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Democratic Senator Sought Justice Department and IRS Criminal Prosecutions of Conservatives in 2013

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 72 pages of Department of Justice documents revealing email conversations between Department of Justice officials and the staff of Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) regarding the criminal prosecution of Tea Party groups for alleged violation of IRS rules. The conversations were in preparation for…

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Video: Will anything come of the Clinton email scandal?

From Fox News: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “The O’Reilly Factor” on the Fox News Channel to discuss recent developments in Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, including today’s Congressional Oversight  hearing seeking explanations for “redactions, omissions, and classifications in the criminal investigative file of former Secretary of State

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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.

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The Trump Blitz On Clinton Begins – And It’s Starting To Work

From The Wall Street Journal: Think of it as the moment when Donald Trump truly learned to throw a (campaign) punch. It came about three weeks ago, amid the latest swirl of stories on the Clintons’ ethics. Hillary Clinton had recently blamed her private email server on Colin Powell. Judicial…

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Blue State Blues: President Obama Will Have to Pardon Hillary Clinton

From Breitbart: It could come in new congressional investigations; or more documents from Judicial Watch lawsuits; or more Wikileaks emails. Regardless, it will continue until, and probably beyond, Election Day.

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Oversight Panel Hammers State Department’s Clinton Email Release Delay

From The Daily Caller: It’s “physically impossible” for State Department officials to release Clinton emails that have already been made public before November’s election, Patrick Kennedy, Under Secretary for Management at the State Department, told members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (HOGR) in a Thursday hearing on compliance…

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Judicial Watch Files Freedom of Information Act Lawsuit Seeking Documents Cited in OIG Report

‘[O]ne email exchange occurring shortly before Secretary Clinton joined the Department [of State] that demonstrated a reluctance to communicate the requirement [of printing and filing email records] to incoming staff.’ – Office of Inspector General Report (Washington DC)—Judicial Watch announced today that it has filed a Freedom of Information Act…


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