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From the The Wall Street Journal: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on his new book, “Clean House,” and why government needs private oversight.

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Documents appear to implicate State Dept. in cover-up on Clinton emails

From The World Tribune: The State Department documents were obtained by Judicial Watch under court order in a March 2016 FOIA lawsuit against the agency for all records “about the processing of a December 2012 FOIA request filed by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington [CREW]” (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department…

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Judicial Watch: New State Department Documents Reveal Top Agency Officials Raised Questions about Clinton Emails in Early August 2013

‘Finally, John, you mentioned yesterday requests for Secretary Clinton’s emails; may I get copies.’ – Margaret Grafeld, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Global Information Services to John Hackett, Deputy Director, Office of Information Programs and Services, August 7, 2013  Documents Reveal that in Early August 2013, State had 17 Freedom of Information…

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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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State ignored 17 FOIA requests for Clinton’s emails before 2014

From the Washington Examiner: Newly disclosed correspondence between State Department officials in 2013 suggest the agency was aware of 17 Freedom of Information Act requests for Hillary Clinton’s emails more than a year before asking the former secretary of state to hand over records from her server.

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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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Report: Top Dem Lawmaker Sought Charges Against Conservatives Targeted By IRS

From The Daily Caller: Judicial Watch, a Washington-based watchdog group, released 72 emails Wednesday indicating that Democratic Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse pushed the Department of Justice and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to prosecute Tea Party groups that made false statements to the agency in the past. Whitehouse wanted to…

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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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