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Crack Dealer Freed Early Under Obama Plan Murders Woman, 2 Kids

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Clinton deleted at least 2,800 work-related emails

From the Washington Examiner: Of the 15,000 emails collected by the FBI, 9,400 were deemed personal in nature and will be withheld by the government. Up to 50 percent of the remaining 5,600 emails could be duplicates of documents already made public by the agency, leaving at least 2,800 official…

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Videos: Judicial Watch Clinton Email/Foundation Expert Panel to Help Unravel “Complicated Mess of a Scandal”

September 29 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 Thursday, September 29 – from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM – Judicial Watch will bring together a panel…

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Judicial Watch Announces a Special Panel Presentation: ‘Clinton Scandal Update – Emails and the Clinton Foundation’

Panel to be Covered In-Studio with Three-Camera, HD Shoot Live Feed to be Available at Judicial Watch Website Media to be Provided Fiber Link from Studio Location revision due to capacity issues. (Washington, DC) – In response to the revelations about the pay-to-play scandal tied to former Secretary of State…

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House panel approves contempt resolution against Clinton aide

From the Washington Post: Pagliano failed to attend a related hearing on Sept. 13 to answer questions about Clinton’s record-keeping, noting he previously invoked his constitutional right against self-incrimination when asked about the same topic by the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

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Judicial Watch: Court Hearing Friday, September 23, in FBI Clinton Email Records Case – State Department Ordered to Disclose “Deleted” Clinton Records Processed for Production

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announces that a hearing will be held in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Friday, September 23, 2016, regarding Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit before Judge James E. Boasberg seeking all of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s…

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Weekly Update: IRS Scandal Gets Worse

Democratic Senator Sought DOJ and IRS Prosecutions of Conservatives Days Before 9/11 DHS Secretary Says Islam is Religion of Peace, ISIS Isn’t Islamic Top State Officials Raised Questions about Clinton Emails Three Years Ago It’s Official! Clean House is New York Times Bestseller!   Democratic Senator Sought DOJ and IRS…

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Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton’s Clean House Debuts at #11 on New York Times Hardcover Non-Fiction List

On the Stands Just Two Weeks, Clean House is Also #18 on the Times “Combined Book and E-Book Bestsellers,” #4 on the Publishers Weekly Hardcover Non-Fiction List, and #1 on Amazon’s Politics and Government List  (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that President Tom Fitton’s new book, Clean House:…

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Video: Clintons pay-to-play allegations grow

From Fox Business: Michael Bekesha, Judicial Watch attorney, discusses allegations against Hillary Clinton and a pay-to-play scandal at the Clinton Foundation.

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Judicial Watch: State Dept. Had 17 FOIA Requests for Hillary in 2013

From Newsmax: According to documents obtained and released by Judicial Watch, Clinton’s emails were a hot-ticket item two years before it was made public that the former secretary of state used a private email address and server. Four of the 17 FOIA requests sought Clinton’s emails.

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Congress livid as Hillary’s IT man crosses ‘red line’

From WND: Meadows said discussions among House members were under way “right now” to come up with an effective response to the shocking no-show by the man who reportedly was given immunity by the FBI during its investigation into Clinton’s use of a personal email server to conduct official business…

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Clinton gets two more weeks to respond to email questions under oath

“Last week, Hillary Clinton requested from Judicial Watch two additional weeks to respond because of the unavailability of counsel and the press of campaign business, among other reasons,” the organization said in a release, which noted that Clinton’s answers were due under oath by Sept. 29.

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Clinton granted two more weeks to respond to email questions in court case

From The Hill: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has been granted a two-week extension to respond to a series of written questions about her use of a personal email server while secretary of State as part of a court case probing whether the system thwarted open records law.

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Judicial Watch Deposition Testimony of Former State IT Official John Bentel in Clinton Email Lawsuit

Hillary Clinton Seeks Two Additional Weeks to Respond to Email Questions (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that it has scheduled the deposition of John Bentel, the State Department’s former Director of Information Resource Management of the Executive Secretariat (“S/ES-IRM”), the office that handles information technology for the Office…

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OOPS: CLINTON’S E-MAIL TECHNICIAN JUST SKIPPED HIS CONGRESSIONAL HEARING

From Vanity Fair: Pagliano, for his part, hadn’t planned on showing up. In a statement delivered the day beforethe hearing, Pagliano’s lawyers notified the committee that he would not testify, arguing that their client had already testified before another Republican-led committee, and calling the hearing “a transparent effort to publicly…

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Staffer Who Set Up Clinton’s Private Server Refuses to Testify to Congress

From The Washington Free Beacon: Chaffetz issued subpoenas to two other individuals from the technology firm that helped manage Clinton’s private server. Paul Combetta and Bill Thornton of Platte River Networks both used their Fifth Amendment right when they appeared to testify Tuesday morning.

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Immunity Not a Guarantee Says Judicial Watch on DOJ’s Odd Deal With Hillary Email Deleter

From Legal Insurrection: “Why would the DOJ give immunity to someone who arguably obstructed investigation?” asks Judicial Watch president, Tom Fitton, responding to reports that the Department of Justice granted immunity to the computer expert responsible for deleting Hillary’s emails.

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Former Clinton email tech aide won’t testify at congressional hearing Tuesday

From The Washington Post: Pagliano’s lawyers have said that he fully cooperated with the Justice Department investigation under a grant of limited immunity. Pagliano invoked his Fifth Amendment right more than 125 times in a June 6 deposition before lawyers with the conservative group Judicial Watch in a civil public…

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Indict IRS Commissioner Koskinen

From Newsmax: These Republican leaders’ reasons are cumulatively unpersuasive. Resuscitating the impeachment power would contribute to revitalizing Congress’ Article I powers. Impeachments are rare – no appointed official of the executive branch has been impeached in 140 years. But what James Madison called the “indispensable” power to

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Video: Judicial Watch president on reports of a DOJ immunity deal

From Fox Business: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on a report the DOJ could give immunity to a computer expert who deleted Hillary Clinton’s emails.

WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: Clinton Benghazi Emails

A Cat and Mouse Game with State Over Clinton-Deleted Emails Top Clinton Foundation Executive Sought Diplomatic Passport U.S. Spends Another $10 Mil to Register New Immigrant Voters Clean House Is National Best Seller   A Cat and Mouse Game with State Over Clinton-Deleted Emails This week the State Department released…


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