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Opinion Journal: Hillary’s IT Expert Pleads the Fifth

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on why another Clinton aide won’t answer questions about the former Secretary of State’s private email server. Photo credit: Getty Images.

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Clinton Email Scandal: Latest Batch Exposes Two Big New Problems For Hillary

From Investor’s Business Daily: Meanwhile, other emails show that not only did Clinton’s unsecured private email system risk exposing sensitive and at times highly classified information to outsiders, it forced the State Department to compromise its own security to accommodate her. The new batch of emails was uncovered by Judicial Watch,…

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CLINTON FAILED TO HAND OVER KEY EMAIL TO STATE DEPARTMENT

From the Associated Press: The November 2010 email was among documents released under court order Wednesday to the conservative legal advocacy group Judicial Watch, which has sued the State Department over access to public records related to the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s service as the nation’s top diplomat between 2009…

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State Department Disabled Security Features Blocking Clinton’s Private Email

From ABC News: The previously unseen emails were released under court order to the conservative legal advocacy group, Judicial Watch, after it sued the State Department for access. The emails had been referenced in last month’s report by the State Department’s inspector general, which concluded Clinton’s use of private email…

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Clinton’s server technician declines to answer court-ordered questions

From Reuters: Sullivan is overseeing a lawsuit by Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group suing the State Department. It is one of scores of such lawsuits filed by individuals and groups who were incorrectly told by the government that Clinton had no emails before the arrangement became publicly known in…

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Clinton IT aide answered zero questions in deposition

From The Hill: “On advice of counsel, I will decline to answer your question in reliance on my rights under the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution,” he said on 130 occasions, according to a transcript released by conservative organization Judicial Watch on Thursday.

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Clinton IT aide repeatedly pleads the Fifth

From The Washington Examiner: Pagliano’s deposition Wednesday was one of seven to be taken in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by conservative watchdog Judicial Watch over personnel records from Clinton’s tenure. The IT aide’s attorneys instructed Pagliano not to answer the most basic questions posed by Judicial Watch…

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AP: Entire State Dept. Email Security Compromised Under Clinton

From the Associated Press: The emails were released under court order to the conservative legal advocacy group Judicial Watch on Wednesday. The group has sued the State Department over access to public records related to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s time at the department between 2009 and 2013.

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Hillary’s secret server aide invokes Fifth Amendment ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE times as he is questioned – and won’t even discuss his resume

From Daily Mail: Pagliano wouldn’t even answer questions about his resume as he gave court-ordered testimony on Wednesday in the case, brought by conservative non-profit Judicial Watch, the group said. The lawsuit seeks to determine whether Clinton and her aides intentionally set up the system to keep their communications outside…

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Judicial Watch gets no answers from Clinton IT specialist

From Fox: Senior attorney reacts to Bryan Pagliano invoking the Fifth more than 125 times during deposition

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Clinton’s Server Tech Bryan Pagliano Takes the Fifth… 125 Times

From Breitbart: Evidently Democrats do think there should be lists of dissident Americans who aren’t allowed to bring Freedom of Information Act cases because they have anti-regime political agendas, because CNN reports “Pagliano’s attorneys have said their client is ‘caught up in a lawsuit with an undisputed political agenda,’ and that he…

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Supreme Court upholds affirmative action program at Texas college

From The Hill: “It means that universities can continue to make diversity and inclusion central goals of their admissions processes, and means our college campuses will continue to be places where young adults of all backgrounds can learn from each other,” Clinton said in a statement. The justices appeared closely…

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Clinton IT aide who set up email server asserts 5th Amendment in civil deposition

From The Washington Post: A former State Department staffer who helped set up Hillary Clinton’s private email server formally asserted his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and declined to answer questions in a deposition Wednesday before lawyers with the conservative legal advocacy group Judicial Watch.

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Were Clinton’s email security features disabled?

Judicial Watch director of research Chris Farrell and cybersecurity analyst Morgan Wright discuss the latest on the Hillary Clinton email scandal.

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Top Homeland Security Officials Under Fire for Personal Email Use

Newly released Homeland Security Department documents detail how Secretary Jeh Johnson and 28 other officials defied a security precaution against using Web-based personal email accounts at the office, the conservative legal group Judicial Watch announced on Friday.

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FBI under fire over Orlando

The FBI is facing new scrutiny after it failed to prevent the weekend terrorist attack in Orlando despite conducting a fairly extensive investigation into the shooter.

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EXCLUSIVE: Cryptic NY Filing Revealed Clinton Foundation Foreign Donations

Criticism of the the latest revelation concerning Clinton Foundation tax returns came from across the political spectrum.

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Opinion Journal: Clinton Emails Discussed Drone Strikes

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the latest developments in the Hillary Clinton private server investigation.

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Impact Segment: Fresh Trouble for Hillary Clinton

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the O’Reilly Factor to discuss the latest developments in former Secretary of Stat Hillary Clinton’s private email use.

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How Clinton Donor Got on Sensitive Intelligence Board

A Trump University seminar presentation advised students to try to boost their credit card limit by inflating their annual income by $75,000, according to documents made public in federal court this week. The instruction, legal experts said, could amount to a lesson in bank fraud.