 a.m. until 12 noon to discuss “The First 100 Days – The Anti-Corruption Agenda.” The panel will be shot live in studio with a nationwide feed. Expert panelists will…

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Court asked to rule Clinton emails involved ‘misconduct’

From WND: The newest legal move by Judicial Watch, which was at the center of exposing the emails from the beginning, is asking a court to rule that the State Department should released withheld emails because they pertain to government “misconduct.”

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Hillary Clinton’s email woes persist after election: ‘Nothing has been settled’

From The Washington Times: Though President-elect Donald Trump has signaled that he would halt any official federal investigations into Mrs. Clinton’s activities as secretary of state, groups that have driven the issue say they will continue to press the legal cases that have forced the release of tens of thousands…

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Why Trump isn’t pursuing charges against Hillary Clinton

From the New York Post: At the second presidential debate in October, he told his rival, “If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception.” Throughout her…

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Judicial Watch Asks Federal Court to Find Government Misconduct in Clinton Email Scandal, Force Release of Documents

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has asked a federal court to reject the State Department’s secrecy claims over certain Clinton email-related document on the grounds that the documents relate to government misconduct. Judicial Watch argues the agency should release 30 emails currently being withheld under various…

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Clinton Critics Voice Disappointment After Trump Vows to Drop Investigation

From The Daily Signal: Trump’s comments to The New York Times followed an interview earlier Tuesday with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway in which she expressed a similar view. Trump said his administration would not pursue further investigation into the email server or the Clinton Foundation.

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Judicial Watch Calls for Trump Administration Investigation of Hillary Clinton

Issues Response to News Stories about Trump Not Pursuing Clinton Investigations (Washington, DC)  – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding reports that President-elect Trump decided that his administration will not pursue investigations into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal or the Clinton Foundation: Donald Trump must commit

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Video: Tom Fitton: The Justice Department is broken

From Fox Business: Nov. 22, 2016 – 4:10 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on why President-elect Donald Trump should select a special prosecutor to prosecute Hillary Clinton.

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Election is over but the Clinton emails keep coming

From McClatchy: Judicial Watch recently received 508 pages of documents, including emails, that the conservative group says shows possible conflicts of interest between Hillary Clinton’s State Department and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: Clinton Accountability Continues

Obama IRS Official Admits Cincinnati Office Targeted Groups Based on ‘Guilt by Association’ Judicial Watch Goes to Court For Records about Exchange of GTMO Prisoners for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Clinton Accountability Goes Forward   Obama IRS Official Admits Cincinnati Office Targeted Groups Based on ‘Guilt by Association’ We know now,…

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Judicial Watch: New Documents Show Clinton Conflicts of Interest

Unsigned Memo Contains ‘Private Sector Opportunities’ for Bill Clinton in Haiti  Memo from Clinton Foundation to State Department Lists nearly 200 Then-Current and Former Heads of State to be Invited to 2009 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting  (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that it has received 508 pages of documents in…

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Clintons Made Big Bucks Off Of Haiti Earthquake Disaster, Leaked Memo Suggests

From Radar Online: The unsigned memo suggests Bill should also look into “opportunities” with Tetra Pak, a Swedish firm that produces “packaging for milk that allows you not to have to refrigerate it” and another firm, Seaboard, that was “looking to expand their school milk and feeding program” to the…

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Weekly Update: Judicial Watch Changed History

Judicial Watch Changes History The State Department Is Stalling Again on Clinton Documents Judicial Watch: Supreme Court to Overturn Maryland’s Gerrymander Happy Veterans Day   Judicial Watch Changes History Donald Trump’s remarkable victory on Election Day is still sinking in.  Judicial Watch supporters can take satisfaction that the American people…

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‘Not Over’: 4 Legal Probes Hillary Clinton Still Faces

From The Daily Signal: In response to questions about prosecuting Clinton in the next administration, two Trump campaign surrogates rumored to be under consideration to be the next attorney general seemed to suggest turning the page on the matter in TV interviews Thursday.

INVESTIGATIVE BULLETIN

A Changing Investigative Landscape

Congratulations to President-elect Donald Trump. Presidents come and go, but scandal and crime are timeless. Here are three epic investigations that will reach an endgame in the new world of Trump. The Emailiad. Homeric in scope, the saga of HRC’s emails is one for the history books, with a major…

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Top House Republican says he’ll continue probe of Hillary Clinton’s private email server

From The Washington Post: While President-elect Donald Trump pledged in his victory speech to “come together as one united people,” a top House Republican said Wednesday he will continue to investigate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state.

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Clinton Losing The Election Doesn’t Mean Her Scandals Will Go Away

From The Daily Caller: Continuing Freedom of Information Act lawsuits and related litigation will keep former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the spotlight, despite her upset loss to President-Elect Donald Trump. Conservative nonprofit government watchdogs aren’t withdrawing their lawsuits just because Clinton lost the election. Many of these litigations

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The history of the ugliest race for the White House

From the New York Post: Trump’s speeches, debate pronouncements, tweets and rallies inflamed his increasingly rabid supporters and sometimes led to violence. And Clinton’s slippery evasions, e-mail scandal and circle-the-wagons approach to questions about pay-to-play involving the Clinton Foundation gave more ammunition to her critics, who wanted to “lock


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