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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.

PRESS RELEASE

Clinton Email Update: Judicial Watch Releases Former State Department IT Official Bryan Pagliano Deposition Testimony

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released the deposition transcript of former State Department IT political appointee Bryan Pagliano, who repeatedly invoked his Fifth Amendment right to not answer questions. Pagliano was the Clinton State Department IT official who reportedly provided support for the Clinton email system. The deposition transcript…

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Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court’s Ruling on Obama Administration’s Executive Amnesty

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding the today’s 4-4 deadlock decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that has the effect of continuing the halt of Obama administration’s executive amnesty program known as the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents…

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Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court Decision Approving Race-Based Admission Policies

Dissent Quotes Judicial Watch/Allied Educational Foundation Brief (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding today’s 4-3 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that allows the continued practice of giving applicants admission preferences, based upon race and ethnicity, to the University of Texas at Austin…

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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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