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What lies ahead for Clinton on email investigations?

From McClatchy: Lawmakers have asked the Department of Justice to look into whether Clinton committed perjury, but it’s highly unlikely it will conduct another examination after deciding against criminal charges. A newly reopened State Department inquiry may unfold secretly. And no bombshells are expected from the pending lawsuits over Clinton’s use…

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FBI to start handing over deleted Clinton emails to State on Friday

From Washington Examiner: The case, which was brought by conservative watchdog Judicial Watch, has already forced six of Clinton’s top aides to submit for depositions. “No one has been able to testify under oath about why the system was created,” argued Michael Bekesha, a Judicial Watch attorney, about why a…

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Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Amici Curiae in Support of North Carolina Election Integrity Law in Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

‘[T]he District Court carefully examined the pertinent questions … in its determination that the changes to North Carolina’s voting laws … do not cause racial minorities to be deprived of the opportunity to participate equally in the political process.’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it has joined with…

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Decision on Clinton email deposition expected soon

From The Hill: Over two and a half hours of oral arguments, Sullivan repeatedly cautioned counsel for both sides not to “read into” the tenor of his questions. At one point, he probed both on a scenario in which he might not order Clinton to testify under oath, but instead…

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FBI 2013 probe of Orlando shooter: We ‘don’t believe he will go postal’

From the Palm Beach Post: An FBI agent informed the sheriff’s office in late 2013 that the bureau believed Mateen’s braggadocio about ties to terrorists were a “form of tit for tat — who is the biggest and baddest — rhetoric,” according to emails released by government officials to the…

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Clinton preserves option to stall deposition

From Politico: Kendall “is preserving that position for ultimately raising it on appeal, if necessary….It’s safe lawyering,” said Dan Metcalfe, former co-director of the Justice Department’s Office of Information and Privacy, now with American University’s law school. “It’s a wise thing to do, but one could infer

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Clinton lawyers: State Dept. ‘cluelessness’ is no reason to depose her in email suit

From The Washington Post: U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan of Washington said he would rule as soon as possible after a two-hour hearing, in which Clinton’s personal lawyers, led by David E. Kendall, joined State and Justice department attorneys in asking the court to deny a request by the…

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FBI to Deliver Deleted Clinton Emails to State Department

From Newsmax: The attorneys said the format of the emails took time. Some of them were deleted from the multiple servers Clinton used during her tenure as secretary of state. The comments were made during a hearing on whether Clinton should submit for a deposition in a Freedom of Information…

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Judge to Decide On Possible Clinton Deposition, Considering Written Questions Instead

From LawNewz: More than once, Sullivan brought up the possibility of having Clinton answer interrogatories or written questions, instead of having a deposition. The judge asked Clinton’s attorney David Kendall, who appeared in court for the first time in this case, how long it would take for the former Secretary of…

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FBI Labeled Orlando Gunman ‘Not a Terrorist’ Three Years Before Attack

From The Washington Free Beacon: FBI investigator Rand Glass notified St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Department Major Michael Graves in September 2013 that the agency did not believe Mateen posed a security threat, according to documents released by Judicial Watch on Monday. “Rand told me, ‘We do NOT believe he is a terrorist,’”…


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